SRAS is pleased to take part in this years virtual edition of the ASEEES conference. While we will miss greatly the opportunity to meet with our colleagues in person, we believe this will be a great opportunity to test and develop what could be an even better hybrid conference in coming years.
Extending the Classroom: Online Experiences and Faculty-Led Programs
Join us at ASEEES on Sunday, November 8, 12:00-1:30pm EST for a discussion about successful integration of remote – online and travel-based – experiences into the classroom. We will be joined by faculty who can speak to what worked well, what they (and we) learned in the process, possibilities going forward, and really what we expect/hope in part will be a collaborative brainstorming session on how to take advantage of the many opportunities presented online or through travel.
- Tanya Ivanova-Sullivan, Associate Professor of Russian, University of New Mexico – “The Impact of Peer Tutoring on Student Confidence and Motivation”
- Carol Ueland, Professor of Russian, Drew University – “Using Visual Culture to Explore Russian National Identity”
- Olga & Brett Cooke, Professors of Russian, Texas A&M University – “Russia as a Classroom: Access to the Performing Arts”
- Yvonne Howell, Professor of Russian and Global Studies, University of Richmond – “Eyes Wide Open: Encouraging Self-Efficacy In Study Abroad Students”
- Roza Starodubtseva, Lecturer of Russian, University of North Carolina Wilmington – “Diversity and Collaboration in Faculty-Led Programming”
- Marina Alexandrova, Senior Lecturer, University of Texas at Austin
To join this roundtable you should be registered for the ASEEES conference.
Contact us at any time to start the conversation about how to integrated virtual experiences and travel into your classroom.