Expand Your Engagement: Creating an Innovative Curricular Approach [Webinar Recording]

Webinar: Expand Your Engagement: Creating an Innovative Curricular ApproachThis free webinar series, hosted by Roompact in collaboration with the University of South Florida Department of Residential Education, was designed for scholar-practitioners to explore, analyze, and evaluate innovative engagement practices to enhance student success and academic excellence. This four-week series has intentionally scaffolded learning to allow subject matter experts to share strategies, techniques, and best practices. Join us as we share tools utilized at the University of South Florida and leverage tangible takeaways to implement at your institution. Learn more about this entire series…

Interested in learning how to expand your engagement to support student success and academic excellence in your residential communities? Roompact and the University of South Florida’s Residential Education team invites you to explore the development of a curriculum that is engaging and adaptable to meet the ever-changing needs in higher education. COVID-19 raised new challenges for engaging with students in a virtual world. In this webinar USF’s Residential Education team will highlight the implementation of their Residential Curriculum through their online world called “Bulls in the Cloud.” Insights and best practices shared by Roompact will ensure your success as a scholar practitioner. Whether considering a curricular approach, a blended student learning engagement model or the development of digital connections with students, this is a webinar you do not want to miss!

Learning Outcomes

  1. Identify strategies to support and strengthen residential engagement to support student success.

  2. Cultivate and manage internal and external partnerships to enhance residential curricular and programmatic models.

  3. Examine digital student engagement models and how to successfully integrate them within your residential communities.

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