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The New Normal: HyFlex Models for Student Engagement

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Aug 26, 2021 01:30 PM

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Dr. Enoch Hale
Center for Teaching & Learning and Academic Technology @Humboldt State University
Dr. Hale is the Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning and Academic Technology at Humboldt State University. He has 18 years of teaching experience of which 12 of those years are in higher education. His research focuses on faculty development, teaching, learning, and technology in higher ed, and embedding critical thinking into curriculum, instruction, and classroom culture.
Dr. Jean Bailey
Assistant Dean for Faculty Development @Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
Dr. Bailey holds a Ph.D. in Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education and a MA in College and University Administration from Michigan State University. She has experience serving as an adjunct and full-time faculty member, in dean-level positions including chief academic officer at the community college level, and as director and associate dean responsible for faculty development at two medical schools. Her research interests include teaching and learning, faculty and gender roles in higher education, reflection and mindfulness, and work/life navigation.
Edmund Breitling - Moderator
Higher Education Partnerships, @Class
Edmund Breitling was a founding employee at Class, brought on to jump-start higher education partnerships. Edmund has worked in higher education his whole career, including at small state schools, private schools, an international school, a for-profit school, and a higher education association. After having positions in enrollment management and as a Regional Director of Operations, he is most excited about his new role, where he can showcase the positive impact Class will make on student engagement in nearly every form of online education. When he’s not working with his team or higher education partners, Edmund can be found with his backpack looking for the next highest mountain.