Using Backwards Planning to Scaffold Experiential Learning Online

Charlie Chung, NovoEd and Aya Sakaguchi, Novoed
This webinar took place on October 5, 2016

You may be familiar with experiential, or project-based learning, but how can this be done online? They key is to design an appropriate scaffolding to build up to the appropriate skills. This requires utilizing a backwards design approach to create and sequence the learning experiences. This free webinar will show you how to use backwards design to create the scaffolding you need to build an online experiential learning experience. By attending this webinar, you will learn: 

  1. How to use backwards design to break down skills into modules 
  2. How to sequence those modules to create an effective scaffolding
  3. To be familiar with several example case studies of effective backwards design
Charlie Chung is on the Instructional Programs team at NovoEd, and is passionate about applying new pedagogies to online learning environments. He brings a background in management consulting and enterprise software and holds an MBA from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan.
Aya Sakaguchi is Customer Success Manager at NovoEd. She received her BA from Bowdoin College and EdM from Harvard University. Previously, she was at YouTube/Google as a Partner Operations Coordinator and taught English at Universit√© Blaise Pascal.
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