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Let’s Hangout – Successful Student Study Groups – Snacks Optional

Your Name and Title:  

Candy R. Mowen, MS Ed., MBA, CFD
Faculty, General Education- Mathematics Department
Course Lead MM255



School or Organization Name:    Purdue University Global

Co-Presenter Name(s):

Area of the World from Which You Will Present:  Greencastle, PA  U.S. A.

Language in Which You Will Present:  English

Target Audience(s): Faculty Members of Higher Education and Students

Short Session Description (one line): Study groups can be an asset that provides support and allow students to share skills, knowledge, while making learning more fun.  

Full Session Description (as long as you would like): 

This presentation explores how to introduce forming student-led study groups online to enhance learning in the classroom.  Study groups can be an asset that provides support and allow students to share skills, knowledge, while making learning more fun.  Using Google Hangout, Chat, Skype, or GoToMeet, students take point in scheduling meetings and leading the study sessions.  Helping students see how reaching out, connecting with each other, will help with their growing success in the online classroom.

 

The outcomes of this presentation will help in connecting globally by providing suggestions on creating a highly social learning environment.  You will learn new ways to approach subject matter and hold group members accountable for the growing success of the students. Finally, reaching out to students by providing a support system that gives and receives motivations and support from fellow students in the group.

 



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Dear Candy,

Thank you very much for your conference proposal submission. Every proposal needs to relate to some aspect of our global mission. The Global Education Conference is not solely focused on general education topics.

Please review our mission: https://www.globaleducationconference.org/page/our-mission and then revise your proposal. Let me know when your proposal is ready for me to review again, and I'll take a look!

Lucy Gray

Conference Co-Chair

lucy@globaledevents.com

Hi Lucy,

I am ready for you to take a look at a new proposal.

Thanks,


Candy

Candy - 

I just found your proposal in the Introductions category here in our discussion forum and thought perhaps you had posted it there accidentally while submitting your proposal. I see know that I accepted this awhile ago, and it should have been in our accepted proposals category. This is where I put accepted sessions upon acceptance. Anyway, long story, I'm guessing you might have edited your proposal which bounces it out of the accepted category into the introduction category. I'm moving it to its properly place! Ignore my previous comment which I just deleted! Thanks.

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