The COVID-19 pandemic is rapidly changing the way students are learning around the world, especially at colleges and universities in the U.S. The goal is to foster positive discourse and an exchange of viewpoints on the issues, benefits, and future of online learning at American colleges and universities.
Our 90-minute panel discussion will be moderated by Elizabeth Leiba, published writer, professor, instructional designer, and co-host for The EdUp Experience Podcast. The event will include the following panelists:
Our 90-minute panel discussion will be moderated by Dr. Tina Marshall-Bradley, academic coordinator for Walden’s MS in Education program, and include the following panelists:
We are pleased to invite you to watch the first of Walden University’s Talks for Good – virtual panel discussions that focus on Equity in Education that took place on May 28th. This first in our series of Talks for Good will focus on “A Historical Perspective on Equity in Education.”
The Covid pandemic has elevated awareness of educational inequity in school districts across the country. During this Talk for Good, our guest panel discussed the factors that contributed to the current educational landscape and how the pandemic has pulled back the curtain on the dramatic challenges facing minority and underserved students.
This event is moderated by Mikel Brand Oliver, owner and principal consultant of Mpact Consultancy LLC and a former educator.
The panelists include:
You will walk away from this experience with a new perspective on equity in education and feel inspired to take action in your own schools and communities.