Robyn Moore, MA
Educational Developer (Students)
Centre for Learning and Teaching
Introverts are often considered shy, reserved, and passive. These are not traits that are usually associated with great teaching. Too often we think that teachers should be outgoing, spontaneous, and be natural performers in order to maintain student interest. However, introverts can also be great teachers without having to change their personality. This session will discuss challenges that introverts face while teaching (specifically online), the strengths of introverts, and how to use these strengths in your teaching.
A link to join via Collaborate will be emailed to participants in the morning of the session.
Online via Collaborate UltraIntroverted Teaching