Humor in Distance Teaching – Join our Webinar on July 1st 2020 15:30-17:00 CEsT
Humor has a variety of positive effects: It motivates and energizes everybody, builds positive relationships, stimulates creativity and is a powerful means to deliver content.
Nevertheless, many people regard their topics as too serious to engage with humor or are afraid of negative outcomes when using humor inappropriately. This is why integrating humor in teaching has not yet become commonplace for educators.
However, is humor in times of crisis and distance teaching ever appropriate? Can everybody be funny or is humor a gift? What limitations have to be considered?
In this webinar:
Join our second webinar on July 1st 2020 and learn how you can effectively incorporate humor into distance teaching. A team of professionals from academia, radio and improv theatre will share experiences on
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More information can be found in the attached PDF.