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#9 Our Titular Question: Part Two with the CILC Pinnacle Education Collective Why Distance Learning?

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Welcome to Part Two of this  two-part episode in which Seth, Tami, and Allyson delve into the insights and experiences of a diverse group of North American distance learning professionals.  As we do with each episode, we asked each participant the titular question of our podcast: Why Distance Learning? It's a question that distance learning providers all have to answer, the implication often being: why don't you just do this in person? Each of the people in CILC's Pinnacle Education Collective have reflected deeply upon this question as you will learn in this episode. The answers go way beyond trying to replicate an in-person experience virtually and instead venture into the medium's ability to push the very limits of what's possible in the classroom.Check out Part One (Episode #8) when we ask this same crew for golden moments from their careers: times when their values aligned perfectly with the controlled chaos of an educational experience over distance learning.Discover the outdoors with Karin Davidson-Taylor at the Royal Botanical Gardens here: https://bit.ly/3NROQws Explore with Annie Mumgaard at the Morrill Hall: University of Nebraska State Museum here: https://bit.ly/3pobwer Investigate with Katie Wolfson at the UCAR: Center for Science Education here: https://bit.ly/42XSxoI Jump in with Brandon Hall to Learn Around the World here: https://bit.ly/3pu6fC3Learn along with Dr. Jasmin Poor at the Roper Mountain Science Center here: https://bit.ly/3JDaodH Dig in with Kellie Saraceno at Longwoods Gardens here: https://bit.ly/3Jyu42c Discover with Jessica Meadows at Fort Monroe Authority here: https://bit.ly/3XsXFQC Embark with Marc Kotz on a Born 2 Move Adventures here: https://bit.ly/46oxPRR Dive in to learn from Jason Robertshaw at Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium here: https://mote.org/pages/education/education-online You can always keep up with Allyson and Tami at the Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration (CILC) here: https://bit.ly/445KkjM As always you can stay connected with Seth at Banyan Global Learning here: https://bit.ly/3NOScAn 

Welcome to Part Two of this  two-part episode in which Seth, Tami, and Allyson delve into the insights and experiences of a diverse group of North American distance learning professionals.  As we do with each episode, we asked each participant the titular question of our podcast: Why Distance Learning? It's a question that distance learning providers all have to answer, the implication often being: why don't you just do this in person? Each of the people in CILC's Pinnacle Education Collective have reflected deeply upon this question as you will learn in this episode. The answers go way beyond trying to replicate an in-person experience virtually and instead venture into the medium's ability to push the very limits of what's possible in the classroom.Check out Part One (Episode #8) when we ask this same crew for golden moments from their careers: times when their values aligned perfectly with the controlled chaos of an educational experience over distance learning.Discover the outdoors with Karin Davidson-Taylor at the Royal Botanical Gardens here: https://bit.ly/3NROQws Explore with Annie Mumgaard at the Morrill Hall: University of Nebraska State Museum here: https://bit.ly/3pobwer Investigate with Katie Wolfson at the UCAR: Center for Science Education here: https://bit.ly/42XSxoI Jump in with Brandon Hall to Learn Around the World here: https://bit.ly/3pu6fC3Learn along with Dr. Jasmin Poor at the Roper Mountain Science Center here: https://bit.ly/3JDaodH Dig in with Kellie Saraceno at Longwoods Gardens here: https://bit.ly/3Jyu42c Discover with Jessica Meadows at Fort Monroe Authority here: https://bit.ly/3XsXFQC Embark with Marc Kotz on a Born 2 Move Adventures here: https://bit.ly/46oxPRR Dive in to learn from Jason Robertshaw at Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium here: https://mote.org/pages/education/education-online You can always keep up with Allyson and Tami at the Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration (CILC) here: https://bit.ly/445KkjM As always you can stay connected with Seth at Banyan Global Learning here: https://bit.ly/3NOScAn 

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