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How to Re-Envision Student Motivation and Engagement (for Group Rental)


This is a recording of a live webinar, originally held on 9/25/20. See full description below.

Rental period is 30 days.

VT-HEC’s intention is to offer professional development that provides you opportunities to engage with content, connect with colleagues, and apply learning in ways that sustain you and your work. When possible, we encourage you to view and discuss the recording(s) with colleagues. 

You have two options to provide your group members with access to the video content:

  • Share your username and password with members of your group. For this reason, we recommend creating a group account separate from a personal account you might have. 
  • Show the recording in a group meeting (virtually or in-person), avoiding the need to share your login information.


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A Webinar Series: Re-Envisioning Educational Systems As We Move Through And Beyond COVID-19

Join Dr. Joelle van Lent and Dr. Gillian Boudreau for a webinar series on navigating the uncharted waters of a COVID-19 educational reality. Joelle and Gillian examine how to find the courage, capacity, and tools to build modern, sustainable, collaborative systems that can work better than business as usual. Throughout the series, they explore creative noncompliance – a process of following the principles governing best practices in education, while leaving room for educator and student voices in determining the implementation of these principles.

Webinar #1 – How to Re-Envision Student Motivation and Engagement

with Joelle van Lent, Psy.D, & Gillian Boudreau, Ph.D

In this first webinar, Joelle and Gillian discuss updated research on how to help students find the interest and capacity for new learning, as well as navigate the unique demands of and transitions between in-person and distance learning. Particular attention is given to the impact of stress on executive functioning as we navigate an uncertain start to the school year.

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Number of People

Up to 10 people, Up to 20 people, Up to 35 people, Up to 50 people