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We want to thank National Louis University for hosting this event and giving some of Illinois’ best educators a platform to share how they’re empowering confident skills with video + feedback.

ReAction on the Road–Illinois included one session focused on thought leadership and best practices in teacher education. Another session covered general topics relevant to higher education—including an overview of how GoReact can help you improve learning outcomes and save time. Feel free to request follow up content from one or both categories, we’re happy to share!

ReAction on the Road-Illinois attendees also scored a pilot of GoReact for the spring 2023 semester—and for a limited time, you too can take advantage of that offer. 
For just the cost of implementation, you can test out this valuable technology at your own college or university throughout the spring 2023 term. You must act fast—spring is coming quickly, and we need time for setup and training.

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For all new users in Illinois

ReAction on the Road–Illinois has ended, but you can still benefit from the information shared by our guest experts. Oh—and there’s still an opportunity to access a pilot for spring 2023!

Our Teacher Education Session covered the varied and creative ways that video-based feedback is being used by educators in Illinois to improve program DEI, self-reflection, competency-based education, communication, and student engagement. Sessions included:

Broader Insights and Applications for Video-based Feedback
Dr. Martha Elford, SIUE

More Impactful and Effective DEI Preparation
Jessica Taylor, National Louis University

TBD student engagement session title
Megan Gerken, Northern Illinois University

Our General Education Session addressed techniques, processes, and use cases that allow for faster skill development across a broad range of subject areas— improving feedback clarity, program flexibility, student reflection opportunities, and outcomes, synchronously or asynchronously, in-person or remotely.

Techniques and Processes for Improving Student Awareness and Outcomes
Dr. Martha Elford, SIUE

Do More With Less: Improve Student Outcomes While Saving Time & Budget
Dave Greene, GoReact