Preparing Higher Ed Students for Future Careers in Times of Uncertainty

Register for this free webinar presented by CYPHER LEARNING.
January 27

This webinar will be held 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. ET

Unprecedented times often put education at a halt. However, by using powerful edtech tools, learning can continue. This session gives insights into how teachers can use the CYPHER LEARNING skills development features to create personalized learning paths for Higher Ed and Business Schools students, and shape the learning content based on their goals, preferences and interests. This disaster-proof approach helps students get a better learning experience, be part of a learning community amidst any disturbances to education, and get the desired learning outcomes. 

Who should attend

Business School deans, administrators, faculty, and staff. 

Learning Objectives

  • Learn about how Higher Ed and Business Schools students can continue learning despite natural calamities; 
  • Gain insights into how to make the learning experience engaging;
  • Explore edtech tools that take skills development to the next level; 
  • Learn how to stay connected and assist your learners in getting the desired outcomes. 


Jenielyn_PadernalJenielyn Padernal, Global EdTech Director, CYPHER LEARNING 

Jen has more than 20 years of experience as an educational administrator and 12 years of experience as an instructor. She is responsible for developing edtech centers worldwide and designing online courses, resources, webinars so that users experience the full functionality of learning platforms.


Marisha_PenningtonMarisha Pennington, Lead Instructor, YWCA

Marisha is the Lead Instructor at the YWCA in Washington, DC. She holds a B.S. in math and a M.A. in school and community counseling. Marisha has been at the YWCA for 7 years and teaches math and basic computer skills to adult learners that are planning to enter the workforce.


Roland_RubenRoland Lorenzo M. Ruben, Training & Support Supervisor, De La Salle University – Dasmariñas

Roland has a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in Philosophy. He teaches Philosophy courses, Art Appreciation, and Foreign Language (French). Currently, Ruben is the Training and Support Supervisor of the CILP. He provides training and support to the faculty members and students in using the NEO LMS. He is a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert and he uses different edtech platforms to make classes more engaging, e.g., Wakelet, Kahoot, Microsoft Flip, among others.

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