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Parliamentary Procedure and Zoom, Oh My!
This 90-minute experiential student session will cover three essential topics regarding conducting a meeting using Robert’s Rules of Order and implementing parliamentary precedence. The topics include using Zoom as an electronic meeting platform, defining the concept and construct of deliberative, and the fundamentals of an effective meeting - namely agendas and handling a motion. Participants will participate in learning by active discussion, participation in a skit designed to facilitate learning, and reflection on learning.
Using Zoom as an electronic meeting platform
Roberts Rules of Order
Conducting effective meetings
Edward Magiste, Ph.D. is an adjunct faculty member in the Cleveland State University School of Social Work and teaches research and clinical course work to both graduates and undergraduates. His research focus is on professional development and experiential education. Dr. Magiste has taught English as a Second Language to international students as well. He also worked as interim director of the Tutoring and Academic Success Center at Cleveland State.
Dr. Magiste is a long-standing member of the National Association of Parliamentarians and the Ohio Association of Parliamentarians. He currently serves as the Vice President of the state association. He is also President of his local unit, Lori-El. He has presented numerous topics on parliamentary precedence including running meetings, nominations, parliamentary debate, teaching parliamentary precedence and board development locally as well as at the state and national levels.