Preparing to Move Your Course Online
Because of the recent COVID-19 outbreak and the fact that all undergraduate classes will not meet face to face after Spring Break, faculty need to prepare to move classes online. However, effective teaching on line is more than just knowing how to use Zoom and Sakai. If we want to give our students the best chance for success in a challenging situation, there are sound principles of on-line pedagogy that can help. The CTL is therefore offering the following workshop for faculty who are interested in preparing to move their classes to an on-line format.
In this two hour workshop, participants will:
1) learn key principles of on-line pedagogy, and in particular the ways on-line learning differs from face-to-face (f2f);
2) practice the process of transitioning from f2f to online courses using examples from the 7Cs;
3) workshop with facilitators to move some aspect of a current or future class to an online format;
4) leave with a host of resources for further study and support.
This workshop will be offered twice:
Friday, March 13 from noon – 2 PM
Albrecht Auditorium at Claremont Graduate University
You can view a video recording of this event here
Monday, March 23rd, 1-3 PM