Resources for Moving Courses On-Line
Click on the title above to view this google doc with resources, tools, and tech that can support your teaching. Some of it relates to the remote “pivot” we experienced last spring, but most is equally applicable to the fall and beyond.
“Agile” Teaching Resources
Earlier this summer, the CTL offered a workshop on ways to make your teaching more agile and responsive regardless of teaching environment. The video is available at the link here, the slides are available at the link here, and the resources doc is available at the link here.
Models and Examples of Online Course Designs
“Active Learning While Physically Distancing” by Jennifer Baumgartner at LSU. This chart lists more than 20 common active learning techniques and ways to accomplish them in a variety of learning environments (F2F, synchronous, asynchronous, socially distanced)
Franklin, K. B. (2020) Models of course delivery. This PDF contains visualizations for seven potential class models, including fully online, fully face to face, flipped, and more.
“Hyflex course design examples” by Kevin Kelly at SFSU. This doc has two examples of a single class meeting structure in a Hyflex mode, one 50-minute and one 75-minute.
“Weekly Course Template” for module based online courses from Lindsay Maslan at ASU. This infographic-style weekly syllabus, embedded in her Twitter feed, clarifies weekly expectations and due dates for students, combining synchronous and asynchronous interactions.
“Communicating course expectations” for fully asynchronous online courses by D. Maduli-Williams at SDMC. Also from Twitter, this infographic-style syllabus sets course expectations for students in a fully asynchronous writing class.
Tips for Effective Teaching Videos and Presentations
Honeycutt, B. [producer] (2020). Episode 23: How to Create More Effective and Engaging Videos Without Getting Overwhelmed with Karen Costa”
“Teaching without walls: Online teaching tips” YouTube Channel by Dr. Michael Wesch. Wesch is an anthropologist at KSU and well-known for his “Teaching Without Walls” approach to online education.
Echo Rivera Youtube channel: Dr. Echo Rivera is a community psychologist and an expert on effective presenting in academia. Her youtube channel contains videos on expanding your presentation skills, powerpoint tutorials, the right tech for academic presentations, efficiency and audience awareness.
Templates for Sakai-Based Courses
The CTL, in collaboration with our colleagues at HMC, Scripps, and Pomona, has developed four templates that can inform your course design in Sakai. These four templates will introduce instructors to 1) a general design which could be applicable in many courses; 2) a design that utilizes the “syllabus” tool; 3) a design that primarily utilizes discussion forums; and 4) a design that uses the “lessons” tool to create a modular course. Instructions for locating and importing the designs are available at this link.
Humanizing Online Learning
Costa, Karen (2020). Trauma-Aware Teaching Checklist.
Imad, Mays (2020). Trauma-Informed Pedagogy. This video with captioning is available for viewing through the on-demand seminar recording link. To access, you will need the following password: trauma372
Packansky-Brock, M. (2020). Humanizing online teaching and learning. and How to Humanize Your Online Class
Building Community in Online Spaces
On July 7th, the CTL hosted Dr. Melissa Eblen-Zayas of Carleton College (MN) via Zoom webinar to discuss ways to intentionally build community and care into online courses. The video of this webinar, which was co-facilitated by Janet Russell of Pomona College, is available at this link.
Infographics and Other CTL Created Resources
Classroom Models for Fall — Wondering about the difference between hybrid and Hyflex? Find a helpful infographic at this link and find additional information about each at this link.
Effective Online Discussions — What should you consider when building discussions for an online class? Find more information in an infographic at this link. Find additional resources at this link.
Online Assessment Beyond Tests and Quizzes — Looking for more inclusive and less restrictive ways to evaluate learning? Go beyond tests and quizzes. Find out more at this infographic and at this additional resources link.
Coming soon! Building Community Online and more!