Teaching Online Workshops

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Learn to develop and conduct effective online courses

Tech Tools for Online Students

To develop and lead an effective online course requires a lot of technical know-how. Instructors often spend a lot of time contemplating and utilizing a diverse array of software and hardware solutions to build and interact with their courses. However, several instructors do not take student access to technology into account until problems arise. During this one hour workshop, online instructors will be given information about many free and inexpensive software resources which they can share with their students. These applications and services are shared in order that students may be given a means to complete their online coursework effectively. See dates and register for this workshop...


Using Online Discussions to Increase Student Engagement

How do we get students engaged with faculty and with each other in online courses? Join Dr. Alison Barton, Assistant Professor for Human Development & Learning, as she leads this workshop on using discussions to enhance and improve student engagement in online courses. See dates and register for this workshop...


 Creating Online Methods to Increase Students' Understanding of Coursework Requirements

“I don’t understand what you want me to do!” If you have ever heard this from a student in an online course, then join Dr. Alison Barton, Assistant Professor for Human Development & Learning, as she leads this workshop on some tips and tricks to help students understand their requirements. See dates and register for this workshop...


 Igniting Student Motivation

Wondering how to stoke the flames of enthusiasm among your students? In this seminar, we'll explore what factors impact learner motivation, and then put those ideas to work. You'll be provided with practical suggestions for how to create a motivating class, ways to implement these suggestions in an online setting, and opportunities to brainstorm other great ideas with fellow attendees.See dates and register for this workshop...


Teaching Critical Thinking

Can we teach critical thinking to students in college? Even online? Participants in this workshop explore definitions of critical thinking, how it develops, and practical methods for encouraging critical thinking in a post-secondary class – even one that is ONLINE. Participants have the opportunity to brainstorm options for their own courses and content – bringing a course syllabus is encouraged. This is an interactive workshop; be prepared to talk and share! See dates and register for this workshop...


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