Q&A for Online Faculty. I cover topics relating to designing and teaching online classes with love, compassion, and humanity based on my experience as a professor in an online MS in Nutrition program. Questions welcome: firstname.lastname@example.org! #digitalpedagogy #highered Cover art photo provided by Isaac Mehegan on Unsplash:unsplash.com/@isaacmehegan
Thoughts on how to best communicate with your online students individually and as a group. Please share your thoughts and questions by emailing email@example.com or on my website here.
Link to the Remind app I mentioned.
Here are a handful of ideas for adding student agency to your online course, even if you weren't the one who designed it. I'd love to hear your ideas, comments, and questions. How do you add agency to your online courses? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or submit online here.
* A video tour showing how I incorporate student choice into my Pathophysiology course
* Tricider: a free tool for brainstorming and voting on ideas
* FlipGrid: a free tool that simplifies video responses. I'll do a separate blog post on this soon!
Thoughts on how and why to humanize your instructor bio. See also this excellent article in Faculty Focus by Evan Kropp: Using Your Instructor Bio to Humanize Course, Reduce Student Anxiety
Here is a link to the Teaching Complexity webinar series.
Please send feedback and questions to email@example.com or submit here.
Should you open all of the weeks in your online course from the beginning, or should you release content slowly over the course of the trimester? We'll consider this question through the student lens. Please share your thoughts and/or questions about teaching online here or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org