Pedagogy & Building Courses Online

When

Mar. 4, 2021, 12pm to 1pm

Office/Remote Location

Online

Description

Covid-19 pushed us into virtual classrooms overnight and instructors with years of experience were forced to rethink course design and effectiveness. While online education is not a novel mode of instruction, building a virtual community is very different from teaching and learning in-person. Join this workshop to learn about pedagogical practices to successfully build and lead online courses.

By participating in this workshop you will:

  • Identify the differences between in person and online instruction
  • Learn strategies to engage online learners and build a virtual community
  • Discuss the challenges of online teaching and learning.

Professional Development Academy Program: GTC

Professional Development Academy Pillars: Teaching

Learning Experience: Lecture

Time Commitment: < 2 hours

Lifecycle Stage: Mid-Late Master’s, Early-Mid-Late Doctoral

Panelists/Facilitator(s):

  • Christine Draper, Instructional Designer, Office of Online Education
  • Ann Wilson, Embedded Educational Technologist, Office of Online Education
  • Ted Weisman, Embedded Educational Technologist, Office of Online Education

Admission Information

This workshop is open to graduate students. Please RSVP at least 24 hours in advance for the workshop.

Contact Information

Grad Rebel

External Sponsor

Graduate College