This winter, discover how to be a more effective online educator! This pedagogy workshop focuses on investigating current evidence-based practices in teaching online/hybrid courses. Discussions and exercises center on topics such as effective course navigation, universal design, accessible content, copyright and fair use, effective discussions and transparent assessments, diversity and equity in online learning, and the future of online education.
The workshop will be organized as a seminar, with each meeting focused around particular topics. Most sessions will allow time for both discussion of the topic and time for presentation of redeveloped course material examples.
This is not an introductory workshop on how to set up your first course online. This workshop is for instructors who have experience teaching hybrid or online and are looking for a facilitated peer group to gain the expertise and motivation to take their courses to the next level. To learn how to use Canvas tools, take Canvas 101 in eLearning instead.
Fully Online: January 10 – March 6 | 25 PD Hours | $350* stipend
*Participants need to be prepared to complete a reading, brief reflection, and thoughtful discussion post every week.
10 seats – Register by January 9!
For more information, contact Ann Minks, HSEWI at email@example.com
Last Updated November 26, 2019