Course Planning for Fall 2020

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We know faculty are busy figuring how to safely teach courses in the Fall 2020 Semester. We invite you to review the training opportunities that have recently been added to the Keep Teaching Training opens in new window page. There is a new Essentials for Remote Teaching & Learning resource being offered to all instructors, as well as workshops on several different topics to help you plan for the Fall. Check out the many resources available to help you teach successfully!

Essentials for Remote Teaching & Learning

Given the limited amount of time to develop or revise courses, this new “Essentials” resource is designed to help instructors create effective remote teaching and learning experiences this Fall and will focus on the essentials for effective remote instruction.

Topics will help faculty:

  • Make the transition to hybrid or remote teaching
  • Apply research-based course design principles
  • Align course goals/activities/assessments
  • Facilitate student interactions with attention to diversity, equity and inclusion
  • Use best practices for grading and assessment

Essentials for Remote Teaching and Learning will be offered in both synchronous and asynchronous formats (available now!). Check out the Keep Teaching Training opens in new window page to sign up and to get more details!

45-Minute Workshops on Multiple Topics

Quick workshops on 10 topics are being offered over the next couple of weeks. We invite you to register for the sessions that interest you through the Keep Teaching Training opens in new window page!

  • Assessment in Sakai: Assignments, Tests & Quizzes
  • Essentials for Remote Teaching and Learning
  • Facilitating Asynchronous Student Interaction with Remote Teaching
  • Facilitating Synchronous Student Interaction with Remote Teaching
  • Getting Organized: Using the Lessons Tool in Sakai
  • Getting Started with PollEverywhere
  • Integrating Creative Maker Projects into Your Course
  • Resilient Teaching
  • Teaching with Videos: Tips to create, use and manage
  • Teaching with Zoom Breakouts

Don’t forget that previously recorded training sessions are also available on the Keep Teaching Training opens in new window page. You’re welcome to view them on your own time as needed. If you have any questions, submit a help request opens in new window. We’re here to help you!