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    Don't make that face!

    Watch or listen to the many "walk with me" programs where we talk about how to build an engaging course.

  • Fundamentals

    Teaching online isn't easy. Let's talk about online pedagogy - the art of remote or asynchronous teaching.

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    Online or Remote Learning

    authentic engagement

    In this unprecedented era of online education following the COVID-19 pandemic, no matter the learning management system - it's all about pedagogy.

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    Learning Objectives

    what do you really want them to learn?

    Is there something foundational students need to be learning? How do you identify specific things that can be tied to content and learning activities.

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    read, watch, listen

    There is a ton of content out there that is often overlooked. There are sources for great content that you can put in front of your students - or create yourself.

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    Learning Activities

    get the (virtual) room moving

    How do you create activities that engage students and make your lessons pop! Just because you teach online doesn't mean you can't get them outside.

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    how do you know that they know?

    Too many teachers think the only way to assess a student is to give them a quiz or exam. Given the many concerns about cheating, consider other options like demos and challenges.