The Center for Teaching & Learning often finds articles of note that are shared with staff, faculty, and within specific programs. Here’s a few that we’ve found and shared recently:
- 5 ways to be an innovative online instructor – From eCampusNews, the article gives a series of ideas that may help engage students in online environments, especially during the current COVID-19 situation.
- Keeping Students Engaged: How to Rethink Your Assessments Amidst the Shift to Online Learning – From Faculty Focus, a few different tips on revising assessments for online, including ways of implementing traditional face-to-face assessments, along with some that are specific for online.
- Support Online Learning with Powerful Thinking Routines – via Dr. Caitlin Tucker, a quick roundup of some core thinking routines from Harvard University’s Project Zero. The routines are intended to help encourage students to be intentional thinkers.
Have an article that you think would interest the CTL and could be shared? Please send us a note via our contact form.