The way we teach is just as important as the content itself.
As the semester starts and progresses, it’s often best to employ engagement strategies to hold student interest and aid in their success.
EAB has created an infographic about the anatomy of a great meeting.
Collaboration in the online classroom can take many forms, but often will involve group work to teach one another while the instructor can serve as the “guide on the side”.
Encouraging student collaboration is one of the best ways of helping students learn about each other and from each other. Collaboration in the classroom can take many forms.
Learning doesn’t need to occur in a bubble. It’s incredibly important to allow students to get to know their instructor, and for the instructor to get to know their students.
Padlet (formerly WallWisher) is a great way to communicate with your students in an online manner. Imagine taking a large sticky pad of paper and distributing pages of it to students. Each student grabs a marker and writes on their sticky poster. They then take their sticky poster and put it up on the classroom wall, along with everyone else’s sticky poster. Ultimately the wall is covered in a mosaic of sticky posters, each with a student’s thoughts and comments surrounding a subject. This is what Padlet does — just online instead. Essentials A recent computer – A computer purchased […]
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