Tips and Tools for Teaching Remotely
Link to the list here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vQ4sGwNQ2JEV-DAPIDIuy7UhxUErEP8IovilhSFAPTOZxMpWCxEZwMZeKzF-ad1tt_Ck7WSFivWjaWs/pub
Contact email@example.com if you need more info/support, clarifications. E.g. among the great tools in the list is EdPuzzle (https://edpuzzle.com/). EdPuzzle does very much the same as the Video Quiz in the MinnState MediaSpace (aka Kaltura); we can help you figure out advantages and disadvantages of the tools, their pedagogical application and make final choice.
Tips and Tools for Teaching Remotely – A PDF Handout
Keynote: Dr. Todd Zakrajsek, University of North Carolina School of Medicine
“Teaching for Brain-based Learning”
Effective Online Engagement
Camille Brandt, Bemidji State University
student is a boxed term. but there are flavors; undergrad vs grad, what takeaways they are looking for, categories of students
ask for expectations, outcomes, and keep touching bases during class.
Grading Participation in an Online Course
Kerry Marrer, St. Cloud State University
Kate Mooney, St. Cloud State University
Kris Portz, St. Cloud State University
What’s a FIG? Inquiring Minds Want to Know!
Miki Huntington, Minneapolis Community and Technical College
COP Community of Practice. Stipends – may be or not. May be only a book.
topics: online learning, academic technologies etc
offering support: to one another in a collaborative environment. Commenting to each other notes.