Prior Workshops on Teaching Online
As faculty, instructors and teaching assistants moved to teaching online in response to COVID-19, the Center for Teaching and Learning offered a series of interactive workshops on select online tools and topics. Below, please find recordings and notes from prior faculty meetings and discussions. For current and future offerings, please visit our events page.test Zoom meeting to test your microphone/speakers so you can be ready to participate.
Past Faculty Discussions
Active Learning Online: Using Synchronous Time to Engage Students, with Professors Kim Bowes; Classical Studies, Florian Schwarz; Linguistics and Doris Wagner; Biology
The faculty panelists discussed how they have organized synchronous class time to emphasize students’ active learning. Participants considered ways to lead a class using structured activities to help facilitate students’ thinking and engagement with course concepts and each other, while enabling instructors to provide guidance and feedback.
Recordings of Past Tools Workshops
In July and August, 2020 CTL is offering a number of different workshops on using various tools to teach as well as faculty discussions of what they have tried.
Recordings of the tools-based workshops will be posted here. If you have questions, contact CTL at email@example.com.
In addition, CTL recorded the workshops on introducing the basic tools for continuing instruction remotely in early March of 2020.
Faculty Suggested Strategies
During the Spring of 2020, CTL has offered a number of workshops on remote teaching. Workshops below link to notes that combine the suggested strategies from the different discussions.
- Remote Final Exams
- Discussions at a Distance: Using Discussion Boards and Other Asynchronous Collaborations
- Revisiting the Research Paper for Remote Teaching
- Revisiting and Revising Your Assessments in Your Course
- Maintaining Connection, Cultivating Community
- Adapting Your Course Expectations and Structure for This Moment
- Making the Most of Synchronous Sessions and Office Hours
- Mentoring Graduate Students During Social Distancing
- Identifying and Supporting Students Who Are Struggling
- Assessing Students Without Exams
If you need further help beyond the resources here, contact the instructional technology support for your school.
Upcoming workshops on teaching.
Recordings and notes from prior Workshops on Teaching Remotely.
You can also contact the Center for Teaching & Learning for questions about how to meet your course goals using the available technologies.