Teaching online is different than teaching face to face. If you are new to it, there is an initial learning curve. If you are familiar with teaching online, the learning curve is keeping up with pedagogical innovation and education technology advances.
No matter how novice or expert you are at teaching online, this page contains resources to support you in creating phenomenal online learning experiences.
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Communicating with students online is a more intentional approach than verbally reaching out during face to face teaching. Key things to consider when teaching online are:
Having reliable internet access is key to online learning, especially during a pandemic when internet usage is high. To create a phenomenal online learning experience, it is important to assess:
Many internet service providers are offering expanded coverage during the pandemic. Be sure to check with your provider of choice to take advantage of any available offers for educators.
There are a variety of resources available to you is assist in your online teaching. To help you decide which is the best to use in your class, if the technology helps your students to meet the course outcomes in meaningful and engaging ways, it is likely a good tool to use.
A variety of “how to” videos and resources are available. To view, enroll in our CCC- Canvas Resources Course at: https://ucdenver.instructure.com/enroll/BFBYWR
Examples of topics are:
Here are a few tips to help you have a successful Zoom experience.
It’s important to not use identifiable patient data as part of an assignment or student submission so that Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) compliance is maintained. A key thing to keep is in is that Canvas is not HIPAA compliant. Thus protected health information (PHI) cannot be stored there.
There are steps you can take to make sure protected health information (PHI) is not used in assignments.
Providing a secure online testing environment requires preparation, testing of proctoring software, and supporting students to use proctoring software, etc. If time is of essence, here are some strategies to consider to assess student learning in different, yet meaningful ways.