Teaching Online: Pedagogical Approaches to a Virtual Classroom - Technical Skills Seminar
This first seminar in our Technical Skills Series focuses on rethinking teaching in the online environment and sets the foundation for the five subsequent seminars on specific platforms/programs.
- Rethinking teaching in the online environment
- Approaches to Seminars vs. Lecture
- Asynchronous vs Synchronous teaching and learning
- What is a Learning Management System and how does it factor into teaching?
- Approaches to successful online teaching & learning despite challenges
- Best Practices
- Accessibility Issues
- How Can McGraw Help?
- Digital Toolkit Preview
- Rethinking courses for online experience - A Case Study
- Dr. Kate Stanton, Director, McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning, and Associate Dean, Office of the Dean of the College
- Ben Johnston, Senior Educational Technologist, Educational and Classroom Technologies, McGraw Center
- Carla Zimowsk, Technology Services Manager, Department of History
- Dr. Randall Pippenger, Lecturer, Department of History
- Skyler Anderson, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of History
- Jennifer Loessy, Manager, Center for Collaborative History
Example 1: Introduction to lecture with skit
Example 2: Introduction to lecture with parody
Example 3: Average 5 minutes from an Enhanced Lecture