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Faculty Presence and Student Expectations in Online Learning

Post by: Jennifer Campbell, Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Music Education and participant in the Learning Community on Online Teaching & Learning “But how do I get a good grade?” Every instructor has been asked this question by a student, and to boil it down to a single word answer, hopefully we can agree upon, “expectations.” Students are asked to… Read more →

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Threading Voices with VoiceThread

Post By: Daniel Nester, Associate Professor of English and participant in the Learning Community on Online Teaching & Learning Getting students to participate in class discussion remains an evergreen faculty concern. In the classroom, instructors might draw from any number of techniques, from working on the board or breaking up in groups to the classic open-ended Socratic question. Online learning presents… Read more →

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Using Kahoot! to Improve Reading Engagement

Textbooks can be dull and dragging, making it difficult for students to bring themselves to read. But they do include vital information for students that aid in their classroom success. At the college level, reading quizzes take up valuable face to face time and are dreaded by both student and instructor. But sometimes we need to confirm that students have… Read more →