Learn the essential steps to establishing your online presence in your online classroom. Intentionally and effectively establish your presence, beginning with course design and extending into day-to-day “classroom” interaction. Connect with your students even when you’re not in the room.
With the increasing popularity of online courses, instructors need to have clear, effective methods of creating, implementing, and grading group projects. Change the perception and the results with this seminar.
Despite all its promise, online education faces serious obstacles. High drop-out rates and an increasingly skeptical Congress have caused many to question the effectiveness of online education – a disturbing trend in times of tight budgets. This seminar introduces you to the latest methods for leveraging analytics in the instructional design process and ultimately improve your courses.
Discover ways for students to raise awareness about topics related to your class and get the community involved. Learn how to teach students about different types of communities and calls to action that generate results.
Explore the importance of faculty presence for student success in distance education. Learn how to analyze, evaluate, and improve your level of instructor presence in your courses.
Learn the techniques that other schools have successfully used to slash the potential of cheating, assuage student anxiety about their academic performance, and propel them toward being more honest, self-reliant learners.
This Magna Online Seminar gives you strategies to maximize your planning and design timeframe—all leading to a more efficient course (i.e. less stress for you when you’re teaching) and a better experience for your students.
Bulk orders allow you to purchase multiple copies for your institution at a discounted rate. This book is focused on the foundational elements of effective pedagogy and advises adjuncts on proven strategies and best practices to take them successfully from the first day of class to the final exam.
In this program, explore a simple framework to engage in a difficult conversation, apply the framework to scenarios that might come up in the online classroom, and gain strategies to have successful resolutions to difficult topics.
In this 20-minute session, learn how the process of teaching online can improve your face-to-face teaching.
Beginnings matter, whether you’re teaching students face-to-face or online. Find out how you can make the most of online course introductions. In this fast and focused session, you’ll discover how you can transform course introductions from ho-hum exercises in housekeeping into time-saving, inspirational new beginnings.