How Can Preparing to Teach Online Improve My Face-to-face Teaching?
Teachers often assume their face-to-face pedagogies are, by default, better than online. When teachers are tasked with developing an online course, their thinking often follows along these lines: This is what I do in class. How can that be translated online? Online course preparation leads to more effective face-to-face teaching. The process of developing an online course requires an examination of classroom-based course design, exploration of assumptions about learning, and ultimately improves instructional practice in both settings. This mentor explores these issues along five dimensions: teaching persona, power distance, instructional clarity, student interaction, and learning assessment.
Purchase the How Can Preparing to Teach Online Improve My Face-to-face Teaching? 20-Minute Mentor program, presented by Lolita Paff, PhD. In this 20-minute session, learn how the process of teaching online can improve your face-to-face teaching.
By the end of the mentor, participants will be able to examine their instructional practice and assumptions about the following:
- Persona and presence in the classroom and online
- Strategies to limit unproductive cognitive load in the classroom and online
- Synchronous and asynchronous student interaction, face to face and online
- Assessments across instructional settings
- Presence and distance
- Student Interaction
- Clarity and unproductive cognitive load
- Reconsidering assessments
This program will benefit:
- Associate professors
- Assistant professors
- Adjunct professors
- Teaching professors
- Transfer professors
Product Code: PM18CB