Links to those videos would be very helpful.
Here is a graphic of what my schedule for my course looks like :)
I heard mention of the Gold Program? Can you explain what that is. Thx
Is the GOLD program only offered for those that teach credit bearing courses?
Events Page: https://wallacecenter.rit.edu/events/
Bernie could you share some of your lessons-learned from using/posting your course content to YouTube?
2 questions:- For Daniel (or others): any other advice on teaching students new to RIT & new to online learning? (undergrad and grad)- For everyone: Have any of you run large group projects online?
To all the panelists - I am also very interested to know how you administer/proctor Exams/Final Exams for your courses.
when I teach online, I like to specify in the syllabus when I will be online. For example, I usually answer emails throughout the day and then stay online from 9-11 in the morning. I also let them know I am not going to answer on the weekend.
Do you use slack/discord as a way to utilize virtual office hours while teaching online? I've heard GCCIS is taking a poll and going to recommend using one over the other to streamline communication efforts for students
I teach Advertising and Public Speaking. And students (groups or single) presenting to the class, in class, is a large part of the work & class. Do you have advice as to how to present online and still be as effective as students presenting I in person , in class?
Can you please share the scavenger hunt?
I teach mathematics and I am interested to know how do you organize an online Math exam?
Were the synchronous meetings 1-1 with students individually?
Danny just answered that!
Questions at a higher level of Blooms. -
Here is some information on the things that our panelists are taking about regarding quizzes: https://www.rit.edu/academicaffairs/tls/building-academic-integrity-your-course
How do you describe a successful discussion board in an asynchronous course? Do you respond to all posts? When do you respond? What exactly do you aim to teach with the discussion board? Thanks!
I would also like to know how you all best use discussion boards
I would think that students who choose online in "normal" times would prefer asynchronous communication. But, in these times our potentially online students are different. Do we have any data on what helps these students be more successful and/or what they want? Asynchronous vs. synchronous, etc.
That brings up a good question. How are you working in flexibility in due dates etc. to account for the extenuating circumstances that are bound to impact our students?
Is there one thing each of you have learned that DID NOT WORK online that we all should avoid :-)
Thank you! Very helpful!!
Thanks to all and to the moderator!
Thank you very much!
Thanks a lot!
THANK YOU FOR IDEAS :)
Thank you Christine, Daniel, Bernie, Michael - very helpful!
There are some resources available at: https://www.rit.edu/coronavirus/course-resources-faculty for self-study on myCourses and Zoom.We also have myCourses Q&As where you can ask other questions, like those technical questions: https://wallacecenter.rit.edu/events/
You can always request a 1:1 consultation at https://wallacecenter.rit.edu/events/register/1on1.cfm, which may be good for extremely advanced things like advanced formatting