Connecting With Students

Posted by Jason Drysdale on Oct 2, 2017 2:29:26 PM

In the years since I finished my undergraduate education, I’ve kept in touch with a few of my professors, one of whom had a lasting and particularly powerful impact on my work as an educator.  He taught three of my education courses, and modeled the kind of openness and authenticity I strive for in my own work and teaching. After every class session, he would ask the entire class: is there anything I can do different or better?

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Topics: Online students, pedagogy

Instructional Design:                                 Faculty Weblog #2: Remi Kalir

Posted by Amy Osatinski on Jun 1, 2017 4:23:26 PM

For the second CU Online Instructional Design Faculty Weblog, CU Online Instructional Designer Amy Osatinski sat down with Remi Kalir, Assistant Professor of Information and Learning Technologies in the School of Education and Human Development. In his weblog, Remi demonstrates the web annotation tool Hypothes.is and how he uses it within Canvas with his students. To view the weblog, click here

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Topics: CU Online, pedagogy, Faculty Weblog, Hypothes.is

Designing Active Learning for the Online Classroom Part 3

Posted by Glenda Robertson on May 31, 2017 3:48:21 PM

This blog post is the third in a series about active learning course design. 

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Topics: CU Online, Instructional Design, active learning, pedagogy