Five Pedagogical Practices for Improving Your Online Course +

Hi all,

As we launch, and (in keeping with the metaphor) ride, this initiative, look to this blog for links, tips, and insights from the Distance Education staff and Scott Heinerichs, who you all know is your faculty associate for The Teaching, Learning, and Assessment Center (TLAC) –or, as I like to fondly refer to it (a la Mel Brooks), “The Institute.” Ha ha.

Scott will be helping to lead this initiative and offering his tips and resources as they relate to online pedagogy –and his boundless energy -to this … well, in  keeping with Mel Brooks, antidote to “high anxiety” –at least the high anxiety which may come with teaching online. See below for his first link.

Stay safe and warm.

Best,

Stephanie Taitano

Instructional Designer

The Office of Distance Education


Links to Check

Scott Heinerich’s Tip: “Five Pedagogical Practices for Improving Your Online Course” from MAGNA publications.

Stephanie’s Mel Brook’s Reference, “High Anxiety.”

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