Intentional conversations about learning objectives leads to increased engagement and helps students understand course expectations. Learn several tips to using module objectives and learning outcomes to improve student engagement.
The Online Office is a great place to connect with students in your course and have ungraded discussions to supplement the content of the class. This video demonstrates a few of the ways you can use this space to reach your students.
Engaging students in the online classroom is one way to provide students the opportunity to interact with and digest information in any course. This infographic provides ways to leverage Announcements, Discussions, and other tools in Canvas to engage your students.
Online Classroom Community refers to how faculty create a space for students to engage and feel connected to the online environment. Here are some strategies to create a community for the online classroom.
Robert Boice (1991) found some new faculty, which he termed “Quick Starters,” were more positive, sociable, and efficient because of their ability and skill to integrate into the teaching organization. Learn effective strategies for becoming a Quick Starter at ERAU.
The mission of the Rothwell Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence is to empower faculty members in their pursuit of professional growth through diverse offerings for the universal goal of student success.
Assessing & Improving (2) This section provides resources for assessing student learning, assessing your teaching, and improving your class(es).
Instructions (50) These are how-to documents, guides, tip clips, and just-in-time resources.
Planning (16) Here you will find teaching information on pedagogy, policies, professionalism, principles, frameworks, and student populations. Topics include FAC-10, Bloom's Taxonomy, Preterm Setup, and Information for Instructors.
Teaching (29) This section provides guidance on classroom management, issues, methods, assessment, improvement, diversity, equity, and inclusion. Topics include feedback, engagement, instructor presence, and active learning.