Filed under: iTeachER | Tags: Engagement, Teaching Methods
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.
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November 9 – 18 Monday, November 9 Student Reactions To COVID-19 Remote Learning: Lessons Learned From Multiple Institutions Date: Monday, November 9th Time: 9:00 AM to 9:45 AM Conference Session: Concurrent Session 1 Session Modality: Virtual Lead Presenter: Suzanne Ensmann (The University of Tampa) Co-presenters: Aimee Whiteside (University of Tampa), Amy Garrett Dikkers (University of North Carolina Wilmington), Beth Oyarzun (University of North…
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Professional Development Here you can find everything you need to enhance your skills. You will find Just-In-Time videos and guides for immediate information. For more in-depth experiences, check out our Self-Paced Workshops and Virtual Faculty Learning Communities. Whatever your professional development needs, we’ve got you covered. Current and Upcoming Events OLC Accelerate 2020 Conference The…
Filed under: Instructions, iTeachER | Tags: Just-In-Time
To teach online for ERAU-W, you are required to complete the iTeachER course. This article explains the onboarding process and provides some information about the iTeachER experience and includes a short video about the iTeachER experience.
Filed under: iTeachER, Teaching | Tags: Announcements, Engagement
Discussions are a key element in many ERAU-W courses that give students the opportunity to interact with each other and the course content. As an online instructor, it is your role to facilitate the flow of the conversation.
Filed under: Publications, Virtual Faculty Learning Community (V-FLC) | Tags: Frequently Asked Questions
The Rothwell Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence (RCTLE) created Virtual Communities of Practice based on the principles of faculty learning communities (FLCs). This article shares research on virtual FLCs.
Why haven’t I received any email concerning the iTeachER course as I was told during my on-boarding?November 21st, 2019 by Rob Saum
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Check your official ERAU email for correspondence about your course. Contact your Campus Director or College Administrator if you have not received a message. Another possibility could arise due to not being enrolled into the course.