Just-in-time materials provide 24/7 access to information, desk guides and videos regarding academic tools and best practices in higher education at ERAU-W. These materials are organized categorically.
Instructional video on how to maximize class rosters within Campus Solutions.
Learn keys to effective feedback to help your students progress in their studies! The Tip Sheet: Providing Quality Feedback is available for your reference.
This is an educational video about the benefits of utilizing a rubric and how to create an effective rubric.
Collecting student feedback during your course is a prime opportunity to gain insight on where students stand with learning the material. It also gives faculty data on adjustments to make prior to the term ending. In this Tip Clip, RCTLE provides strategies to improve your marks.
Video is an effective, personalized, and unambiguous means of providing feedback to students. To learn more, check out the Tip Sheet: Video Feedback.
Learn how to write a teaching philosophy! This video will give tips and ideas on how to write your teaching philosophy to share with students.
This is an educational video that explains Socratic questioning, the types and examples of Socratic questions, and how to implement them in the classroom.
This is an educational video about why experience is essential to teaching, tips on incorporating experiences in classrooms, and how to get students to connect their experience and course materials.
Tutorial for navigating through iTeachER
This an educational video about how to develop good discussion questions to stimulate critical thinking among students. The video will look into the do’s and don’ts in a discussion and how to get students participating in discussions.
This is an instructional video about the purpose of announcements, how to use it, and tips on creating announcements in Canvas.
This video describes what nonverbal communication looks like in an online course.
What you do in the virtual classroom makes a big difference for students. View this short video on 3 small things you can do that make a big difference for your students.
The sandbox is a place where you can practice your Canvas skills as well as store announcements and resources.
Learn more about Canvas and its helpful tools to optimize you and your students’ learning experience!
Instructure, the organization that makes Canvas, has a site devoted to supporting teaching. It is called the Canvas Community. Here you will find guides, tips, instructional videos, and advice from fellow educators.