Chat with RCTLE and your colleagues!
We have several opportunities for you to get involved with us! This month, be sure to visit and engage in the RCTLE eUnion Discussion. This is a good opportunity to share teaching strategies that you use in your course(s) and/or pick up new strategies to add to your teaching toolbox!
We will also have our live office hours that will be held in the RCTLE EagleVision Room on April 18th @ 2 PM ET.
And as always, please feel free to email us with any questions you may have or to schedule a one-on-one consultation.
Please join RCTLE as we welcome Dr. Juliet Cassidy-Floyd to our team! Juliet is the newest Faculty Development Instructor for your RCTLE. She is a native of Jacksonville, FL, and has been active in public school districts for over fifteen years. She has vast experience as an educator, holding various positions including teacher, department head, faculty chair, and adjunct English instructor.
A life-long learner, Juliet has a B.A., in English Literature, an M.S., in Educational Psychology, and a Ph.D., in Education. Juliet is passionate about education and looks forward to engaging with the ERAU-W faculty. Juliet and her husband have 5 adult children, 3 dogs, and a chicken. They are looking forward to moving their empty nest to Daytona and putting their feet in the sand.
Virtually attend the 2018 Online Learning Consortium Conference!
Your RCTLE and the Department of Online Education have teamed up to bring you the Online Learning Consortium (OLC) – Innovate Conference!
This 3-day event runs from April 18-20, 2018; on each day, you can choose to virtually attend sessions from a variety of online teaching and learning experts. There are over 100 streamed sessions to choose from!
Your RCTLE has identified some great streamed sessions, so be on the lookout for announcements with our recommendations. To register for this conference, please email RCTLE at firstname.lastname@example.org.
April EV-Anar: Personalizing the Online Learning Experience
Instructor presence personalizes the online learning experience and is correlated with student success and satisfaction. This EV-Anar will discuss strategies appropriate for four different learner profiles in order to establish two components of instructor presence: persona and social presence. Join Emily Faulconer, College of Arts and Sciences Assistant Professor and Discipline Chair for this interactive session on:
- April 24 @ 10 AM ET
- April 24 @ 8 PM ET
- April 26 @ 2 PM ET
- Join us LIVE in
Providing feedback is an important part of the teaching and learning experience. Using audio or video feedback on assignments is a great way to connect with students and can save you time while you’re grading. It’s also a great way to show personal presence in your class. Audio or video feedback can be especially helpful if a student receives a grade that they weren’t expecting. Hearing your voice, that you are concerned about their progress, and an encouraging tone can “soften” the news of the grade they received.