Topics include: RCTLE Offerings, OLC Accelerate 2020 Conference, Special Session – Enhancing Announcements, Meaningful and Timely Feedback Webinar, Updates & Reminders, Enabling Zoom Waiting Rooms, Holiday Reminders, VECTOR News, Podcast, Alex Rister, Dr. Meghan Velez Talk Vector, Identifying and Supporting Struggling Students in Online Courses, Back to Basics Teaching Online Courses, Faculty Spotlight, Brenda Miller, and Maureen Stolte.
In this edition: Strategies for Time Management; Podcast: Dr. John Boekenoogen, RCTLE Executive Director; New Self-Paced Workshop: Generations in the Online Classroom; Hurricane Season In A Pandemic; Tip Clip: Avoiding Grade Inflation; Virtual Faculty Learning Community (V-FLC): In Full Bloom with Bloom’s Taxonomy; August Special Session: Extra! Extra! See All About it! EagleVision Extras; Request a Communication Tutor for your EagleVision Class; Help us Spread the Word: VECTOR’s Virtual Communication Lab; VECTOR’s Communication Across the Curriculum Workshops; Simple Syllabus in Online Courses; Zoom; and Faculty Spotlight.
RCTLE Executive Director, John Boekenoogen, shares his insight into the future of RCTLE and how the Embry-Riddle community came together to make sure students continued receiving a world-class education during the COVID-19 shutdown.
In this newsletter, RCTLE shares information about changing student demographics, the shift to Zoom, professional development opportunities, travel tips, leveraging video for feedback, and several staff/faculty spotlights: Dr. Elizabeth Cummins, Dr. MK Gorman, Dr. Donna Roberts, and Dr. Daisha Merrit.
This edition of the RCTLE Newsletter covers the upcoming Virtual Faculty Learning Community, Communicating with Students, Improving End of Course Faculty Observations, Avoiding Burnout, and an interview with Dr. Ken Witcher, Dean of the College of Aeronautics.
Part 2 of the interview with Dr. Ken Witcher, Dean of the College of Aeronautics, who shares the importance of being passionate about your content, creating a meaningful learning environment for students.