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Engagement Strategies

April 12th, 2021 by
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Engagement in the Online Environment The faculty member is responsible for providing students the knowledge and skills to succeed in their field. Engaging students in the Online Environment is one way to provide students the opportunity to interact with and digest information in any course. It is important for the faculty member to provide multiple…
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Using Module Objectives and Learning Outcomes To Increase Student Engagement

December 9th, 2020 by
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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.

Your Online Office

November 18th, 2020 by
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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 Online

November 16th, 2020 by
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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.

Leverage the Canvas Community

November 9th, 2020 by
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The Canvas Community allows you to pull and share materials with faculty from around the world. Gain new ideas or pull in learning materials. This video provides a brief overview of this resource.

Student Engagement

November 9th, 2020 by
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It is important to develop good discussions. This encourages student engagement and improves the learner experience. This short videos provides some ways to develop your discussions.

The Importance of Meaningful and Timely Feedback

November 9th, 2020 by
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Recently, the RCTLE College of Business Support team hosted a webinar on the importance of meaningful feedback and timely feedback. Within the presentation are several strategies and tools to assist instructors, especially in the current world and academic climate of COVID 19. For any additional support, please feel free to reach out to rctlecob@erau.edu for…
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Creating A Community For The Online Classroom

September 30th, 2020 by
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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.

Encouraging Students To Ask Better Questions

August 26th, 2020 by
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This infographic provides seven tips to encourage students to ask better questions.

Using Announcements Effectively

February 25th, 2020 by
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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.

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Information about the initial faculty development (iTeachER) course experience, which is required for all new ERAU-W prior to teaching their first course. Enrollment in iTeachER occurs sixty days before the term start of your first online course and is conducted entirely online.

Self-Paced Workshops (1)
Self-paced workshops are available to all ERAU-W faculty and take 2-4 hours to complete. Each workshop focuses on specific topics in teaching and technology.

Virtual Faculty Learning Community (V-FLC) (1)
Each spring and fall, we coordinate collaborative asynchronous experiences for ERAU-W faculty. These V-FLC experiences span multiple weeks, include weekly resources, and engaging discussions around a specific teaching topic.