This article will provide some tips for university educators on how to best combine self-paced with live online teaching in order to ensure the smooth continuation of their courses.
Liberal arts colleges, though small in size and number, have a major impact on our culture
How would we engage with one another the way we engaged one another in the physical classroom?
“Why key design, assessment, and communication elements make all the difference”
These are unusual and unprecedented times for our educational community.
Some of what passes as online learning can be classified as thoughtful and engaging, while other online experiences lack the care and attention needed to enable all learners to succeed
The ability to transition from face-to-face courses to supporting faculty and learners at a distance can help schools and universities alleviate many of the concerns that come with extended closures
This article will suggest ideas for group activities with the virtual whiteboard that can be used to influence student motivation levels.
For teachers accustomed to teaching at the front of a classroom, the move into the virtual world presents new and interesting challenges.
Do students who study online do as well as their counterparts in the classroom?
The virtual schools market in North America is expected to grow at a compound annual rate of 13% between 2017 and 2021.
With online learning, education doesn’t have to stop on a snow day
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