Before I talk about some of the ways in which you can encourage student engagement with videos in your Canvas course, let’s talk just a bit about some video recording options as well.
This afternoon, we'll be facilitating a session on active learning to engage your students with their peers and with the content in meaningful ways. In the meantime, here's a great Faculty Focus article, "Enhancing Student Engagement & Interaction with Online Digital Tools."
This one is a little bit of a Base Camp refresher - how to find free music for your projects!
This week, we offered the "Organizing Your Lesson with Google Slides," looking at the many features of Google Slides that makes it an ideal "container" for all the components - instructional content and activities - of your lesson.
Small group activities... online?
Institutions of higher education around the world are providing their faculty with resources for online instruction that is active and engaging - read on for ideas, tips, tricks, and recommended practices.
This week we had our first official LOL Guest Presenters! Dr. Scott Adamson and Dr. April Ström joined us this week to share their course redesign for the unexpected move from face-to-face math classes to the Asynchronous Online Environment (AOE).
The topic for this week's LOL session was "Keeping Students Engaged & Accountable." We had a conversation about student engagement and accountability, and demo'ed Pear Deck, an interactive slide presentation tool.
Pear Deck has both a free and premium version,
and currently has a 90-day Premium trial available to educators!
Awesome people who want to help you do awesome stuff in the classroom! Join the conversation here or in our Facebook Group: CGCC Center for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment