We are approaching the halfway point of the semester - are your students still with you?
Having challenges with attendance? With keeping students engaged, either in the synchronous or asynchronous environment? Having trouble with students not responding the way you'd hoped they would on an assignment?
Earlier in the semester, I shared a few articles from Faculty Focus on the topic of academic integrity in the online environment. This week, I found 5 more awesome articles on keeping your students present, engaged, and on task, across multiple modalities:
Enjoy this interactive flip book of these 5 articles (note that the download icon below the flip book will also allow you to access the original PDF to keep for later use)!
I hope you enjoy these articles! For more useful teaching & learning resources, check out the other posts here on the CTLA blog.
DON'T FORGET - if you have other questions about Teaching, Learning, and/or Assessment, contact the CTLA!
REMINDER... this week's LOL (Live Online... Live!) session is Tuesday afternoon, 9/29, from 2:30-3:30. No registration necessary - just use the bit.ly link below to join the Webex meeting:
CGCC Math faculty Dr. Scott Adamson & Dr. April Ström will be our guest facilitators this week - they'll be sharing some of the exciting changes they've made in their courses as they've redesigned them for delivery online!
Webex link: http://bit.ly/LiveOnlineLive
The Webex room will open 15 minutes prior to start time.
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