We’ve been hearing a lot in the news about how the access to ChatGPT will revolutionize our teaching practices. Here are some suggestions to faculty for the Spring 2023 semester.
Teaching in a Time of Tragedy
Note: A version of this article was posted on March 7, 2022. Given the approach of the second year of the war in Ukraine and the recent earthquake in Türkiye […]
Feeling stressed about studying for your online course?
You may be thinking that stress sometimes helps you get things done. While it is true that stress can sometimes focus our minds and stop us from procrastinating, stress can […]
When you can’t require the webcam
You may have seen or heard about guidance from the university about having students on camera during live class sessions. Here are some suggestions for encouraging (but not requiring) web camera use.
Prepare Your Fully Online Course: Last Minute Course Prep Checklist
Assignments Make sure assignments are “online ready” — If you used to teach this class face-to-face, update your instructions to ensure they’re appropriate for the online learning context. Check your instructions […]
Assessment in Online Classrooms
Assessment and grading are different: the goal of assessment is to improve student learning, while the goal of grading is to evaluate it. Grades are typically more formal and more […]