The Patton College of Education has developed the Remote Teaching Series: Engaging Students with Technology. As we navigate the challenges of online instruction, these hour-long online presentations will discuss innovations in teaching with technology—what is working and what isn’t. Sessions will occur bi-monthly during the noon hour.
The fourth session features Dr. Jesse Strycker, assistant professor, Innovative Learning Design & Technology, Department of Educational Studies. He presented, “Creating and using instructional videos, screencasts, and podcasts to increase instructor presence, increase student interaction, and expedite feedback in online courses.” Click here to to access the recorded session. [Click here for supporting documents]
The third session features Robin Ambrozy, assistant professor of instruction and program coordinator, Customer Service Leadership, Department of Human and Consumer Sciences. She presented, “Providing Value in a Quarantined Internship.” Click here to to access the recorded session. [Click here for supporting documents]
The second session features Thom Stevenson, assistant professor of instruction, Restaurant, Hotel and Tourism, Department of Human and Consumer Sciences. He presented, "Virtual Learning Approaches From a Mutually Safe Distance." Click here to access the recorded session. [Click here for supporting documents]
The first session features Dr. Jacqueline Yahn, assistant Professor and program coordinator, Middle Childhood Education, Ohio University Eastern. She presented, “What Worked Well in Transitioning to Fully Online Education. This series is open to Ohio University and the community. Click here to access the recorded session. [Click here for supporting documents]
Each session will be hosted on Microsoft Teams and will be recorded for those who cannot participate live.
Future sessions include:
Monday, June 1, 12-1 p.m., by Tamarine Foreman, assistant professor, Counselor Education, Department of Counseling and Higher Education. Topic to be determined.
If you wish to present in this series, contact Dr. Beth VanDerveer, associate professor and chair, Department of Human and Consumer Sciences, at firstname.lastname@example.org.