The below videos cover different topics related to online and remote teaching strategies. For additional technology-specific information and recordings, you can visit the Tools for Online Teaching page.
Flipping the Classroom is an approach to teaching that combines synchronous and asynchronous teaching. Course content is largely delivered asynchronously, allowing synchronous classroom time to be dedicated to the practice of higher-order thinking skills. In this 30-minute podcast, we introduce the benefits of Flipping the Classroom and provide step-by-step guidelines on how to design and utilize it in ways that work best for your teaching and learning goals. (35 Minutes)
Learn how to conduct an analysis of learner needs and an analysis of course needs as well as how to write goals, learning objectives, and learning outcomes. (1 hour, 3 minutes—includes post-presentation discussion)
Learn how to break course outcomes into module-level outcomes, to map your course, to determine acceptable evidence, and to plan learning experiences and instruction. (1 hour—includes post-presentation discussion)
Learn to create authentic assessment aligned to learning outcomes. (1 hour, 17 minutes—includes post-presentation discussion)
As a supplement to this video, please check out this Authentic Assessment Toolbox and these Assessing Online Learning: Strategies, Challenges, and Opportunities.
Multiple-Choice Questions Part 1: Pros and cons of utilizing multiple-choice questions and simple guidelines on how to best design effective questions. (20 minutes)
Multiple-Choice Questions Part 2: Design questions that target not just factual recall and basic understanding, but students' higher-order thinking skills. (12 minutes)
Learn about the options OHIO instructors have in the selection of quality course materials that meet their course objectives but enable savings for students. Presenters review the pros and cons of a variety of commercial textbook alternatives, methods for discovery and inclusion, and the University’s support structures around these options. (31 minutes)
Introductory information about student development theory and actionable steps you can take in the (digital) classroom. (1 hour)
Straightforward examples, tips, and suggestions for how to transition to online teaching in as stress-free a manner as possible. (40 minutes)
Methods for faculty-to-student, student-to-content, and student-to-student engagement are explored in this brief video conducted by Dr. Meg Flanigan, Associate Director for the Center for Teaching and Learning. (21 minutes)
As a supplement to this video, please check out these 10 Strategies for Enhancing Presence and Engagement in Online Classes and Simple Active Learning Strategies for the Online Classroom.
Tips, tricks, and best practices for methods of engagement and maintaining presence in online courses through creative writing, media, and tools. Easy examples show you quick applicable ways to effectively communicate to your students online and personalize the course to make it your own. (30 minutes)
Ways instructors can adapt a classroom assignment to an online environment. (10 minutes)
Introduction to best practices in laying out your course for keeping students focused on content rather than course navigation. (48 minutes)
This presentation offers highlights of the four media streaming platforms available via the University Libraries (Academic Videos Online, Swank, Films on Demand, Kanopy), including details on access through embedding and stable URLs, as well as making playlists and creating clips. (Self-paced, 14 slides)
Associate Professor Paul Benedict discusses his experiences with using VoiceThread to engage students in an online modality. Paul uses VoiceThread as a presentation platform, a discussion prompt, and for student presentations/pitches. (51 minutes)
Three librarians share and describe examples of their collaborations with instructors to utilize library resources, meet information-literacy and course-specific learning outcomes, and effectively engage students in the remote learning environment. (51 minutes)
Multiple-Choice Questions Part 3: How to organize your multiple-choice questions within your test when creating it in Blackboard. (19 minutes)
How to create, distribute, and review the results from a basic Qualtrics survey. (43 minutes)