Title: Emerging Pedagogies and Design for Online Learning
Stream: Teaching Experiences, Pedagogy, Practice & Praxis
Presentation Type: Live-Stream Presentation
Stephanie Bain, Texas A&M University-International, United States
Nicole Morris, Texas A&M University-Kingsville, United States
This conference presentation will add to Emerging Pedagogies and Designs for Online Learning. As more and more classes are going online permanently, faculty are realizing that they must become not only the content experts of the past but also develop skills in instructional design as represented in many instances by Quality Matters (QM) and learn technologies such as the Learning Management System (LMS), Collaborate, Respondus, to name but a few. QM adequately addresses course design but there is more to teaching than just course design and that involves the strategies faculty use to motivate our students and create an effective learning environment. Using AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) strategies in the past has been most commonly associated with face to face classrooms. More recently, students are looking towards hybrid and online classes for their degree requirements. With technology at our fingertips, why can’t we as educators conduct truly virtual classrooms while still using the researched AVID strategies? This presentation will be a facilitated discussion in which attendees and presenters can converse with open dialog and through collaborative discussions. The presenters will showcase examples of virtual classrooms and discuss the strategies that were utilized.
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