30 January 2017

Assignment Transparency (Video Recording)

We are now providing video sessions of all of our training. 

Below you will find a video on Assignment Transparency by Jennifer Hunter which was presented on January 24th, 2017.

Assignment Transparency: Making your assignments explicitly clear for students so they know the purpose, task, and criteria for success.


 

Why Assignment Transparency? https://www.unlv.edu/sites/default/files/page_files/27/Provost-FacultyTransparentAssgntTemplate-2016.pdf

How Do I Make My Assignments Transparent: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bx9gwh3MRThONG9RY3NDdDVhTG8/view


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26 January 2017

February Training Schedule

SUU Online offers training on the following topics: instructional design, Canvas tools, online course development & design, etc. We typically offer weekly training. 

All workshops are held at 2:00 pm in the Bennion Building third-floor conference room. (BB304H)

Note: We recommend you bring your own laptop or device for participation or note-taking.

2/8/17: Create Engaging Online Discussions

Discussions are the way we potentially facilitate high engagement among online learners. But, there are a few practices that need to be followed in order to achieve this. Learn how to create an effective online discussion in this 50-minute seminar. Presented by Mark Atkinson

2/14/17 &2/15/17: How to Make your Video Presentations Pop!

Learn to use Acano, Hangouts, GoToMeeting, and others. Presented by Shane Flanigan

2/21/17 & 2/22/17: Building Transparency Into Your Course or Theory of Margin

Your students live busy lives. They have a great burden placed on them, and you are adding to it. This workshop identifies some ways that you can make life a little easier for your students while maintaining high academic standards in your course. Presented by Karl Stevens

2/28/17 & 3/1/17: Design and Development of Learning Activities

Learn how to create, design, and/or develop learning activities that provide opportunities for interaction and support active learning and that promote the achievement of stated learning objectives. (Canvas secrets, keyboard shortcuts in Speedgrader, Extra Credit Quiz - red binder) Presented by Jennifer Hunter

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19 January 2017

January Training Schedule

SUU Online offers training on the following topics: instructional design, Canvas tools, online course development & design, etc. We typically offer weekly training.

All workshops are held at 2:00 pm in the Bennion Building third-floor conference room. (BB304H)

Note: We recommend you bring your own laptop or device for participation or note-taking.

1/17/17: Backwards Design (Recording Available)

Backward Design is a method of designing a course by establishing outcomes first. Alignment between outcomes, assessments, objectives, and activities is achieved through sequencing. Presented by Jennifer Hunter

1/24/17: Assignment Transparency

Making your assignments explicitly clear for students so they know the purpose, task, and criteria for success. Presented by Jennifer Hunter

1/31/17: Building a Better Online Course

Learn about how to apply online quality course standards in your own courses. We will discuss several key components of quality online courses such as building community and instructor presence. We will look at the resources available to you as you design and develop your course. Presented by Michelle T. Miller

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18 January 2017

Backward Design Training (Video Recording)


We are now providing video sessions of all of our training. 

Below you will find a two-part training on Backward Design by Jennifer Hunter which was presented on January 17th, 2017. 

Backward Design is a method of designing a course by establishing outcomes first. Alignment between outcomes, assessment, objectives, and activities is achieved through sequencing. 

Part I (14 Minutes)



Part II (7 Minutes)




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