Keeping Students Engaged in a Transition to Online Learning
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE MARCH 26TH WEBINAR: HOW TO SURVIVE YOUR (HURRIED) SWITCH TO ONLINE DELIVERY USING UDL
As educators across the country and at all levels rush to shift their teaching to a virtual environment, their first focus is content and delivery—rightly so. Once that course starts, it becomes increasingly important for faculty to create a community in the online course by focusing on social, cognitive, and teaching presence from the proven framework of the Community of Inquiry. Of equal importance is arming faculty with how to identify online at-risk student behaviors that, if mitigated, can lead to better course outcomes and satisfaction for faculty and students, alike.
This session will help you identify ways to proactively keep your students engaged in an online environment (course) and also what data to be looking out for to help mitigate attrition.