Instructional Continuity, Teaching with Technology

Resources for Creating Asynchronous Courses Elements

Working asynchronously in a remote teaching and learning situation means that the instructor and the students are not required to meet simultaneously in order to participate in the course fully or to fulfill the learning objectives of the course. Despite not meeting together at the same time, students and instructors continue to interact regularly and… Continue reading Resources for Creating Asynchronous Courses Elements

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From the GA Desk: Online Teaching Tips

by Konnor Brennan, Graduate Assistant, Reinert Center Taking a summer to convert a face-to-face course to an online course can leave an instructor feeling crunched for time. Doing it in a week, while managing many other tasks, is a stressful experience with many challenges. Below are a few tips to promote success for instructors and… Continue reading From the GA Desk: Online Teaching Tips

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Moving Exam Content Online

In traditional, face-to-face learning environments, instructors typically assess student learning through formative check-in activities and exams. These activities help measure student and instructor performance in a course and often comprise a substantial portion of a student’s grade. How can you go about replicating these activities and assessing students in online formats? Below are strategies and… Continue reading Moving Exam Content Online

From the Director, Teaching with Technology

Instructional Continuity

Given the increase in coronavirus cases in the US and abroad, we find ourselves in an unusual circumstance that asks us to act with concern and consideration toward everyone in our community and with a commitment to finding new ways to create and experience knowledge. At its most basic definition, “instructional continuity” means 1) that… Continue reading Instructional Continuity

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Upcoming Event: Ignatian Pedagogy Institute

Ignatian Pedagogy Institute: Ignatian Discernment and Intellectual Inquiry for Enhanced Teaching and Learning Monday, March 9, Il Monastero During this day-long institute, participants will increase and deepen their knowledge of Ignatian pedagogy as an extension of Ignatian spirituality through the lenses of discernment and inquiry. Through multiple interactive sessions, participants will engage in studied decision making… Continue reading Upcoming Event: Ignatian Pedagogy Institute