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

Instructional Continuity

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