Engage in CELT’s 2020 Summer Programming
Course Design: Design, re-design, and maximize your online courses!
- We are at capacity for each of the CELT’s Summer Course Design Institutes (Jun. 22-25, Jul. 13-16, Aug.3-6) and we encourage you to attend the CELT Condensed Course Design Clinic, Aug. 11 (8 a.m.-12:15 p.m.) Register for the Clinic via this August 11 Webex registration form.
- Discover the top 10 tips for creating accessible course content, Jun. 29 (12:10-1 p.m.), or Aug. 6 (3:10-4 p.m.)
- Incorporating active learning into online teaching, Jul. 23 (12:10-1 p.m.), or Aug. 12 (3:10-4 p.m.)
- Introduction to blended teaching, Jul. 8, 15, 22, & 29 (3:10-4 p.m.)
- Online Course Essentials (ONCE) using the ISU course template, Jun. 30 (2-3:15 p.m.), Jul. 30 (1-2:15 p.m.), or submit a departmental ONCE course design workshop request form.
- Quality Matters: Improving your online course, Jul. 10 (9 a.m.-1 p.m.), or Aug. 13 (9 a.m.-1 p.m.)
- Strategies for quizzes & exams in Canvas, Jul. 14 (3-4 p.m.), Jul. 29 (1-2 p.m.), Aug. 13 (9-10 a.m.)
Technology Tools & Strategies: Enhance your teaching, no matter the modality!
- Choose your instructional tool adventure. Held weekly on Thursdays, Jun. 18-Aug. 11 (3-3:30 p.m.)
Engage Students: With the content, instructor, and fellow students
- Effectively managing disruptive conduct in learning spaces, Aug. 5 (12:10-1 p.m.)
- Series, Online Team-Based learning (TBL) (Meghan Gillette), Jun. 23, 24 & 25 (1-4 p.m.)
Equity & Inclusion: Enhance your teaching practices
- Building an inclusive & learner-centered syllabus, Jul. 21 (3:10-4 p.m.), or Aug. 6 (1:10-2 p.m.)
- Create an inclusive learning environment, Jun. 30 (12:10-1 p.m.), or Aug. 6 (2:10-3 p.m.)
- Navigating controversial topics in the classroom, Aug. 5 (2:10-3 p.m.)
Mindfulness & Contemplative Pedagogy: Deepen awareness and insight
- Student online learning during COVID-19: The benefits of mindfulness, Jul. 22 (1-2 p.m.)
Summer Institute on Scientific Teaching Webinar Series
- Tips and tricks for building online courses, Jun. 19 (3-4 p.m.)
- Conceptualizing diversity in higher education (Summer Institute on Scientific Teaching Series), Jun. 26 (3-4 p.m.)
- Taking field experiences online, Jun. 30 (1-2 p.m.)
- Fostering student motivation, Jul. 3 (3-4 p.m.)
- How flipped classes can transition seamlessly to remote instruction, Jul 10 (3-4 p.m.)
Use the Bridge to Quality: A QM online course design guide
Unknowns may be the new normal, but your commitment to quality remains unchanged. Now is the time to prepare for whatever comes next — the time to focus on quality online course design. Take your course to the next level and support student success by using the “Bridge to Quality: A QM Online Course Design Guide.” The web-based guide provides a step-by-step approach to complete the hands-on, iterative work that is central to creating a quality course. This includes:
- Alignment of foundational course elements
- Promoting engaged, active learning
- Creative work and organization to develop the course within a digital learning environment (LMS)
If you’re looking for a way forward from Emergency Remote Instruction that is rooted in QM Standards and focused on the learning experience, this guide is just what you need.
QM Members — be on the lookout in July for an extended version of this guide that will include references to teaching action items related to quality course design.