Shifting from an in-person to an online classroom requires different pedagogical approaches and skill sets. Below are curated lists of helpful articles, videos, and tutorials.
Websites & Articles
- University of Minnesota features an excellent list of strategies specific to higher education including how to create effective learning experiences online, ideas for learning activities, assessing student learning and more. Visit Teaching Resources at University of Minnesota’s Center for Innovation.
- From Harvard Business Publishing the website, Teaching Online Resources features a good selection of articles, guides, and recorded webinars.
- Teachonline.ca is a website geared to online educators in higher education and features a robust list of resources and tools.
- This article gives insight about what it’s like to teach online, Online teaching: a reflection, featured in The Journal of Classics Teaching.
- Speaking’ to Students with Audio Feedback in Online Courses is a blog post I wrote about the value of providing feedback to online learners using audio tools.
- Though dated, the article provides solid strategies for communicating with online students. There is also helpful information on using rubrics for structuring feedback for students: How to Provide Fair and Effective Feedback in Asynchronous Courses.
Videos and Tutorials
- Though dated, this series of videos from COFA at the University of South Wales (UNSW), on YouTube includes several videos on practical strategies for teaching online both in Higher Ed and K-12. It provides suggestions based on sound pedagogical practices and recommends strategies for using technology to reach and engage students.
- This video from the COFA series is specific to high schoolers, though it also applies to higher education, Using online communities to foster collaboration in visual arts.