More students are electing to take online courses than ever before. Where does one find information how to teach such courses? Brian Udermann addressed these concerns at a workshop September 23, 2011, introducing online teaching at UW-L and how to go get started, The event was geared towards faculty and staff who are considering developing and teaching online courses.
For more specific information about training, preparation, or support for Online Teaching at UW-L, check the information located under the Faculty Resources sidebar at http://www.uwlax.edu/online.
Here is content from a workshop presented by Bryan Kopp and Bill Cerbin Friday, September 16, exploring techniques that can be applied to effectively use feedback to improve both student learning and performance.
Here are slides from the conference keynote address, Invigorating Student Learning: How Should Students Study? presented by Dr. Regan A. R. Gurung, Professor of Human Development and Psychology, UW-Green Bay on September 2nd, 2011.
Here are slides of a presentation exploring the CLASSE as a tool that can be used to explore student engagement at the classroom level, an adaptation of the NSSE, National Survey of Student Engagement.
If you are interested in participating in a pilot use of this tool, please contact Patrick Barlow, x5-6867.