Growth-Minded Pivot to Online Teaching [Smith & Zakrajsek]

Growth-Minded Pivot to Online Teaching— from scholarlyteacher.com by Kathryn Smith and Todd Zakrajsek Excerpt: What is essential when one starts to teach in an unfamiliar […]

Higher ed related resources for teaching remotely

COVID-19 Resources for Higher Ed — from EDUCAUSE With the help of the higher ed community, EDUCAUSE continues to compile resources to help you manage […]

Canvas Video Resources

Canvas Video Resources — from instructure.com Are you in the middle of #remotelearning, and could you use a refresher on how to do certain things […]

The Difference Between Emergency Remote Teaching & Online Learning [Hodges, Moore, Lockee, Trust, & Bond]

The Difference Between Emergency Remote Teaching and Online Learning — from er.educause.edu by Charles Hodges, Stephanie Moore, Barb Lockee, Torrey Trust and Aaron Bond Well-planned […]

[Just out] The Changing Landscape of Online Education (CHLOE) Survey

In its fourth year, the Changing Landscape of Online Education (CHLOE) Survey — conducted by Quality Matters and Eduventures Research — delved deeper into key […]

Learning ecosystems across the globe are going through massive changes! [Christian]

From DSC: Due to the impacts of the Coronavirus, learning ecosystems across the globe are going through massive changes! Each of us has our own […]

On the higher ed side, some resources for getting through this time of the Coronavirus

Sustaining Higher Education in the Coronavirus Crisis — from edsurge.com Excerpts: Online teaching tools and plans: A directory of websites set up by colleges to help their campus […]

QM Emergency Remote Instruction (ERI) Checklists: For K-12 & for Higher Education

Also see: QM Emergency Remote Instruction (ERI) Checklist for K-12 and for Higher Education

DSC: These items hit home to the world I live in…big time! What a riot!

From DSC: With a shout out to a colleague of mine for these resources:   DC: This hits home to the world I live in…big […]

Coronavirus has led to a rush of online teaching. Here’s some advice for newly remote instructors [Young & Stachowiak]

 Coronavirus has led to a rush of online teaching. Here’s some advice for newly remote instructors — from edsurge.com by Jeff Young & Bonni Stachowiak […]

For those of you who teach and/or give presentations, you might be interested in this new video regarding what’s called “cognitive load” [Christian]

From DSC: For those of you who teach and/or give presentations, you might be interested in a new video that I put together regarding cognitive […]

How online education went from teaching reform to economic necessity for colleges [Ubell]

How online education went from teaching reform to economic necessity for colleges — from edsurge.com by Robert Ubell Excerpt (emphasis DSC): When online was first […]

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