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

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 […]

To what extent do we incorporate learner agency into our classrooms? [Stewart Hase] More choice. More control.

#heutagogy For those with some time to spare, here is my Keynote at the SOTEL Symposium in Auckland a couple of weeks ago. https://t.co/5xj9Km2q3s — […]

The Dangers of “Teaching the Way We Best Learn” [Zakrajsek]

The Dangers of “Teaching the Way We Best Learn” — from scholarlyteacher.com by Todd Zakrajsek Excerpts: Not everyone sees the world as I do, and […]

For those involved with creating/enhancing learning spaces as they relate to pedagogies

From DSC — and with a shout out to Brad Sousa for this resource: For those involved with creating/enhancing learning spaces as they relate to […]

Overcoming the challenges of large courses [Weimer]

Overcoming the challenges of large courses — from teachingprofessor.com by Maryellen Weimer Excerpt: The course redesign promotes students’ engagement with a student response system, peer […]

“The teacher isn’t teaching and I’m having to teach myself the material” has three embedded misconceptions that need to be addressed. [Talbert]

Three thoughts on active learning and self-teaching — from rtalbert.org Robert Talbert “The teacher isn’t teaching and I’m having to teach myself the material” has […]

A two-part series from Educause re: inclusive design/accessibility [Gonzalez & O’Neil]

A two-part series from Educause regarding inclusive design/accessibility — with thanks to Ray Schroeder for his posting on this out on LinkedIn. Part I: A […]

Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy [Iowa State University]

Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy — from Iowa State University; with a shout out to Matt Miller for his blog posting entitled, “10 tips for lesson planning […]

How Two Institutions use Quality Matters and CourseArc for Course Design

Check out our webinar with Quality Matters on using CourseArc to meet the QM Standards. Quality courses use tools that engage all learners in multiple […]

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