Webinar, Breaking the humdrum of "Post Once and Reply to Two Others"
|Date/Time:||Wednesday, 22 Jul 2020 from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm|
|Location:||Online only - via Quality Matters|
|Channel:||Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching|
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During the webinar, you will:
Explore the three key components of discussions -- prompts, post/reply instructions and grading
Learn to troubleshoot your discussions
Examine alternative discussion formats, including reflections, case studies, timeline collaborations, and debates
Review best practices for each discussion format
Connect discussion formats to QM Specific Review Standards and UDL Guidelines
It's time to mix things up and provide students with discussions that promote engagement. Register for the next free QM Success Story to find out how! The webinar will be live captioned.
About the Facilitators
Lisa Kidder, Ph.D., is the Quality+ Program Manager at Idaho State University. She has over 20 years of experience working in online education as well as both higher education and K-12 teaching experience. Today, Lisa focuses on ways to improve teaching and learning with technology.
Mark Cooper, M.B.A., is an Instructional Technologist at Idaho State University. He works with faculty to create new online courses and improve existing ones, with a specific focus on using activities that promote active learning and engagement to improve the online experience. Mark brings over 14 years of experience as an instructional designer to the position.
*Register to view this webinar on your own*
Register via the Webinar, Breaking the umdrum of "Post Once and Reply to Two Others" registration webpage.
Learn more about QM via the Quality Matters at Iowa State University website.
This event is promoted ISU's Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching. Learn more via the CELT website.