MENGES AWARD RECIPIENT. This session presents faculty development strategies to transform instructors' perceptions and practices of online course design and teaching. We explore: Which methods utilized in a blended faculty learning community, categorized by the presences of the Community of Inquiry framework, had the most impact on participants' perceptions and practices of online course design and teaching? Why were these methods impactful? The answers speak to the roles that community engagement and a reflexive process of "looking inward" play in navigating personal and institutional change. Learn research-tested, practical techniques that establish Teaching, Cognitive, and Social presence to inspire teaching transformation.
- Date: November 13, 2020
- Presenters: Karen Skibba Maria Widmer
- Session type: On-demand research
- Topic: Online, Hybrid, and/or Asynchronous Teaching & Learning
Distance and/or Asynchronous Teaching & Learning
Faculty Professional Development
Online, Hybrid, and/or Asynchronous Teaching & Learning
Teaching with Technology SIG
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