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Teaching Online: Facilitation and Engagement

TILT Facilitators
An online, facilitated, mostly asynchronous short course focused on fostering a supportive classroom community, engaging students, and developing feedback and assessment strategies, with attention to doing so effectively in large-enrollment sections. This short course aligns with the Classroom Climate, Instructional Strategies, and Feedback & Assessment domains of the TILT Teaching Effectiveness Framework. Participant time: 9 hours over 3 weeks.

Course Outcomes: Participants will be able to...
  • Identify and plan how you will use at least two new strategies to build a welcoming and supportive classroom community using Canvas. Choose what fits best for you, your students, and your content.
  • Discuss ideas for intentionally creating a positive classroom climate in your online course.
  • Identify one or two new strategies to foster student participation in your courses.
  • Create a video to engage students.
  • Choose formative (e.g., frequent low stakes) assessment techniques you might use in a medium- or large-enrollment course.
  • Identify summative assessments you might use in a medium- or large-enrollment course.
  • Identify strategies to provide feedback on assessments in a manageable way in medium- to large-enrollment courses.
Dates and Times:
October 5 - October 25, 2020 7:00 AM
Registration Deadline: September 30, 2020 07:00 AM
Registration is closed.
Available Sessions:
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Canvas - Asynchronous Online
Learn More:
Barb Maynard, (970) 491-7761, Barbara.Maynard@colostate.edu