Webinar - Keeping It Together: Coordinating Multi-Section, Multi-Modal Courses

Thu, 11/9/2017 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM | Online Meeting

LEARNING GOALS

After attending this webinar, attendees wil be able to:

  1. Understand the unique challenges of coordinating multiple sections of a course with multi-modal delivery (online and hybrid).
  2. Appreciate the value of course coordination to enhance delivery and student learning outcomes. 
  3. Identify good practices for providing ongoing training and support for instructor development.
  4. Consider opportunities for instructors teaching any course to leverage technology effectively.

In this webinar, Dr. Melissa Beers, Program Director for the Department of Psychology, and her colleague, lecturer Dr. Kristin Supe, will present an overview of their work coordinating and teaching the multi-section Introduction to Psychology course (Psych 1100) in both online and hybrid formats.

Serving over 3,000 students per year poses a range of logistical and pedagogical challenges, which are likely familiar to many instructors across Ohio State campuses. Beers and Supe will share their department's distinctive ways of solving those challenges, along with their research into best practices for teaching introductory students, and take questions from attendees facing similar challenges in their work.


Presented by the Distance Education Learning and Teaching Academy (DELTA).


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