"Observing Online Teaching" Webinar: Oct 27 at 10am Pacific
Ever wonder how you might observe online teaching or be observed while teaching online? Faculty often share teaching experiences with colleagues and exchange ideas and suggestions. Many invite colleagues into their classrooms as co-facilitators or guest lecturers or even as observers and are then able to discuss what seems to work and why. Sometimes this seems more difficult to do in an online course.
The Centre for Teaching and Educational Technologies has arranged participation in a one-hour webinar from Innovative Educators, How To Observe & Evaluate Faculty In The Online Classroom, on Thursday, October 27 at 10:00am. You can participate from your own desktop.
Link to join (event password: observe - logins allowed up to 30 minutes prior to the start time). If that link doesn't work, try this secondary link, click on Event Center, then the name of the workshop, and use the same password.
Among the listed webinar objectives are:
- Define the core instructor behaviors that denote effective online teaching
- Complete a self-evaluation to help improve online teaching
- List five key online teaching behaviors that nearly always “count” toward employment/promotion decisions
A Free Resource offered: What the Best Online Teachers Should Do
Support Information and a Resource List are available as file downloads below.
If you cannot make it to the webinar and are interested in the topic, we will make the recording available to you at a later date.