The Goizueta Online Teaching Academy is an intensive one-day workshop designed to give you the fundamentals of designing and teaching online and hybrid courses. You will engage both synchronously and asynchronously, experiencing best practices and strategies for online, blended, and hybrid teaching and learning.
Intensive. Interactive. And Necessary.
What you will learn
- Define learning management system (LMS).
- Explore the basic capabilities of an LMS.
- Set up your course navigation menu using best practices.
- Recognize resources for teaching and technology support.
- Define and estimate course contact hours.
- Effectively screen capture.
- Create and submit a pdf to Canvas.
- Explore the principles of online course design using the ADDIE model.
- Discuss the importance of online course development and organization.
- Consider instructional design templates for course and module planning.
- Explore “chunking” as a design and teaching strategy and discuss its importance.
- Develop effective learning outcomes and objectives.
- Plan the use of instructional video in your course development strategy.
- Identify, evaluate, and practice strategies for planning and creating instructional video.
- Identify your specific needs and match them to appropriate video solutions.
- Be familiar with video resources, options, support, and planning paths.
- Produce an instructional video independently.
- Align assessments to learning objectives and outcomes.
- Develop strategies for planning assignments and assessments using an LMS.
- Consider and plan for various assessment types in your course.
- Discuss grading strategies.
- Become familiar with course analytics for continuous improvement.
- Explore presence and interaction as effective strategies for engagement.
- List strategies that contribute to building the classroom as a learning community.
- Write an effective discussion question for an online class.
- Analyze best practices for facilitating online discussion.
- Consider if using a discussion rubric is appropriate for your online class.
- Review module and course planning.
- Discuss accessibility and universal design for online courses.
- Consider copyright for the online classroom.
Who Should AttendInstructors who want to learn the fundamentals of course design in order to optimize course content and improve student engagement and learning in hybrid or online courses
How You Will LearnLearn by doing in this interactive workshop that incorporates synchronous and asynchronous content and activities throughout the day
Why GoizuetaEnd the day with a Q&A with a panel of Goizueta faculty that completed the academy over the summer and hear how they've transitioned to online and hybrid teaching
Stephanie Parisi has more than ten years of experience in education, instructional technology, and instructional design. She supports faculty as they prepare to design and teach online, hybrid, and blended courses, and has provided hundreds of individual online teaching and instructional design consultations. Parisi has been at the forefront of several innovative teaching projects at Emory, including MOOCs and Teach-Outs, and she has presented at professional conferences, including the Online Learning Consortium, eLearning Stakeholders and Researchers Summit (eSTARS), Ed-Media, Coursera Partner's Conference, Association for Educational Communications and Technology, and has published in Online Cl@ssroom.