This is the first in a series of four blog posts where I’d like to share different areas related to building teacher credibility.
Missouri Online instructional designers will begin using “learning outcome” instead of “learning objective” to describe the student-centered measurable and specific statements used to define the
Organizing expert Marie Kondo has built an empire on the idea of “the life-changing magic of tidying up.” I can’t promise that you will only be able to keep items in your course site that “spark joy,”
Watch this video to learn about a few of the interesting things Luis Polo-Parada has done in his online Sports Performance Physiology Course.
When you introduce a new lesson, explain how it fits into the flow of your course—how it builds on what has already been covered or lays a foundation for what follows.
A lot of showing and demonstrating can be done in an online environment. Students can collaborate and build on what they share in an online course. If you think either of these are tricky or not