This past May, CTLA hosted a timely and unique faculty summer institute, focused on helping faculty engage students in remote learning environments. The four half-day institute focused on teaching, learning, and technology. Each day we conversed about a variety of topics that resourced faculty with timely strategies and teaching practices that are effective in a remote learning environment. The first two days were focused on synchronous (real-time) strategies, and the latter two days were focused on asynchronous (self-paced) strategies.
- Fostering Hospitable Learning Environments
- Actively Engaging Students
- 5 Equity-Based Strategies to Amplify Learning & Engagement in the Online Environment
- Faith & Technology and Pre-Production
- Recording with Screencastify & PowerPoint
- Sharing and Managing Videos