The Teaching Pedagogy offerings are intended to assist instructors teaching in varying modes, whether in a fully online, blended, or face-to-face course. The workshops listed below offer a variety of topics in the areas of teaching with technology, assessement, course evaluation, and Ignatian pedagogy.
While these workshops are self-paced, staff in the Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy are happy to meet with individuals in need of one-on-one assistance in any of these areas. For questions or comments, please email email@example.com.
- Assessment Basics (Fall 2013)
- Presenting Materials Online (Fall 2013)
This workshop will give you a brief overview of the different tools that we recommend for presenting online materials, and how each of the tools differs in terms of functionality. We will give you a brief demonstration on how materials are created in a variety of software options, including Articulate Presenter, Adobe Presenter, Camtasia, and Adobe Connect.
- Active Learning Strategies for Online Content (Late Fall 2013)
With so many online distractions, it's difficult to know if a student is staying engaged with materials placed online in an online or blended course. This workshop will cover strategies that can be used to keep students active and engaged with online materials. Some advanced features of Articulate Presenter, Adobe Presenter, Camtasia, and Adobe Connect will be presented, including how to embed interactive quizzes, polls, and content to promote active learning. It is strongly recommended that participants attend the Presenting Materials Online workshop prior to attending this workshop, as we will not have time to cover the basics of each of the tools during this workshop.
- IDEA Training for Staff (Fall 2013)
- Online Groups (Fall 2013)
Group projects in an online course can help build community and reduce the degree of isolation many students feel when participating virtually. This session provides best practices for using groups in online courses and goes over examples of what types of activities have been successfully employed.
- Collaboration Tools (Fall 2013)
Trying to decide what type of communication and collaboration tools will best fit your educational objectives? This brief overview provides the advantages and challenges to the various collaboration tools inherent in Sakai and discusses some assignments that might be used for the various technologies.