Lessons from the Front Lines of Online and Blended Instruction

Quite a few rapid changes have taken place in instruction at Georgia State the last year and a half. We’ve all learned a lot as faculty have risen to the occasion with truly creative and effective instructional methods that we can share to ensure best practices across student learning at the university. Join us in building this lessons learned toolbox for online and blended instruction.

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Resources to Help Students Prepare for Online Classes

These resources help students adopt positive behaviors to help make a semester involving online learning successful.


Previous Sessions

Getting Maximum Educational Value from In-Person Blended Class Sessions

This semester has been challenging and instructors and students are adapting to the blended learning model. Join us for a faculty conversation panel with faculty teaching using the blended learning model in small and large-enrollment courses.
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Unmasking the New Face of Community in the Online Classroom

Join faculty for a roundtable discussion on strategies for creating a community in your online courses! How can we help our students feel connected in their learning experience online? What do the best teachers do to create a sense of community in their online courses? Join GSU online teaching experts to discuss their strategies for building and sustaining community using iCollege and other external tools.
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Faculty Panel – GSU Teaching at its Best: Faculty Tips for Online and Blended Teaching Success

Join Jess Jones (Art & Design), Miranda Hawks (Nursing), Sarah Clark (Neuroscience), Jonathan Godbey (Finance) for Faculty Tips for Online and Blended Teaching Success.
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WCET Webinar – Regular and Substantive Interaction

Are you curious about how interaction is defined for online courses? If so, please review the WCET webinar “Regular and Substantive Interaction” from Nov. 13th featuring Russ Poulin and Van Davis (WICHE Cooperative for Educational Technologies, a division of the
Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education).

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Engaging Students Synchronously Using Webex

Carolyn Curasi (Marketing) and Tracy Ediger (Biology) talk about their non-required synchronous student support sessions followed by a demo on using Webex breakout rooms and polling features with Julie Chahboune (RCB Career Advancement Center).

Recordings from “GSU Teaching at its Best” Week >