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Digital by Design: Practical Strategies for Teaching in Summer 2022 Workshop II: Designing Assessments & Activities

May 3 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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Presented by Teaching & Learning Office, Faculty of Arts & Science

Instructors teaching in Summer 2022 are invited to join the Online Learning Academy for a series of virtual workshops informed by our own teaching experience and our work supporting A&S instructors with their online and in-person courses. The workshop series is framed around three key elements of course design and delivery:

Workshop I: Setting Expectations – Monday, May 2, 2022, 2–3:30 pm EDT
Effective practices for calibrating instructor and student expectations of course workload, communication, and conduct in an accessible and inclusive learning environment.

Workshop II: Designing Assessments & Activities – Tuesday, May 3, 2022, 2–3:30 pm EDT
Effective practices for designing and implementing assessments and activities that support learning outcomes and promote accessibility and academic integrity.

Workshop III: Fostering Collaboration & Community – Friday, May 6, 2022, 10–11:30 am EDT
Effective practices for fostering student engagement and a strong learning community in the remote and in-person classroom.

During each 90-minute workshop, members of the Teaching & Learning (T&L) and Teaching Technology Support (TTS) teams will facilitate discussions and answer questions about structuring an effective course, choosing appropriate educational technology tools, and integrating important A&S policies related to teaching and learning. Instructors can also book one-on-one consultations for additional pedagogical and technical support.

Please fill out the registration form (hyperlinked below) to indicate which online workshop(s) you would like to attend and what initial question(s) you have. Zoom links will be sent to all registered participants.

The registration form consists of nine (9) questions and will take approximately five (5) minutes to complete.

Register for the Summer Instructor Workshop Series

View Upcoming Summer Instructor Workshop Series at FAS’s Teaching & Learning Office