Transforming Teaching and Learning from f2f to Online Environments
Wednesday, November 11th, 2015
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Laboratory Sciences 201, Danforth Campus
University-level courses can be taught in a variety of forms, from fully face-to-face (f2f) to fully online. Even when teaching fully face-to-face, instructors also often use an online medium, such as a learning management system, to provide their students with course materials that are traditionally taught during class time in order to spend class time on active-learning activities without sacrificing course content.
This workshop will provide participants with an understanding of the foundational design structures for course content and a framework for transforming this content for online presentation.
This workshop will be offered in a blended format. Workshop participants will complete an activity prior coming to the shorter, in-person session, as well as a follow-up activity. All three components must be completed to receive a certificate of participation that can be used toward Teaching Center professional development programs, such as The Teaching Citation: 1) pre-workshop activity, 2) workshop session, 3) post-workshop activity.