Building your presence and persona as an instructor is incredibly important in an online classroom. Learn ways to develop a strong presence with students.
Teaching online can be inherently depersonalized. In this episode, learn about the value of authenticity and building teaching and social presence.
You never know when emergencies or illness may strike. Learn tips to help online educators prepare for unexpected absences, illnesses, or other emergencies.
Educators must understand students’ experience. Hear steps to map a learner journey like designing pathways, mapping skills gap, and establishing a clear goal.
The pandemic caused a major disruption to education. Learn how student affairs’ professionals and teachers can help students navigate these changes.
Learn the signs of burnout including exhaustion, cynicism and inefficacy and ways to rebuild your emotional strength, manage your energy, and find satisfaction in your work again.
While offering online courses was a new endeavor for many institutions of higher learning, APU has been doing so for 30 years. Learn from President Dr. Kate Zatz about continuous improvements to technology and working to foster connections with students in an online environment.
Focusing on personal wellbeing can help educators reach their peak performance. Learn tips to help plan ahead for wellbeing to maintain energy and enthusiasm.