Online educators often get overwhelmed by the endless tasks they need to complete. In this episode, learn about the benefits of creating guidance assets to help student’s self-manage and set expectations, while also helping online teachers manage their high workload.
Teaching online can be overwhelming and interfere with work-life balance. In the first part of this three-part series, Dr. Bethanie Hansen discusses teaching strategies to help online educators prioritize their time by engaging students first.
When teaching in the online classroom, instructors must work hard to connect with students and set expectations for the course. Learn the benefits of technology and how to ask Socratic questions to enhance critical thinking.
Feedback is an important part of online learning. In this episode, learn how to garner feedback based on students’ work, tips on giving effective feedback, and why feedback is a critical part of the learning process for both students and teachers.
Online students often need extra help and support. In this episode, Dr. Bethanie Hansen shares tips to effectively communicate with students, be flexible, and provide support to help them succeed in the virtual classroom.
Online educators can get so caught up in completing tasks and meeting deadlines that they often feel like they don’t have time for the big or important things. In this episode, Dr. Bethanie Hansen talks about the importance of reflection to assess one’s values and priorities.
Being an online educator means you can work anywhere, anytime. As a result, it often feels like the workday never ends, which can lead to exhaustion and burnout. In this episode, learn the importance of maintaining a healthy routines.
Online faculty often feel disconnected from the institution and peers. In this episode, Dr. Bethanie Hansen provides tips and strategies for building community among faculty members to help them feel connected, informed and engaged.