Short Bite: Moving Your Classroom Online Quickly (EP:15)

Mayo Clinic Educator's Central

11-04-2020 • 7 minutos

Short Bite: Moving Your Classroom Online Quickly (EP:15) With Stacy Craft, M.Ed & Metta Kuehntopp, M.Ed. We revisit our last topic and condense it for you into a short bite. Learn about all the great strategies from the full episode, condensed into less than ten minutes. Across the globe, educators are being asked to move their curricula online practically overnight. This can be a very stressful challenge. Don’t fret though! There are some things that just about everyone can do to help make the transition a little smoother, and maintain some of the spirit of your original brick and mortar classroom. In this episode, Senior Instructional Designers Metta Kuehntopp and Stacy Craft summarize some of the things that you can do today to make this move.  Questions? Feedback? Ideas? Contact us at Additional Resources Connecting with Students Skype –Free Chat app - Zoom – Free meeting app, up to 40 minutes, there is also a pay option for unlimited time – Google Hangouts –Free chat and video sharing app - Slack – Free chat app with extended paid options - Building Community in Your Classroom Screen-O-Matic – Free screen recording Web App – FlipGrid – Free Video Discussion Board App – Open Board – Free Whiteboard App – Voicethread – paid interactive discussion app– How to use Discussion boards - Edublog – Free blog site for education Teaching with Blogs - Keeping Stress from Evolving into Distress: A Guide on Managing Student Stress through Course Design - Virtual Break out Rooms – When to Use it and When Not to - Virtual Classroom Tool Design Basics: Breakout Rooms- Tips for Using your Phone to Record Video - Going Online in a Hurry! (Pedagogical Strategy and Support) Responding to Novel Coronavirus: A Faculty Triage Guide for Decision Making - Emergency Remote Instruction Checklist: QM - Keep Teaching During Prolonged Classroom Closure - Keep Teaching Strategies and Considerations from Northern Illinois University - Evolving list of resources from Universities and Institutions globally of resources for online/remote education information- Quick guide for Emergency Remote Instruction from Boston College - So You Want to Temporarily Teach Online: Prepare to Move Online (in a Hurry): What is Online Learning; Hybrid Pedagogy - Get and Keeps Learning Engaged in an Online Classroom - https://learningsolutionsmag.