Regardless of educational mode (face-to-face, online, or hybrid), lectures, discussions, and group work are popular (and effective) strategies to promote student learning and engagement. While most faculty can effectively facilitate these pedagogical strategies in the face-to-face classroom, adopting the same approach to online teaching is often challenging. Simply put, best practices in face-to-face teaching do not seamlessly transfer to the online classroom’s unique context. While the online classroom offers a wide range of synchronous and asynchronous strategies for content delivery, interaction, and engagement, successful implementation requires an understanding of the challenges inherent in remote teaching. As well as the opportunities offered through technology-mediated learning–to maximize the value of any pedagogical strategy, it must be implemented effectively. In this webinar, we will explore best practices for utilizing lectures, discussions, and group work in the online classroom. For each strategy, we will examine concrete instructional approaches for implementation in either a synchronous or asynchronous online format.
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