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Best Practices for Online Teaching: Part 2


Best Practices in Online Teaching: Part 2


This session will provide additional best practices for online teaching. It will include strategies for assessing student learning (formative and summative), and techniques for creating accessible and inclusive course materials.

Led by: The University of Pittsburgh's School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, Office of Online Learning. The OOL collaborates with faculty to design and develop fully-online courses and programs.


Learning Objectives

  • Distinguish between traditional and non-traditional online assessments.
  • Define strategies for assessing student engagement and participation.
  • Identify digital accessibility course design practices

Agenda
  • 5 minutes    Welcome & Introductions
  • 10 minutes  Assessment Practices: Traditional and Non-Traditional
  • 15 minutes  Assessing Student Engagement and Participation
  • 15 minutes  Digital Accessibility
  • 25 minutes  Questions & Discussions

Speakers

Katy Holt
University of Pittsburgh

Katy Holt, is the Instructional Technologist at Pitt’s School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences. She’s passionate about finding resourceful, needs-driven solutions to challenges and is excited to collaborate on projects related to teaching and learning.

Disclosures:
Financial: Salary from University of Pittsburgh, Paid an honorarium by CAPCSD for presenting this webinar
Non-Financial: None

Rae Mancilla, Ed.D
University of Pittsburgh

Rae Mancilla, Ed.D, is a Senior Instructional Designer with the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh. In addition, she is a Quality Matters Reviewer, Middle States Evaluator, and IBSTPI Scholar. Her research interests include the professional development of instructional designers, digital accessibility, and language learning and technology.

Disclosures:
Financial: Salary from University of Pittsburgh, Paid an honorarium by CAPCSD for presenting this webinar
Non-Financial: None

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