This webinar was developed by the ITE Transportation Education Council
Transitioning to remote online teaching introduces a host of challenges from the perspective of both the instructor and the student population. One of the key decisions that has a pronounced impact on numerous aspects of courses delivery is whether to deliver instruction synchronously or asynchronously. Synchronous instruction occurs in real-time, with students typically receiving instruction through a video-conferencing platform. Asynchronous instruction leverages pre-recorded content, which the students can access at any time.
Both methods of delivery introduce a series of advantages and disadvantages for both the student and instructor, including the resources required for effective implementation, as well as the manner in which communication and feedback is facilitated. This webinar will provide an introduction to remote teaching, including a broad overview of differences between in-person and online delivery, as well as subtle differences based upon the delivery method. An interactive format will allow for faculty and students to share diverse perspectives on how to navigate the challenges posed by online instruction, particularly in consideration of how such issues are exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
At the conclusion of this webinar, participants should be able to:
- Identify opportunities and challenges that arise with online instruction as compared to in-person instruction
- Differentiate between synchronous and asynchronous online course delivery
- Develop and deliver online courses that are appropriate for different audiences and topic areas
- Peter Savolainen, P.E., MSU Foundation Professor | Michigan State University
- Edward Smaglik, P.E., Professor | Northern Arizona University
ITE Members: Free
This includes an archived recording with access for 30 days, webinar evaluation, 1.0 PDH credits and a certificate of completion
Who Should Attend:
- Assistant Professor
- Associate Professor
- Academic Administrator
How to earn PDH Credit:
The certificate of completion and 1.0 PDH credits will be made available to the registrant after you have attended the webinar and the evaluation has been completed.
Recordings are available for 30 days following the day of the live event for anyone who registers for the course. Additional attendees at one location are not eligible to earn PDH credit for viewing an archived recording.
Policy: Once this webinar recording is made available on-demand it will have a shelf life of 60 days to view before it is archived. Register Now before it's too late! Registration closes one hour prior to webinar start.
Last Day to Register: December 31, 2020.