Teaching Tuesdays: Welcome Back!
The P3 Collaboratory is pleased to continue “Teaching Tuesdays,” our weekly series centered around best practices for remote instruction and teaching effectiveness.
Welcome back to campus, virtually or in-person! Fall 2020 promises to be a semester unlike any other and the P3 Collaboratory is committed to supporting you through it.
But, first, we need your input: Help us support you by letting us know what you need most right now! Please click on the link below to fill out a brief survey on how we can support your teaching this semester (it will take under a minute to complete).
INSTRUCTIONAL & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT NEEDS SURVEY
If you don’t see a survey option that encompasses your present needs, or you want to provide us with more detailed feedback, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org (or contact us via our website). We appreciate all your suggestions.
If you are new to campus or have been away from your email, please review the topics our Summer 2020 Teaching Tuesday series covered. We hope you find these entries helpful.
Aligning Digital Assessment to Course Learning Goals
Preparing an Online Course Orientation
Racism in the Academy and Anti-Racist Pedagogy: Post 1, Post 2
Establishing Presence and Building Community
How to Organize an Effective Online Course Structure
Developing Dynamic Discussion Boards
Assessing Participation Online
Finally, a reminder of our upcoming synchronous SMARTeaching workshops. Click on the links to register!
September 8 @ 11am (1.5 hours): Intro to Teaching Online: Best Practices for Supporting Student Learning
Featuring Prof. Manu Chander (English, SASN) and led by instructional design staff from the Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT) division.
September 15 @ 11am (1.5 hours): Creating Accessible Online Content: Text, Documents, Images and Videos
Featuring Prof. Hyacinth Miller (African American and African Studies, Political Science, SASN) and led by TLT instructional design staff.
Brought to you by the P3 Collaboratory for Pedagogy, Professional Development, and Publicly-Engaged Scholarship at Rutgers University-Newark