Do your online teaching strategies promote quality comparable or exceeding face-to-face
- Pedagogical choices of learning activities and interactions effective for student
mastery of outcomes/goals
- Multiple activities structured to develop students' critical thinking, analysis, reflection,
collaboration and problem-solving skills.
- Multiple activities structured to promote students' application of concepts and skills
in realistic, relevant ways to engage with the community
- Assignments effectively use external resources to facilitate inquiry and active learning,
e.g., virtual library, simulations, gaming, and other web-based resources
- Courses use LMS pedagogical features for facilitating streamlined content delivery
- Learning community deliberately structured using such strategies as discussion boards,
group projects, group problem-solving, discussion of assignments, activities, or other
collaborative activities, as applicable to the course.
- The course makes creative use of a variety of technologies and teaching strategies
to meet the needs of a variety of learners in understanding course content (discussion
board, email, scheduled emails, web hunt, digital slide shows, Power Points, Camtasia
shows, streaming video, etc.).
- Course requires student-student interaction, such as opportunities for student introductions
- Learning activities foster instructor-student, student-student, and/or student-community
interaction and collaboration.