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LinkedIn Learning

Moving Your Class Online Quickly and Efficiently

via LinkedIn Learning

Overview

Discover how to quickly transfer your face-to-face class to an online learning environment. Learn how to curate course resources, maximize student engagement, and more.

Need to quickly transfer your face-to-face class to an online learning environment? In this course, educators Ashley Kennedy and Oliver Schinkten help you successfully make the jump to online learning, sharing strategies for taking what was great about your in-person course and making it work in a virtual classroom. Ashley and Oliver demonstrate how to break down your existing syllabus, and then offer you a step-by-step guide for moving that course online. Learn about the process of incorporating both synchronous and asynchronous virtual learning opportunities into your new virtual classroom. Explore strategies for dynamic communication, collaboration, and assessment that can help you keep your students engaged. Along the way, Ashley and Oliver share tools and strategies that can help you shine as an online instructor.

Syllabus

Introduction
  • Get the most out of suddenly teaching online
  • Acknowledging gaps in resources and technology
1. Assessing Your Course's Online Readiness
  • You can do this!
  • Evaluate your course's syllabus, milestones and activities
  • Determine your course's virtual capabilities
2. Moving Online Quickly and with Purpose
  • Develop an online learning plan via an LMS
  • Set expectations for communication
  • Providing predictability for students
  • Curate course resources
  • Set up synchronous learning opportunities
  • Incorporate asynchronous learning opportunities
  • A practical application for moving a unit online
3. Maximizing Student Engagement and Communication
  • Tools for boosting student engagement
  • Dynamic communication strategies in online learning
  • Providing students with feedback
  • Increase learning with self-assessments
  • Utilize the power of peer feedback
  • Address achievement gaps in online learning
4. Useful Online Teaching Resources
  • Tools for higher-order thinking
  • Tools for collaboration, organization, and engagement
Conclusion
  • Next steps

Taught by

Ashley Kennedy and Oliver Schinkten

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