Using Principles to Guide Professional Practice

Using Principles to Guide Professional Practice

Using Principles to Guide Professional Practice This post is the first of a series about principles in teaching and learning with contributions by Lené Whitley-Putz and Michelle Pacansky-Brock. In early December, […]

Using Video to Communicate Instructions Clearly

Using Video to Communicate Instructions Clearly

  Using Video to Communicate Instructions Clearly Video is powerful communication tool for online teaching. Instructors often naturally gravitate towards using video to deliver presentations to their online students, but […]

Online Teaching Confession from a Convert

Online Teaching Confession from a Convert

I mentally stomped my feet when our counseling faculty recommended that, to better accommodate students, I offer my English 101 course, which is contextualized for first responders and administration of […]

Give 'Em a Clear Learning Path

Give ‘Em a Clear Learning Path

Give ‘Em a Clear Learning Path Not all online courses look the same. That may seem a rather obvious point but it’s one that instructors may not realize regularly presents […]

Video Captioning Conundrum

Video Captioning Conundrum

Captioning instructional videos can be a time-consuming process.  But it doesn’t have to be! Here are a couple of “What if…” scenarios with some solutions to help you create an […]

Untethered Flex Day!

Recently, we reached out to professional development contacts throughout the CCC system and inquired about campus flex day plans. We learned that at least 12 campuses have flex events scheduled […]

Tips to Help Students Make the Most of Feedback

Tips to Help Students Make the Most of Feedback

Tips to Help Students Make the Most of Feedback Have you ever had the sinking suspicion that the feedback you have painstakingly provided for students is—gasp—not being read? Does the […]