Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework for thinking about teaching and learning that offers flexibility in the ways students access course material, engage with it, and show what […]
Welcome to the Points Marketplace Task Value Time Conclusion Complete the Assessment Worksheet + 10 pts – 3 hours ▲ Read Grading for Equity + 20 pts – 2 days […]
A Biology instructor’s story about leaving traditional assessments and online proctoring behind in search of equity through authentic assessments.
As more courses are taught online, educators must transform their traditional assessments or risk exacerbating equity gaps through the use of online proctoring.
The Learning Never Stops: Preparing to Teach in an Emergency Emergency power shut-offs. Fire evacuations. Pandemic quarantines. The list of emergencies that could require you to temporarily move your course […]
Join Chelsea on a tour of this assignment in the 4-minute video above. How might you blend research, group work, video creation, and friends and family into an empowering and […]
If students could ask their college instructors to do one thing, what would it be? What makes a good online class? This student panel archive has these answers and more!
Ever been confused by all the options and symbols in the Canvas Gradebook? Well, you’re not alone! In this episode, we’ll zero in on the little dash that shows up […]
Empowering students is a critical part of education and there is room for improvement in the United States. Students need self-worth, motivation, determination, and persistence to thrive in a course, […]
Many students are brand new to Canvas or, even if they’ve been using it awhile, just don’t know it very well. You can decrease their floundering and frustration (and make […]
Discussions are an important part of fostering student-student interactions in an online course. After completing the OEI Online Course Review process, Shannon Van Zant, who teaches History at Columbia College, […]
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 […]