In the 2020 Pixar film, Soul, Joe is a mentor in a purgatory-like realm mentoring a fellow soul named 22. Joe’s quest is to help 22 find her “spark” and […]
This article was originally published on the California Acceleration Project (CAP) blog. One of the most significant factors correlated with student persistence, success, and learning in online courses is the relationship […]
MiraCosta College Academic Senate President, Luke Lara, shares the process and outcome of his college’s commitment to equity, student privacy, and online teaching.
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When students connect with each other in meaningful ways, they become a community. Let’s explore many effective ways to foster student-student interactions in asynchronous courses that go beyond discussion boards!
Flipgrid is an asynchronous video conversation tool that adds the human touch to your online courses!
This article is part one of a two-part series. The next part will include a showcase of faculty capstone projects from the CVC/@ONE Advanced Certificate in Online Teaching Principles. I […]
Professional development plays a critical role in improving the teaching and learning environments of the diverse students we serve in the California Community College system. To put it plainly: teaching […]
As more courses are taught online, educators must transform their traditional assessments or risk exacerbating equity gaps through the use of online proctoring.
Encouraging students to use their phones in class is typically not a popular topic in higher education articles. However, when students need to unexpectedly transition from face-to-face to online learning […]
Why are student-student interactions so important in an online course and what strategies are most helpful to cultivate them?
The award-winning, research-based Peralta Equity Rubric is designed to work with the OEI Course Design Rubric to foster an expanded understanding and appreciation for student populations, particularly for disproportionately impacted students.