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OCDI 3: Communicating in Your Course

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Planning to integrate multiple approaches to communicate to develop a welcoming and engaging environment for learning is the focus of this session. A variety of communication tools and strategies are discussed to better engage students before, during, and at the end of the course for the purpose of developing a more student-centered experience. Examples are provided so you can analyze the effectiveness of current strategies on the path to designing a communication plan which integrates into the course design for significant learning. 

 

Content

Reading: Designing Effective Teaching and Significant Learning Chapter 3.

A link to a complimentary copy of the eBook should arrive from Stylus Publishing in your email within 2-3 days of your registration.

 

Description

Planning to integrate multiple approaches to communicate to develop a welcoming and engaging environment for learning is the focus of this session. A variety of communication tools and strategies are discussed to better engage students before, during, and at the end of the course for the purpose of developing a more student-centered experience. Examples are provided so you can analyze the effectiveness of current strategies on the path to designing a communication plan which integrates into the course design for significant learning. 

 

Content

Reading: Designing Effective Teaching and Significant Learning Chapter 3.

A link to a complimentary copy of the eBook should arrive from Stylus Publishing in your email within 2-3 days of your registration.

 

Outcomes

We hope that by the end of the course you will be able to

  • use two-way communication to help the learning process,
  • apply community-building strategies to your courses, and
  • develop a communication plan for your courses.

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OCDI 3: Communicating in Your Course

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Book
 
Designing Effective Teaching and Significant Learning
 
The authors have designed innovative practices and tools to help faculty and administration improve learning experiences for students and share examples of how faculty used Fink’s Taxonomy of Significant Learning to create high-quality courses.

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