I am so pumped! Over May and June I will be teaching a course to a fantastic group of RRC Instructors. The course will be delivered blended: About half of the weeks will be delivered synchronously via WebEx and the other half will be asynchronous when students work independently at a time that is convenient for them.
Can I ask for your advice about something? For those of you who were thrown into emergency remote delivery during the past five weeks, what are best practices for WebEx classroom etiquette?
Recognizing that each student is in a unique situation (and we all teach adults), I'm planning to work with the students to develop our own “classroom etiquette" expectations. Having said that, from your experience, what are the major themes we should discuss? For example:
Sign in above and join the conversation below. How can I ensure an effective learning environment over WebEx?
FF@4 is a face to face check in via WebEx for faculty and those who work with students. We meet each Tuesday and Thursday at 4:00PM. Just like participating in the blog, FF@4 is voluntary. Join on a day that is convenient for you and when the topic is interesting to you.
At today's FF@4 we'll be further brainstorming some tips and tricks in WebEx and LEARN. Here is the link to today's meeting. You are welcome to join us!
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