Early engagement quick tips are...
Inclusive Teaching and Learning
Let your students see you as a real person
When teaching online, it’s especially important that students see you as a real person.
Introduce yourself to your class. Tell them about your background:
As instructors and teaching assistants you often have direct communication with students and, therefore, you have the potential to help students feel connected and supported in their learning environment.
In large, crowded, undergraduate classes students can feel anonymous, passive, unmotivated, and isolated (Trees & Jackson, 2007)
According to recent advances in neuroscience research, there is no such thing as an “average learner” (Rose & Meyer, 2002; Rose et al., 2013; Rose, 2016)
The tools described below – Empathy Maps, Learner Personas, and Learner Journey Maps – can help you get a better sense of your learners’ lived experience.
A pronoun is a part of speech that replaces a noun or noun phrase to eliminate unnecessary noun repetition in communication
Use this checklist to guide you toward creating accessible MS Word documents. Start with practices that you find quick and easy, then build from there.
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