Posts Tagged @ONE

Equitable Grading Strategies for Online Teaching

What do grades really measure? Is there a more accurate indicator of our students’ skills and abilities? The traditional grading system used in higher education in the U.S. is often more a measure of privilege or personality than of learning. It also creates a competitive, chilly course

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Students First! Accessibility for STEM (Math)

The first step is to ensure that students with disabilities see STEM as accessible to them and that all students, can access all materials to learn. Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) courses have unique issues to solve when it comes to designing accessible materials. Professor Kelly

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Your Own Personal Recording Studio: Using the Studio Tool in Canvas

From Art History to STEM, video is an important way to connect to your students and provide humanized instruction. Studio is the video tool embedded within Canvas* that allows you to record, edit, annotate, and caption a video all within Canvas. More importantly, your students have access

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Digital Storytelling to Center Student Voices

Student-created videos are an essential element of the online learning experience that invites students to tell their stories, build community, and deepen connections with each other. Digital storytelling is an equity-minded, asset-based, humanizing practice centers student voices. The presenters, Maritez and Denise, will introduce you to asynchronous

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Grab Students’ Attention with Social Videos

In the mobile era, video production does not require access to a fancy recording studio. If you have a smartphone, you’re on your way. In this session, Carolyn Brown will introduce you to social media tools that you can use to break down the instructor-to-student hierarchy and

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Leveraging Video for Instruction and Assessment in Math

In this session, Professor Juan U Bernal and Professor Kelly Spoon will be showing how they use video in their asynchronous math courses. This includes embedding of lecture videos, video projects, video assessments, and more. Juan will focus on an asynchronous Statistics course and Kelly will focus

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Brand Identity: How to Be The Brand Students Remember

Are you an educator who values creativity in teaching, networking within your field, and empowering students through effective communication? Then this session is for you! LaTonya Washington will demystify what personal branding is, how it can work for you, and provide techniques and resources to support your

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Spark Curiosity and Build Learner Autonomy with Interactive Video

Research supports the importance of student autonomy and intrinsic motivation to deep and transferable learning. Although many of us post videos in our online courses, we may be missing a valuable opportunity to engage students’ sense of wonder, curiosity, and autonomy through interactive video with an emphasis

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