Facilitated by Jessica Alexander (Centenary) and Jennifer Queen (Rollins)
As we work to plan our fall classes amidst so much uncertainty, we all want to make sure that we maintain the integrity of the liberal arts experience for our students. You will start with a short asynchronous online course and finish with a synchronous workshop on teaching and learning strategies backed by cognitive psychology research into the mechanisms of learning, memory, and attention. While these principles can be applied in any course, the online/hybrid environment offers unique challenges and opportunities, so we will focus on how to bring research-backed strategies into your online/hybrid course to maximize student learning. You will finish the workshop with a plan to alter assignments and activities for a fall class.