Welcome to the UWindsor Faculty of Education Open Page, a collection of online teaching resources and how-tos about open and online education.
Online Pedagogy Faculty Development session #1, June 17, 2020: slides
The links below connect to key UWindsor pedagogical and technological supports for effective online teaching. You may also want to explore Niagara College's excellent open resource on asynchronous and synchronous course design, Kwantlen Polytechnic's Pressbook on effective online learning from a student self-directed perspective, or this AACE eBook on teacher education during COVID-19. Be introduced to digital practices and possibilities in this Edsurge article on critical digital pedagogy and this Washington State University presentation slide deck on alternative assessment in online courses. For a collection of lab/simulation resources for STEM classes, see this Google form. Our own student-led Tool Parade of videos and podcasts overview a variety of digital tools and platforms, overviewing classroom uses, student data implications, and differentiated learning possibilities, while the videos below explore some core issues in online education.
UWindsor Online Pedagogy Resources
- 12 Key Ideas: An Introduction to Teaching Online (Pressbook)
- Online Learning in a Hurry (Videos & Interviews)
- K-12 Online Learning in a Hurry (Webinars & Drop-in Discussions)
- UWindsor Academic Continuity Resources
Amy Collier, Stanford University / Middlebury College, The Brave New World of Online Learning
Mia Zamora, Kean University - What Does The Open Web Mean To You?
George Siemens, University of Texas & Bonnie Stewart, University of Windsor - Power & Privilege in Online Learning
George Siemens, University of Texas & Kate Bowles, University of Wollongong - Supporting International Students Online