Tag: reflection

The obligatory year two reflection post

So my basic reason for doing the Tech Fellows thing was to successfully move two linguistics courses I regularly teach (LING A101: Nature of Language and ENGL A476: History of the English Language) online. Success. Of course, there’s success and

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Thoughts on the Creating an Interactive Syllabus Workshop

The Creating an Interactive Syllabus Workshop, offered by the Online Learning Consortium (OLC), is an outstanding idea with awesome resources (see end of this post), lots of potential, but ineffective implementation. I wasn’t sure about taking this workshop due to

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Hump Week for the Online Teaching Certification July Cohort

Wednesday marks the beginning of Week 5 for the 9-week Online Teaching Certification July Cohort. As part of the requirements for the year-long (maximum) certification process, I also need to take 3 electives, 1 one of which occurred last weekend.

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Excited to see all the great reflections!

I’m so exited to see all of the great posts and reaction to day 1! I’m sorry I missed it but it sounds like everyone is pleased with the path for the week, some myths have been dispelled, and everyone

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