SET Spring 2021 - Teaching Large Courses Online
From Craig Clarkson
Large courses present distinct pedagogical and logistical challenges. Teaching large courses online can be even more challenging, especially in terms of instructor-student and student-student interaction. Although experts generally recommend online courses be no more than 20 students, pandemic realities have confronted many instructors with larger online courses. This session will provide guidance for engaging students both synchronously and asynchronously, managing administrative load that comes with large online courses, and developing a sense of community and connection for students. Presenters will offer examples from and foster idea-sharing for both humanities and STEM courses.
Thursday, January 14, 2021
- Lyndsay DiPietro (Academy for Teaching and Learning)
- Yvette Garcia (Religion)