Resources and Support for Online Teaching - Education, Extension, and Outreach Division On-Demand Event

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Resources and Support for Online Teaching - Education, Extension, and Outreach Division On-Demand Event
On-Demand Web Events Food Sciences
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Richard Felder and Rebecca Brent will guide a conversation on techniques to engage students in the virtual environment. Professionals from academia and the industry will discuss teaching resources and techniques to support online teaching and learning.
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Due to the coronavirus pandemic, educators are being challenged to move to online teaching in a short period of time. Besides generating course material, it’s important to incorporate elements that promote student engagement and community building to online courses. This recording consists of 2 sessions: the Fennema workshop and a roundtable in resources and support for online teaching.


On the Fennema workshop, Richard Felder and Rebecca Brent, prominent educators and owners of the Education Designs, Inc., showcase how to get students actively engaged online. At the roundtable, four professionals from academia and the industry share resources and techniques aimed at supporting teaching and learning in online courses.


Attendees will be able to
1. Learn about and generate their own ideas for student activities in synchronous and asynchronous online classes
2. Experience several typical activities from a student’s perspective
3. Share questions and concerns about online instruction in general and active engagement in particular
4. Identify opportunities for introducing simulation-based enhancement of learning to complement/ replace laboratory modules and complement lectures in food safety (microbiology, processing, and risk)
5. Discover small changes that they can implement in their courses to positively impact student motivation and engagement in an online setting

Agenda:
Fennema Workshop: How to get students actively engaged - online!
 by Richard Felder and Rebecca Brent

Welcome – by  Rosalia Garcia-Torres

Review of active student engagement in face-to-face courses, what research says about it, and what’s different about it and how you structure it online

Activity: When you get students in groups in a synchronous online class, what can you ask them to do?
 
Exchange ideas for activities in synchronous classes.
 
Activity: When you get students in groups in an asynchronous online class, what can you ask them to do?
 
Exchange ideas for activities in asynchronous classes.
 
Q&A
 
Closing remarks

 

Resources and support for online teaching roundtable

Welcome – by  Vinay Mannam

Best practices for online courses – by  Patricia Hingston, University of British Columbia

Product Development 101 initiative – by Tamanna Ramesh, Kraft Heinz

Remote real-time labs – by Jose Reyes, University of Georgia

Online, Simulation-Based Food Safety Educational Resources for Food Scientists and Engineers – by Ashim K. Datta, Cornell University

Roundtable discussion - All speakers

Closing remarks moderator - by Vinay Mannam

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