These are the slides and some resources from my workshop on “Effective Online Teaching Techniques.” It relies heavily on Chickering and Gamson because I like to emphasize that the same principles that make face-to-face teaching effective are the same principles that make for effective online teaching.
What resources would you suggest for teachers new to online teaching? Feel free to add to the comments below.
- Anderson, Terry & Elloumi, Fathi. (2004) Theory and Practice of Online Learning. Athabasca University.
- Boettcher, J.V. (2011) “Ten Best Practices for Teaching Online: Quick Guide for New Online Faculty.” Design for Learning.
- Cain, Geoffrey B. (2012) “15 Time-Saving Tips for Teaching Online”. Brainstorm in Progress.
- Chickering, Arthur W. & Ehrmann, Stephen C. (1996) “Implementing the Seven Principles: Technology as Lever.” The TLT Group.
- Chickering, Arthur W. & Gamson, Zelda F. (1987) “Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education.” Washington Center News.
- Codde, Joseph R. (2006) “Applying the Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education.” Michigan State University.
- Shelton, Kaye. (2006) Online Teaching Tips. Dallas Baptist University Online Education Program.
- Rubric for Online Instruction. (2009). CSU Chico