Transitioning to Teaching Online
Most faculty have now had the experience of transitioning face-to-face courses to an online format, whether by choice or by outside forces. What has or hasn't worked for you? What do you wish you knew about before undertaking this change? How have you replicated or replaced some of the practices typically associated with the earth sciences, from field work to lab analysis? How have you ensured your online environment is accessible and available to all your students?
This roundtable will involve discussion on strategies, tools, and resources, as well as how to find them, related to making an online transition. Whether you still don't know what LMS stands for or you've been teaching online for years, please join us to discuss how to take online earth science courses from 'this is going to have to work for now' to best practice.
All roundtable discussions will take place online, via Zoom (unless otherwise noted). Participants will be sent links to the Zoom room and connection info will be posted below prior to the session start.
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- Active-learning in Online & Hybrid Classrooms
- Active Learning While Physically Distancing
- Active Learning in Hybrid and Physically Distanced Classrooms
- Earth and Environmental Online Teaching Resources
- Field Online Learning Resource
- Online Teaching Resources (hosted by ESWN)
- AGU Online Learning Exchange
- GSA Webinar Educator Tools
- A Practical Online Mineral Study Guide
- Example GEOL 101 Online Schedule (Thanks, Katherine Ryker!)
- Teach the Earth, NAGT, and SERC Resources
- Teach the Earth: Teaching Geoscience Online
- Search Online Teaching Activities, Courses, and Materials
- Teaching with Online Field Experinces
- Using InTeGrate in Online or Hybrid Courses
- General Online Teaching Information