UDL Workshop #1 (START)

Online Course

CRN 63522
Self-Paced Online Course

Introduction to the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework. We'll examine the principles of universal design, and how UDL benefits all learners, particularly non-traditional learners.

UDL Capstone (START)

Online Course

CRN 53951
Self-Paced Online Course

The UDL Capstone is a chance to put what you have learned into action and share your results! Participants who complete UDL Workshops 1-5 and the Capstone will earn their UDL Certificate from the Center of Academic Innovation.

UDL Workshop #5 (START)

Online Course

CRN 53949
Self-Paced Online Course

Learn to design the Canvas classroom to reflect universal design (UDL) principles, and how to leverage the digital environment to implement UDL strategies with students.

eLearn Institute: Online Instructor Training START (Online/Asynchronous)

Online Course

CRN 58069
Register at My Chemeketa

This online workshop focuses on the pedagogy of online learning and prepares instructors to develop and shape instruction for an online course at Chemeketa. It addresses online course design, development, and related issues. The activities support course development that is aligned with established best practices as exemplified by the Chemeketa Quality Online Instruction initiative (QOI) and Quality Matters standards. This workshop begins the third week of the term.

Hybrid Course Development Training START (Online/Asynchronous)

Online Course

CRN 58958
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This workshop accompanies the hybrid course development process. The emphasis is on pedagogy and methodology of hybrid instruction and less on technology or eLearn tools. You will examine course design practices for online and classroom instruction to prepare you for teaching a hybrid course at Chemeketa. This workshop begins the third week of the term.

GIFT Facilitator Training

Salem Campus 9/127

Register for CRN 64486 This one-hour session will prepare faculty and other interested instructional staff to be GIFT facilitators. The Group Instruction Feedback Technique (GIFT) is a method that uses small group discussion among students to give instructors midterm feedback with the goal of making improvements to their course for the remainder of the term. […]

Recurring

Being There: Instructor Presence in Online Courses (RSI Series)

Zoom Meeting

CRN: 64514 (01/25/22) CRN: 64515 (01/28/22) Register at My Chemeketa Zoom Link: https://chemeketa.zoom.us/j/92264646914 Online instruction can feel isolating, but there are ways to increase your instructor presence and connection with students. Sometimes even small efforts, like a weekly announcement, make the difference in encouraging and retaining a student. This workshop will cover various ways and […]

Recurring

Being There: Instructor Presence in Online Courses (RSI Series)

Zoom Meeting

CRN: 64514 (01/25/22) CRN: 64515 (01/28/22) Register at My Chemeketa Zoom Link: https://chemeketa.zoom.us/j/92264646914 Online instruction can feel isolating, but there are ways to increase your instructor presence and connection with students. Sometimes even small efforts, like a weekly announcement, make the difference in encouraging and retaining a student. This workshop will cover various ways and […]

Recurring

Document Annotation in Education (RSI Series)

Zoom Meeting

CRN: 64516 (02/07/22) CRN: 64517 (02/11/22) Register at My Chemeketa Zoom Link: https://chemeketa.zoom.us/j/99036249671 Have you ever asked students to annotate a document or text? It can be a very productive way to both guide and assess their learning. This workshop will look at methods to use annotation with students, both individually and collaboratively. We'll also […]

Recurring

Document Annotation in Education (RSI Series)

Zoom Meeting

CRN: 64516 (02/07/22) CRN: 64517 (02/11/22) Register at My Chemeketa Zoom Link: https://chemeketa.zoom.us/j/99036249671 Have you ever asked students to annotate a document or text? It can be a very productive way to both guide and assess their learning. This workshop will look at methods to use annotation with students, both individually and collaboratively. We'll also […]

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