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Welcome to the podcast series called: Reflective Teaching in a Digital Age. We are excited to share our conversations with professionals working in STEM education or related fields. They have graciously agreed to share their personal experiences of adapting to an online teaching mode as well as their professional wealth of practical and theoretical knowledge relevant to blended or online teaching. We discuss many topics including effective course design, teamwork facilitation, assessment, educational technology integration, social support, instructor’s trust development and many, many others. We hope these conversations will prove useful to our listeners as well as help to engage our community in a larger conversation about effective ways to navigate the “new normal” of blended and online learning in STEM to develop effective modes of teaching.

Reflective Teaching In A Digital Ag‪e‬ Dr. Natasha Perova-Mello and Dr. Nicole Pitterson

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Welcome to the podcast series called: Reflective Teaching in a Digital Age. We are excited to share our conversations with professionals working in STEM education or related fields. They have graciously agreed to share their personal experiences of adapting to an online teaching mode as well as their professional wealth of practical and theoretical knowledge relevant to blended or online teaching. We discuss many topics including effective course design, teamwork facilitation, assessment, educational technology integration, social support, instructor’s trust development and many, many others. We hope these conversations will prove useful to our listeners as well as help to engage our community in a larger conversation about effective ways to navigate the “new normal” of blended and online learning in STEM to develop effective modes of teaching.

    Dr. Robin Adams - Teaching Engineering Design Online: Challenges and Opportunities

    Dr. Robin Adams - Teaching Engineering Design Online: Challenges and Opportunities

    The interplay between learning goals, instructional support, and affordances of online technology can create a new learning environment for experimenting with what matters most and rethinking habits we have gotten into. Dr. Robin Adams talks to us about...

    • 51 min
    Dr. Chris Rogers - Learning goals, Assessment, and Technology in Engineering Education

    Dr. Chris Rogers - Learning goals, Assessment, and Technology in Engineering Education

    For many educators online teaching is a relatively new experience that presents opportunities for rethinking traditional instruction and beliefs about student learning. Dr. Rogers talks to us about the importance of setting clear learning goals, using...

    • 38 min
    Dr. Ruth Wertz - Teaching Engineering Online

    Dr. Ruth Wertz - Teaching Engineering Online

    Teaching engineering online is a uniquely challenging task. Conceptually difficult knowledge, hands-on experience, problem-solving and teamwork are at the core of many engineering courses and when taught remotely, require careful planning. Dr. Wertz...

    • 32 min
    Dr. Randy Garrison - Community of Inquiry (CoI) Framework and Online Teaching

    Dr. Randy Garrison - Community of Inquiry (CoI) Framework and Online Teaching

    Online teaching is a complex process that requires rethinking the role of the instructor, student interactions, and meaningful ways of learning. The CoI framework gets at the heart of establishing and sustaining online educational experiences through...

    • 38 min
    Dr. Ruth Streveler - Adaptability of the Content, Assessment, and Pedagogy (CAP) Framework in a Digital Age

    Dr. Ruth Streveler - Adaptability of the Content, Assessment, and Pedagogy (CAP) Framework in a Digital Age

    The CAP Framework is widely known in the engineering education community. It is focused on alignment of content, assessment, and pedagogy to progress towards learning objectives and is frequently used as an approach to curriculum development in...

    • 30 min
    Dr. Rohit Kandakatla - Educational Technology Tools Integration through the Technology, Content, Assessment, and Pedagogy (TCAP) Framework

    Dr. Rohit Kandakatla - Educational Technology Tools Integration through the Technology, Content, Assessment, and Pedagogy (TCAP) Framework

    Whether we have experienced teaching face-to-face, blended, or online classes, educational technology tools for learning have been part of the teaching resources repertoire for quite some time now. Integration of simulations, virtual labs, collaborative...

    • 24 min

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