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Presenter: Adam Chapnick, deputy director of education at the Canadian Forces College and an associate professor of defence studies at the Royal Military College of CanadaThe differences between online and in-person teaching (11:51)
0:00 - 3:18 Overview of how he came to be teaching an online course 3:19 - 5:43 Gauging class participation5:44 - 6:41 The importance of class structure in an online setting6:42 - 7:30 Good "net-etiquitte"7:31 - 8:41 The importance of visuals and video8:42 - 9:33 Tips for introducing readings to the class9:34 - 10:25 Difficulties of online grading10:26 - 11:51 Beware the burnout of online teaching
Technology and teaching, continued (14:47)
0:00 - 1:20 The technology restraints that are helpful to know in advance, re: bandwidth and video1:21 - 3:01 Know the emergency management policy for if a server crashes3:02 - 4:06 Be aware of your teaching outcomes and know your subject matter4:07 - 5:30 Communication5:31 - 12:35 How to conduct online discussions12:36 - 14:47 Grading online work
The positives and negatives of teaching an online course (8:52)
0:00 - 2:32 Benefits2:33 - 4:25 Drawbacks4:26 - 6:36 Why online teaching isn't for everyone (especially for first time professors)6:37 - 8:52 Course planning and "blended" learning