My Course Development Process

K.Park/ March 13, 2021/ 0 comments

Choosing a Course I had a difficult time identifying an appropriate project.  After talking with my supervisor, the first one that I thought of doing, wouldn’t have any assessments and would instead serve as an extended resource for new instructors. This type of course doesn’t seem to meet the requirements or needs of this course’s community project, so I decided

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Demonstrating Care through Course Design

K.Park/ November 7, 2020/ 1 comments

ISTE Standard for Coaches This post is related to the following ISTE Standard for Coaches: 7b: Partner with educators, leaders, students and families to foster a culture of respectful online interactions and a healthy balance in their use of technology. Introduction There are a lot of factors in when designing a course that impact a student’s experience. An important value I see that’s

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Creating a more Inclusive Online Classroom

K.Park/ September 27, 2020/ 0 comments

ISTE Standard for Coaches This post is related to the following ISTE Standard for Coaches: 4c: Collaborate with educators to design accessible and active digital learning environments that accommodate learner variability. 7a: Inspire and encourage educators and students to use technology for civic engagement and to address challenges to improve their communities. Introduction One value that is important to me is that

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Taking the “Pulse” of your Course

K.Park/ September 4, 2020/ 1 comments

This content is an excerpt from one of the content pages I am writing for my department. It will be used as part of my office’s professional development offerings and it is about why and how instructors can check their “course climate” in an online course. What is course climate? Many instructors have a desire to see every student succeed

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