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Time Saving Tips When Teaching Online
Jim MarteneyDistance Education Trainer
Teaching  OnlineTakes Time
The RightTools Save  Time
Get aLaptop
Or an iPad
or, aniPhone
MOBILE DEVICES Defined by Penn State University
MOBILE DEVICES      Defined by Penn State UniversityA Device That Is:
MOBILE DEVICES      Defined by Penn State UniversityA Device That Is:      Portable
MOBILE DEVICES      Defined by Penn State UniversityA Device That Is:      Portable      Always On
MOBILE DEVICES      Defined by Penn State UniversityA Device That Is:      Portable      Always On      Always Connected
INTRODUCING
INTRODUCING
IPHONE ICON
IPHONE ICON
YOUR LOGIN SCREEN
YOUR LOGIN SCREEN
LIST YOUR CLASSES
But,If you prefer    using a   desktop  computer
Use MultipleComputer Screens
Use MultipleComputer Screens
Use MultipleComputer Screens With Two Browsers
If two is good.....
If two is good.....
Why stop there?
Why stop there?
Strategies:   To savetime during     the  semester
Key:Do as muchas you can ahead of   time!
Key:   Answer Questionsbefore they’re    asked
BeginsBefore theClass Starts
Send aWelcome Letter
Create Complete Syllabus  You run your class, it    doesn’t run you!  You run your class, it    doesn’t run you!  Let them...
Spread Out  Introduction to      SyllabusTypical syllabus of today
Spread Out  Introduction to      SyllabusTypical syllabus of today
Be MoreSpecific in yourModules
Remind Them Again
Use Your Course Map
AutomateEverything
AutomateEverything Modules
AutomateEverything ModulesDiscussions
AutomateEverything ModulesDiscussionsAssignments
AutomateEverything   Modules Discussions AssignmentsAnnouncements
Over WriteInstructions
Over WriteInstructionsWe cannot clean uponline as easily as we     can in class.
Over Write Instructions We cannot clean up online as easily as we      can in class.    So guess whatquestions will be ask...
Create Grading   Rubrics
Post Discussion  Netiquette       Ground Rules         Be constructive and productive         Do not gripe or whine       ...
During  ClassStrategies
First Week of ClassIntroduce Students to How You Will Teach Your ClassFocus on How the  Class Works Have Students Try The ...
Organize Discussions   for QuestionsSpecific Discussions   for Students  Discussions for   AssignmentsDiscussions for T.A.s
PreviewEach Week
ReviewEach Week
Remember:The more times    a student  can “bump”       into information,   the better.
Keep Track ofRepeating QuestionsKeep Track ofProblems andWays to improve
Use the Bookmark Feature
Use the Bookmark Feature
ReduceRedundantQuestions
Dedicated Question Discussion Board Use Students toAnswer Questions  Builds Learning   Community
Online Office   HoursBy Using TheChat Function
Can Stagger Times
Can Stagger TimesCan focus on a class       topic
Can Stagger TimesCan focus on a class       topicDon’t Feel Bad If No  One Shows Up
Use Announcements      Change   Announcements       Often Make them Friendly       Target  Announcements to   Specific Groups
ClearGradingCriteria
Use Grading Shortcuts
It is OK toReuse Good Answers
Keep LastClass Active
Remember:Be Nice and Be    Patient.What is clear toyou may not beclear to others.
Remember: There will be  less and less problems themore you teach   your class.
Above AllEnjoy your classes
Thank You
Timesaving Tips for an Online Course
Timesaving Tips for an Online Course
Timesaving Tips for an Online Course
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Timesaving Tips for an Online Course

  1. 1. Time Saving Tips When Teaching Online
  2. 2. Jim MarteneyDistance Education Trainer
  3. 3. Teaching OnlineTakes Time
  4. 4. The RightTools Save Time
  5. 5. Get aLaptop
  6. 6. Or an iPad
  7. 7. or, aniPhone
  8. 8. MOBILE DEVICES Defined by Penn State University
  9. 9. MOBILE DEVICES Defined by Penn State UniversityA Device That Is:
  10. 10. MOBILE DEVICES Defined by Penn State UniversityA Device That Is: Portable
  11. 11. MOBILE DEVICES Defined by Penn State UniversityA Device That Is: Portable Always On
  12. 12. MOBILE DEVICES Defined by Penn State UniversityA Device That Is: Portable Always On Always Connected
  13. 13. INTRODUCING
  14. 14. INTRODUCING
  15. 15. IPHONE ICON
  16. 16. IPHONE ICON
  17. 17. YOUR LOGIN SCREEN
  18. 18. YOUR LOGIN SCREEN
  19. 19. LIST YOUR CLASSES
  20. 20. But,If you prefer using a desktop computer
  21. 21. Use MultipleComputer Screens
  22. 22. Use MultipleComputer Screens
  23. 23. Use MultipleComputer Screens With Two Browsers
  24. 24. If two is good.....
  25. 25. If two is good.....
  26. 26. Why stop there?
  27. 27. Why stop there?
  28. 28. Strategies: To savetime during the semester
  29. 29. Key:Do as muchas you can ahead of time!
  30. 30. Key: Answer Questionsbefore they’re asked
  31. 31. BeginsBefore theClass Starts
  32. 32. Send aWelcome Letter
  33. 33. Create Complete Syllabus You run your class, it doesn’t run you! You run your class, it doesn’t run you! Let them know what you expect of them. Let them know what they can expect of
  34. 34. Spread Out Introduction to SyllabusTypical syllabus of today
  35. 35. Spread Out Introduction to SyllabusTypical syllabus of today
  36. 36. Be MoreSpecific in yourModules
  37. 37. Remind Them Again
  38. 38. Use Your Course Map
  39. 39. AutomateEverything
  40. 40. AutomateEverything Modules
  41. 41. AutomateEverything ModulesDiscussions
  42. 42. AutomateEverything ModulesDiscussionsAssignments
  43. 43. AutomateEverything Modules Discussions AssignmentsAnnouncements
  44. 44. Over WriteInstructions
  45. 45. Over WriteInstructionsWe cannot clean uponline as easily as we can in class.
  46. 46. Over Write Instructions We cannot clean up online as easily as we can in class. So guess whatquestions will be asked.
  47. 47. Create Grading Rubrics
  48. 48. Post Discussion Netiquette Ground Rules Be constructive and productive Do not gripe or whine Ask questions Contribute replies Expect to be misunderstood Dont take things personally Be supportive Have BIG FUN!
  49. 49. During ClassStrategies
  50. 50. First Week of ClassIntroduce Students to How You Will Teach Your ClassFocus on How the Class Works Have Students Try The Class Features Build Trust and Community
  51. 51. Organize Discussions for QuestionsSpecific Discussions for Students Discussions for AssignmentsDiscussions for T.A.s
  52. 52. PreviewEach Week
  53. 53. ReviewEach Week
  54. 54. Remember:The more times a student can “bump” into information, the better.
  55. 55. Keep Track ofRepeating QuestionsKeep Track ofProblems andWays to improve
  56. 56. Use the Bookmark Feature
  57. 57. Use the Bookmark Feature
  58. 58. ReduceRedundantQuestions
  59. 59. Dedicated Question Discussion Board Use Students toAnswer Questions Builds Learning Community
  60. 60. Online Office HoursBy Using TheChat Function
  61. 61. Can Stagger Times
  62. 62. Can Stagger TimesCan focus on a class topic
  63. 63. Can Stagger TimesCan focus on a class topicDon’t Feel Bad If No One Shows Up
  64. 64. Use Announcements Change Announcements Often Make them Friendly Target Announcements to Specific Groups
  65. 65. ClearGradingCriteria
  66. 66. Use Grading Shortcuts
  67. 67. It is OK toReuse Good Answers
  68. 68. Keep LastClass Active
  69. 69. Remember:Be Nice and Be Patient.What is clear toyou may not beclear to others.
  70. 70. Remember: There will be less and less problems themore you teach your class.
  71. 71. Above AllEnjoy your classes
  72. 72. Thank You

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