A timely update to the best-selling, practical, and comprehensive guide to online teaching
The Online Teaching Survival Guide provides a robust overview of theory-based techniques for teaching online or technology- enhanced courses. It is a practical resource for educators learning to navigate the online teaching sector. This third edition continues the practical approach of earlier editions, providing a rich resource of simple, research-grounded instructional strategies that work for any online or blended course.
This new edition is enhanced with new tips on integrating problem-solving strategies, assessment strategies, student independence, collaboration, synchronous strategies, and building metacognitive skills. This book also weaves in the latest research in cognitive processing to support learning outcomes.
New and experienced online teachers alike will appreciate this book’s exploration of essential technologies, course management techniques, social presence, community building, discussion and questioning techniques, assessment, debriefing, and more. With more and more classes being offered online, this book provides a valuable resource for taking your course to the next level.
Also look for the book by co-author Rita Marie Conrad and Ana Donaldson, Continuing to Engage the Online Learner
Judith has spoken at many seminars and presentations on teaching and learning over the past 30 years. Included are examples of her keynote topics and discussions.
Judith has advised and consulted on multiple topics regarding teaching and learning information. Examples of planning and faculty development can be found here.
Judith Boettcher’s publications are known for their strategic and practical values See what other writings Judith has written in her extensive career.
It is easy to lose track of time when teaching and learning at home. Before you know it, it is lunch time, and then time for getting outside and moving around and soon the sun is setting, and you have accomplished almost nothing!
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