What classroom management strategies are necessary to drive successful student learning, persistence and outcomes?
COVID-19 brought sudden, sweeping changes to college-level teaching and learning. With more time to prepare for Fall 2020, take advantage of these resources to enhance your institutional approach to online course design and delivery.
Understand and implement the five “musts” for quality online teaching: manage student expectations, ensure accessibility, provide context, be intentionally organized and consistent, and be present.
“Helix Education’s Enrollment Growth Playbook represents next-generation thinking about how universities and colleges should execute their enterprise-level goals, growth, marketing, enrollment, retention, and data intelligence.” – Eric Stoller, Inside Higher Ed
This rubric, created by Helix Education’s Academic Services team, will help you align your institution’s course content with the best practices and standards for online instructional design quality.
This document provides a framework for building the master shell for a particular course. Gain insight and guidance for those who might teach it after the instructional design process is completed, including the academic technologist who will build the course in the LMS. This ensures the final course build in the LMS reflects what is intended for the course learning experience.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT + TRAINING
Benefit from in-depth answers to Online Teaching + Learning questions asked by faculty and others nationwide. Addressing the questions are Dr. Cherron Hoppes, Vice President and Chief Academic Officer at Helix Education, and Emily Wood, Helix Education’s Director of Instructional Design.
In this recorded webinar, Cherron Hoppes Ed.D., Vice President and Chief Academic Officer at Helix Education and Emily Wood, Director of Instructional Design at Helix Education discuss how to use Helix Education’s Online/Blended Course Quality Rubric. Learn how this guide will help presidents, provosts, and other faculty members prioritize immediate needs to improve your institution’s online learning experience.
Dr. Perry Samson, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor at University of Michigan joined Helix Education’s Enrollment Growth University podcast to talk about engaging your live, in-person classes online during campus closures due to Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Dr. Josie Ahlquist, Research Associate and Instructor at Florida State University, joined Helix Education’s Enrollment Growth University podcast to talk about how important it is for higher ed leaders to be digitally savvy, and how they can get there at your institution.
Laura Dicht, Manager of Online Program Quality at New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering joined Helix Education’s Enrollment Growth University podcast to talk about a new course quality management position that many institutions need to consider adding to their teams.
Dr. John Branch, Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business joined Helix Education’s Enrollment Growth University podcast to discuss the 12-minute rule he utilizes in his classrooms to keep his students engaged.
Become Certified in Online Learning
A PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN
Need a comprehensive solution for your institution?
This National Institute of Online Learning certificate, powered by MindEdge, combines five courses to provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the simulations, tools, and techniques that can transform your online course content.
In addition to earning IACET CEU credit, you will also receive a Mozilla Open Badge for Online Learning.
Gain Expertise in Key Areas
Take key subjects on one at a time. Learners who successfully complete these courses will receive a Mozilla Open Badge and IACET CEU credit.
Introduction to Online Learning
An excellent primer on the fundamental models, tools, and techniques for creating and delivering online learning.
Examine how narrative case studies and role-playing can facilitate “learning by doing” in the online space.
Online Learning Accessibility
Measure your institution’s ability to accommodate students with disabilities that may be magnified by learning online.
Faculty can still deliver quality lessons and assist struggling learners in an online setting. Here’s how.
The Technology of Online Learning
Online instruction brings with it a specialized vocabulary. Consider this your invaluable glossary to these terms.