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Thinking of You: Q&A for Online Faculty

Camille Freeman

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Thinking of You: Q&A for Online Faculty

Thinking of You: Q&A for Online Faculty

Camille Freeman

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Q&A for Online Faculty. I cover topics relating to designing and teaching online classes with love, compassion, and humanity based on my experience as a professor in an online MS in Nutrition program. Questions welcome: thinkingofyoupodcast@gmail.com! #digitalpedagogy #highered Cover art photo provided by Isaac Mehegan on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@isaacmehegan

Latest Episodes

23 | Using Zoom to Take Offline Courses Online

In this episode, I share some concerns about using Zoom to replace on-campus learning time, and some suggestions for how to use Zoom if you decide that's what's best for your students at this time. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkingofyou/message

6 MINMAR 28
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23 | Using Zoom to Take Offline Courses Online

22 | Coronavirus in Online Courses

If your course is already online, do you need to make any adjustments based on the COVID-19 situation? I share how I've made a few adaptations in my courses. Share thoughts and feedback here. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkingofyou/message

6 MINMAR 14
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22 | Coronavirus in Online Courses

21 | Late Work Policies

In this episode, I share a few thoughts on late work policies that work for students and faculty. I also present my current late work policy (see more on my blog here) in case it's helpful. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkingofyou/message

10 MIN2019 DEC 10
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21 | Late Work Policies

20 | When to Make Exceptions for Unusual Circumstances

What should you do when a student experiences an emergency or major life event? Do you stick with your syllabus or make exceptions to your policies? What about a student who hasn't started the class more than halfway through but now wants to make up the work? I'll share my criteria for working with students in these situations. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkingofyou/message

6 MIN2019 NOV 7
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20 | When to Make Exceptions for Unusual Circumstances

19 | What To Do When Students Don't Have Their Textbooks Yet

How can we help when students haven't been able to get their required course materials due to financial aid delays, international shipping, and other issues? Please share your ideas and experiences with this if like: thinkingofyoupodcast@gmail.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkingofyou/message

5 MIN2019 SEP 25
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19 | What To Do When Students Don't Have Their Textbooks Yet

18 | How to Handle High Question Volume in First Week of Class

It's week 1, and you may be experiencing a high volume of questions in your online course. Here are a few tips for answering these questions and refining your course based on the questions that are coming in. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkingofyou/message

7 MIN2019 SEP 9
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18 | How to Handle High Question Volume in First Week of Class

17 | Should You Require Students to Post in a Discussion Board Before They Can See Other Responses?

This is a quick mini episode to answer the age-old question: should students be able to see what other people have posted before they submit their own response in a discussion board? Or should you require them to post first before viewing other students' responses? You probably won't be shocked to find that I have a strong opinion on this one :). Send along your questions to thinkingofyoupodcast@gmail.com and have a great week! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkingofyou/message

3 MIN2019 MAY 14
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17 | Should You Require Students to Post in a Discussion Board Before They Can See Other Responses?

16 | When a Student Objects to "Teaching Myself"

In this episode, I provide some ideas for how to respond when a student feels that they are teaching themselves in an online course. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkingofyou/message

8 MIN2019 MAY 7
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16 | When a Student Objects to "Teaching Myself"

15 | Ideas for Working with Non-Native English Speakers

Today's question covers how to kindly and effectively teach students who are not native English speakers. I go over my thoughts on how to assess work and facilitate the best possible learning experience for all of our students. Share your own thoughts, resources or questions on my website. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkingofyou/message

7 MIN2019 MAY 2
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15 | Ideas for Working with Non-Native English Speakers

14 | How to Handle Negative Course Evaluations

Negative course evaluations are never fun, particularly when student feedback is personal rather than constructive. In this episode, I share a few thoughts on how to use them to improve your teaching and how to avoid using them for self-flagellation. Resources mentioned in the episode are available here. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkingofyou/message

11 MIN2019 APR 25
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14 | How to Handle Negative Course Evaluations

Latest Episodes

23 | Using Zoom to Take Offline Courses Online

In this episode, I share some concerns about using Zoom to replace on-campus learning time, and some suggestions for how to use Zoom if you decide that's what's best for your students at this time. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkingofyou/message

6 MINMAR 28
Comments
23 | Using Zoom to Take Offline Courses Online

22 | Coronavirus in Online Courses

If your course is already online, do you need to make any adjustments based on the COVID-19 situation? I share how I've made a few adaptations in my courses. Share thoughts and feedback here. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkingofyou/message

6 MINMAR 14
Comments
22 | Coronavirus in Online Courses

21 | Late Work Policies

In this episode, I share a few thoughts on late work policies that work for students and faculty. I also present my current late work policy (see more on my blog here) in case it's helpful. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkingofyou/message

10 MIN2019 DEC 10
Comments
21 | Late Work Policies

20 | When to Make Exceptions for Unusual Circumstances

What should you do when a student experiences an emergency or major life event? Do you stick with your syllabus or make exceptions to your policies? What about a student who hasn't started the class more than halfway through but now wants to make up the work? I'll share my criteria for working with students in these situations. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkingofyou/message

6 MIN2019 NOV 7
Comments
20 | When to Make Exceptions for Unusual Circumstances

19 | What To Do When Students Don't Have Their Textbooks Yet

How can we help when students haven't been able to get their required course materials due to financial aid delays, international shipping, and other issues? Please share your ideas and experiences with this if like: thinkingofyoupodcast@gmail.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkingofyou/message

5 MIN2019 SEP 25
Comments
19 | What To Do When Students Don't Have Their Textbooks Yet

18 | How to Handle High Question Volume in First Week of Class

It's week 1, and you may be experiencing a high volume of questions in your online course. Here are a few tips for answering these questions and refining your course based on the questions that are coming in. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkingofyou/message

7 MIN2019 SEP 9
Comments
18 | How to Handle High Question Volume in First Week of Class

17 | Should You Require Students to Post in a Discussion Board Before They Can See Other Responses?

This is a quick mini episode to answer the age-old question: should students be able to see what other people have posted before they submit their own response in a discussion board? Or should you require them to post first before viewing other students' responses? You probably won't be shocked to find that I have a strong opinion on this one :). Send along your questions to thinkingofyoupodcast@gmail.com and have a great week! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkingofyou/message

3 MIN2019 MAY 14
Comments
17 | Should You Require Students to Post in a Discussion Board Before They Can See Other Responses?

16 | When a Student Objects to "Teaching Myself"

In this episode, I provide some ideas for how to respond when a student feels that they are teaching themselves in an online course. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkingofyou/message

8 MIN2019 MAY 7
Comments
16 | When a Student Objects to "Teaching Myself"

15 | Ideas for Working with Non-Native English Speakers

Today's question covers how to kindly and effectively teach students who are not native English speakers. I go over my thoughts on how to assess work and facilitate the best possible learning experience for all of our students. Share your own thoughts, resources or questions on my website. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkingofyou/message

7 MIN2019 MAY 2
Comments
15 | Ideas for Working with Non-Native English Speakers

14 | How to Handle Negative Course Evaluations

Negative course evaluations are never fun, particularly when student feedback is personal rather than constructive. In this episode, I share a few thoughts on how to use them to improve your teaching and how to avoid using them for self-flagellation. Resources mentioned in the episode are available here. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thinkingofyou/message

11 MIN2019 APR 25
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14 | How to Handle Negative Course Evaluations

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