FitFOL Teaching and Learning Expectations
Assessibility Statement for this Pressbooks Resource
The U of L Online Teaching and Learning Series
Open Education Alberta Pressbooks Publishing
I. Building Community and Student Engagement in an Online Course
Principles behind community building in online teaching and learning
Your Module Options
OPTION 1: Identify and select strategies for building community and student engagement in my online course (1-2 hours)
OPTION 2: Reflect on, develop, and communicate my online community building philosophy (2 – 3 hours)
Option 3: Facilitate peer interaction to build community in the online classroom (2-3 hours)
Technology used in this module
II. Creating a Course Syllabus and Structure for Online Teaching
Option 1: Other Items to Consider In Your Syllabus
Option 2: Crafting Course Outcomes
Option 3: Designing for Online Delivery
III. Facilitation of Learning & Teaching Online
Facilitation of Learning & Teaching Online PART 2
The Community of Inquiry Framework
Gilly Salmon’s Five Stage Model
Choosing a Model
IV. Designing Activities & Assessment for Online Learning
Guiding Questions & Learning Outcomes
Navigating the Module
Section 1: Assessment Methods & Backwards Design
Section 2: Types of Scoring Criteria
Option 1: Designing a Discussion Forum with Scoring Criteria
Option 2: Altering an In-Person, Synchronous Exam into an Alternative Exam
Option 3: Adjusting Hands-On Projects for Online Learning
Option 4: Transforming In-Person Presentations into Virtual Presentations
Tool Box 1: Alternative Online Assessments At-A-Glance
Tool Box 2: Academic Integrity & Online Assessments
Assessment FAQ Section
V. Working with the Online Learner
Overview of Module
OPTION 1: Orientating Learners to an Online Course ~3-5 hrs.
OPTION 2: Designing for Diverse Students ~3-5 hrs.
OPTION 3: Managing Student Behaviour and Conflict ~3 hrs.
Technology Used in this Module
Accessibility Testing for FitFOL
VI. Instructor Tutorials for Technology Used FitFOL
Flipgrid for Video Vignettes
H5P - Interactive Online Content
Moodle for Beginners
Teaching with Zoom for beginners
How can I develop my online teaching competencies?
Digital Competencies for Educators
Feel free to explore the resources and templates below.
Fit for Online Learning by U of L Teaching Centre: Jördis Weilandt, Erin Reid, Kristi Thomas, Brandy Old, and Jeff Meadows is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.