Friday, November 11, 2016
11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.


Alumnae Hall, Room 132

Cultivating Teacher, Social and Cognitive Presence in your Online Course

What happens to the energy that fueled your classroom when you take your course online? How will you connect with your students and how will they interact with each other and reap the benefits of the social aspects of learning and the cognitive aspects of shared knowledge making?

Part one of this workshop series offers strategies for designing and facilitating your online course to maximize the effects of instructor presence, social presence & cognitive presence. This workshop is intended for anyone who is currently teaching an online course or planning to teach one in the future.

A lunch will follow this event. This event is facilitated by Belle Gironda.

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In Part 2 we will reconvene, early in February, to share your experiences with things you have tried, your tips, successes, challenges and questions.

For further information, please contact:

Faculty Center for Professional Excellence (FCPE)
Alumnae Hall, Room 123
p – 516.877.4221
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