Is your faculty frustrated by the technology when it comes to converting
their courses to an online format?
Lots of faculty members have little or no experience with online teaching. They’re afraid of change and frustrated by the overabundance of technology. Sometimes there’s no good model for what an online class should look like. Sometimes the school doesn’t have enough in-house resources to support faculty in the process. Worst case, faculty get frustrated and leave and students get frustrated and leave. The school cannot survive.
CourseAdvisory is a one-on-one coaching service that helps faculty members quickly learn how to teach online. They become better teachers, and the students have a better learning experience. Faculty feel satisfied and stay in their positions longer. The school retains students and the school thrives.
Faculty learn how to optimize their time-management with strategies such as:
- Determine where time is wasted
- Create time management goals
- Use time management tools
Faculty learn how to use instructional activities that build students’ skills in problem identification and solving, critical thinking, creativity, and negotiation. Some strategies we recommend are:
- Learner-led presentations, individually or in small groups
- Panels that include many voices on a subject, plus Q&A sessions
- Creating media, such as videos, blogs, and games
Download our free PDF, 5 Tips for Powerful Online Teaching, to share with your team.
We have taught university classes and struggled with the conversion to an online format. It’s frustrating, and it can cause faculty to doubt themselves. As a dean, it’s tough to know how to solve the problem when it has so many moving parts. We care about your faculty and students and the survival of your school.
- 100+ hours of faculty coaching
- 30+ professors who now love online teaching
- 10+ happy deans and department chairs
4 Steps to Better Online Teachers
Coaching that helps your faculty ace online teaching.
When it comes to moving classes online, faculty members are frustrated by the overabundance of technology. They haven’t seen an excellent example of what an online class should look like, and the school doesn’t have enough in-house resources to support them.
No, your overworked instructional designers cannot take 500+ classes online in a few months.
CourseAdvisory is a coaching service that helps faculty members quickly learn how to teach a quality course online. They become better teachers, and the students have a better learning experience. Faculty You maximize tuition revenue, and the school thrives.