Podcast episode 6: Accessible Podcasting with Gina Catenazzo, Devin Andrade, and Alan Elliot
Seneca is excited to honour our faculty who through their contributions and commitment have positively improved the quality of education and enriched the experiences of their students.
Project teams at Seneca have been busy leading and collaborating on projects that are designed to expand and build capacity for virtual learning, and they'll be available soon to all Ontario insti...
Seneca actively discourages the use of proctoring solutions.
Episode 5: Globalizing our Classrooms - Developing Intercultural Competence with Holly Cybulski
Podcast episode 4: Educational Technology Tools to Improve Engagement, Creativity, and Inclusivity with Siobhan Bell
Resources to help you teach with BigBlueButton
Resources to help you teach with Microsoft Teams
Resources to help you teach with Webex
Resources to help you teach with Zoom
Here are some questions and answers that may help support staff and administrators decide whether case writing is for them.
Here are some questions and answers that may help faculty decide whether case writing is for them.
HyFlex (or hybrid flexible) is a course design mode that gives students the opportunity to attend in class, online synchronously, or online asynchronously. Students can change their mode of attendance...
Podcast Episode 3: Unique Approaches to Online Math Assessment with Kevin Pitts
Podcast Episode 2: Using Microsoft Teams to Increase Engagement and Community in Your Class with Kirsti Clarida and Jason dojc
Podcast Episode 1: Adapting an Open Text with Tom Bartsiokas and Tricia Hylton
You can one of these platforms to build or adapt your OER.
A rubric is a document which communicates performance expectations.
Assessment design can be used to promote academic integrity.
Authentic Assessment definition and resources
In outcomes-based education, course assessments must assess the course learning outcomes.
Have a teaching challenge?
Active Learning Resources
Student engagement requires active strategies on the part of the instructor and a variety of methods.
A simple way to build community in the classroom or online is to incorporate icebreakers, energizers, and closers into your lessons.
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