2. Build your remote course

Remote teaching and learning guidelines for USask instructors

Once you have taken inventory and identified your face-to-face materials, you need to organize your course into weekly segmented sections of content called learning modules.  Each learning module has its own module outcomes, assessment/feedback, and learning activities that should align with, and be explicitly tied to, your course learning outcomes.

 

  • Engage Learners: Break content into chunks and incorporate student learning activities into each module focused on what you want students to learn.  
  • Set realistic expectations: When planning learner activities, think about the time they would put into a face-to-face course and check your expectations in the remote context.

  Remember: You don't have to create it all, there are many good open resources available.

 

For Each Learning Module:

Good Practice Guidelines - click to enlarge full infographic

A) Identify desired learning outcomes

B) Create active learning experiences & ways to engage learners

C) Plan for assessment and provision of feedback  (coming soon)