1. Creating Student Feedback Videos
  2. Using Breakout Groups To Increase Student Engagement
  3. Creating Course/Unit Introduction Videos
  4. Using Polling in Zoom
  5. Creating Instructor Response Videos
  6. Think/Pair/Share (online)
  7. Fishbowl Discussion (online)
  8. Minute Paper/Muddiest Point (online)
  9. Case Studies (online)
  10. Student-Defined Questions in Large Courses (online)
  11. Pro and Con Grid in Large Courses (online)
  12. Minute Paper/Muddiest Point in Large Courses (online)
  13. Defining Features Matrix in Large Courses (online)
  14. Background Knowledge Probe in Large Courses (online)
  15. Think-Aloud Pair Problem-Solving (classroom)
  16. Structured Problem-Solving (classroom)
  17. Send-a-Problem (classroom)
  18. Case Studies (classroom)
  19. Analytic Teams (classroom)
  20. Minute Paper / Muddiest Point (classroom)
  21. Memory Matrix (classroom)
  22. Focused Listing (classroom)
  23. Empty Outlines (classroom)
  24. Background Knowledge Probe (classroom)
  25. Fishbowl Discussion (classroom)
  26. Three-Step Interview (classroom)
  27. Talking Chips (classroom)
  28. Round Robin (classroom)
  29. Buzz Groups (classroom)
  30. Student-Defined Questions (classroom)
  31. Defining Features Matrix (classroom)
  32. Pro and Con Grid (classroom)
  33. Content, Form, and Function Outlines (classroom)
  34. Categorizing Grid (classroom)
  35. Analytic Memo (classroom)
  36. Sharing a Google Doc Template for Students
  37. Breakout Group Activities Using Google Slides
  38. Using NameCoach in the Classroom
  39. Think/Pair/Share (classroom)
  40. Classroom Amplification Solutions
  41. Managing Student Questions with Piazza — Description
  42. Managing Large Course Sections in Canvas
  43. Group Curation Activity in Canvas
  44. Managing Groups in Canvas for Large Courses
  45. Online Peer Editing
  46. Managing Student Questions with Piazza — Example Microbiology
  47. Use of Third-Party Applications
  48. Supported Technologies
  49. Using Canvas Quizzes to Create an Anonymous Survey
  50. Engaging and Measuring Student Knowledge With Video Content
  51. Using Zoom Breakout Rooms
  52. Adding Video to Comments in Canvas SpeedGrader
  53. Keeping Students Informed & Engaged
  54. Creating a Multi-Source Presentation Video with Camtasia for Windows
  55. Creating a Screencast Video with Camtasia for Windows
  56. Creating a Multi-Source Presentation Video with Camtasia for Mac
  57. Creating a Screencast Video with Camtasia for Mac
  58. Recording Course Video in Zoom
  59. Low-Bandwidth Instruction
  60. Developing Video Content for Students
  61. Gathering Feedback from Students
  62. Using Google Docs Chat Feature to Collaborate in Classrooms
  63. Practicing Compassion with Course Workload
  64. Using the Bietrun Wireless Headset Microphone (or alternative brand) with the ION Arena Portable Speaker
  65. Using Top Hat for Polling Students in Zoom
  66. Creating a Classroom Backchannel for Student Questions Using Top Hat
  67. Using Top Hat Discussion Questions in Classrooms
  68. Creating Narrated Presentations Using Microsoft PowerPoint for Windows
  69. Creating Narrated Presentations Using Microsoft PowerPoint for Mac
  70. Creating a Classroom Backchannel for Student Questions Using Piazza
  71. Support Resources for Google Slides
  72. Creating Google Forms to Solicit Student Reflections
  73. Zoom - Adding a Zoom Recording to Kaltura Mediaspace
  74. Recording and Uploading Video Using Kaltura MediaSpace Go Mobile App (iOS)
  75. Adding Video to Kaltura Gallery Using Canvas Teacher Mobile App (iOS)
  76. Adding Video to Kaltura Gallery Using Canvas Teacher Mobile App (Android)
  77. Canvas - Pronoun Use in Canvas Overview
  78. Using the Giecy portable voice amplifier
  79. Using the PGA31 Headset Microphone with an AV presentation system
  80. Support Resources for Canvas Instruction
  81. Adding Video To Canvas Announcements Using Canvas Teacher Mobile App (iOS)
  82. Adding Video to Canvas Discussions Using Canvas Teacher Mobile App (iOS)
  83. Using Top Hat to Present Questions to Students in the Classroom