Choosing Materials for Your Online Class

This post is part of a series on designing an online class in a hurry and without a lot of training, resources, or support. For educators who are looking ahead to the summer and fall and think they may be asked to teach online rather than in a traditional classroom, this series can help you... Continue Reading →

Educator Check-In: Are You Overfunctioning?

It's Sunday night, which means many of my teacher friends are doing what they ought not: gearing up to overfunction. Overfunctioning is when you assume responsibility that is not yours and do work that belongs to others, thereby taking from others the responsibility and work they need to assume to develop into the people they... Continue Reading →

Framing Your Online Course

Read time: approx. 13 minutes This blog post is part of a series to help you build an online course quickly. It is for people who are preparing to launch their third trimester in course that they thought would be F2F but will begin instead as an online course, those looking ahead to intensive May... Continue Reading →

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