Five Ways to Improve Remote Learning by Rhea Kelly. (Rutgers University)

1) Assume students are “under-connected.”
2) Avoid information overload.
3) Build student community. 
4) Foster new learning rituals and routines. 
5) Develop evaluations that feel fair. 

Using Polling and WhiteBoard on Zoom by by Julie Horwath.

Creating a syllabus.

The Chronicle of Higher Education has published an excellent guide to creating effective course syllabi.

Improving Breakout Room Discussions in Online Teaching by Using Collaborative Documents.

Few suggestions for Self Care.

Enhancing Online Course Discussions through Conference Roles and Blogs.

The basics of peer evaluation by Dr Jim O’Connor.

Because teaching is a multi-dimensional job,
assessing what we do as teachers requires a
multi-faceted approach. No single instrument can
capture all aspects of any individual style or method
of teaching. Student surveys, for instance, can
measure whether student perceptions of what we
are doing are aligned with what we ourselves think
we are doing; but assessing our teaching requires
more than consumer impressions.

Creating a Sense of Instructor Presence in the Online Classroom

The sense of instructor presence is created through a combination of instructional design and delivery. Videos, photos, narratives—depending on one’s comfort level with the medium—can help create this sense of presence in advance of course delivery.

Use PowerPoint as a Virtual Background in Zoom.

This is a great way to personalize your background to fit your classroom needs.  in just a few clicks… you’ll be on your way!

To know more click on video below-

What makes a good instructional video? (Shared by Dr. Michael Barbour