Types of Tools
Evaluating students as they move through course material is critical. Assessment tools can provide help beyond quizzes and exams.
Review teaching strategies that have been found to save time and/or improve learning outcomes.
Effective communication is critical in the classroom and online. These tools can help keep students connected to faculty and their peers.
Quality course materials help students to access essential information. Faculty can choose the tool that best fits the course material and desired presentation style.
Open-source communities cooperate to develop software and make it available to users without license fees. These tools are available for use with no cost to the user.
The creation of a learning community is important for online and hybrid courses. Social media tools can assist with creating and sharing user-generated content.
These teaching strategies can help to foster student engagement both online and in the classroom.