Online Courses (CUTS Only)
Online courses are available for Principle Certificate participants only. They are offered asynchronously via Blackboard, and have to be taken in order. For more information about online course and the Certificate in University Teaching Skills, click here.
- Teaching Philosophy, August 31 – September 11 (closed)
- Course Design, September 21 – October 2
- Learning Technologies, October 12 – 26
Webinar: Increasing Engagement in Online Courses
September 25, 10:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Zoom link: https://slu.zoom.us/j/96430910371
Presented by Reinert Center Online Teaching Fellows Margaret Benz (School of Nursing) and Katie Devany (School for Professional Studies)
Teaching remotely can make both the instructor and students feel disconnected from one another as well as the content; but it doesn’t have to. Join us as we discuss strategies and technologies to help bridge the gap between the physical and virtual classroom, increase engagement, and decrease frustration.
Reinert Center Webinar: Engaging with Remote/In-Class Students
Friday, October 2, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
This webinar will specifically address courses that are currently supporting students that are both online and in-class. However, this webinar is open to any faculty regardless of their teaching situation. Participants will leave with a few actionable strategies to establish, maintain, and sustain student engagement.
Zoom Link: https://slu.zoom.us/j/97377714512
Introduction to Online Teaching
The Introduction to Online Teaching is a fully-online asynchronous seminar that provides a pedagogical foundation for Saint Louis University faculty who are new to the online teaching environment. The seminar provides faculty an opportunity to gain the experience of an online “student” and to experience a fully-online course that has been designed to align with the University’s Online Course Design Rubric while developing a plan for an online course.
Current available sections:
- October 6 - October 20
- November 3 - November 17
All Praxis workshops will be offered virtually this semester. They will be offered asynchronously via Blackboard, and we will be running three Praxis workshops simultaneously. Each Praxis will be available for approximately 3-4 weeks, and participants will have to complete various activities for each in order to receive credit. Registration is required.
Set One (Registration closes Sept. 18)
- Designing, Implementing and Assessing Technology-Based Assignments, Sandy Gambill- Reinert Center
- Introduction to Ignatian Pedagogy, Gina Merys- Reinert Center
Set Two (Opens first week of October)
- Against Correction: Giving Effective Feedback, Laura Hardin Marshall and Paul Lynch- English
- Lessons from Cognitive Science for the Classroom, Lisa Willoughby, Psychology
- Pop-Culture in Education as a Liberation Practice, Katie Heiden-Rootes- Family and Community Medicine
- Privilege in the Classroom, Kira Banks- Psychology
The following is a list of asynchronous instructional videos created by the staff of the Reinert Center. We are continuing to develop more videos, so check back often for new offerings.