Tuesday, October 27th, 2020
11:00 AM - 11:50 AM: Concurrent Sessions
Teaching Strategies that Facilitate Learning
Reframing Blended Assumptions: Making Decisions about Synchronous versus Asynchronous Delivery
QM Standards anchor an expanded conception of blended instruction so courses can pivot fluidly between synchronous vs in person delivery, maintain quality, and facilitate Flex modes. Examples illustrate synchronous vs asynchronous decision making.
Apply "flex" lens to asynchronous vs. synchronous delivery decisions
Extend QM blended recommendations to course design
Discuss examples of synchronous vs. asynchronous delivery decisions to expand own repertoire
Intended Participants: Role
Intended Participants - Knowledge Level
People new to the topic
Andria Schwegler, Associate Professor, Texas A&M University Central Texas
Barb Altman, Associate Dean, Texas A&M University - Central Texas
Dr. Barb Altman is Associate Dean and Associate Professor of Management at the College of Business Administration, Texas A&M University - Central Texas. She teaches graduate courses in Business Ethics, Leadership and Sustainability. She has been teaching online for over 20 years, is a QM Research Colleague and on the QM Academic Advisory Council. Her doctoral work was in Organizational Behavior and Management Policy.