Preparing for the Future of Legal Education – Online teaching Tips & Techniques
CALI is offering a 4-week mini-course of 7 sessions via Zoom to teach Law Faculty how to go beyond Emergency Remote Teaching.
Topics covered include Creating a Successful Online Course, Technology: Platforms & Lectures, Assessment: Formative and Summative, Engaging Your Students, Creating a Framework for Online Learning, Different Mix of Techniques for Skills-based – Seminars or Large Classes, and Preparing to Teach Online: The Essential Checklist.
In this mini-course Law Faculty will be the Students. There will be readings, assessments, and homework. Students will be graded. This is key. We want Law Faculty to experience – as much as possible – what it’s like to take an online course. A course designed with best practices in distance learning.
The instructors are Deb Quentel, CALI’s Director of Curriculum Development, John Mayer, CALI’s Executive Director, and Elmer Masters, CALI’s Director of Technology. Guest speakers will join us for each session.
Please sign up with a commitment to learn and to stay for the duration. We will keep track of student progress and nudge you if you drop off. This is part of the intended experience.
The course is free.
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us.