New Peer-Reviewed Online Teaching Practices Added to Open Repository
Orlando, Florida, US – August 2023 – The editors of the Teaching Online Pedagogical Repository (TOPR) are pleased to announce 20 peer-reviewed entries accepted for publication from the Spring 2023 Call for Submissions. TOPR is an open platform for online/blended faculty and instructional designers to connect, find inspiration, and collaboratively contribute innovative online teaching strategies.
Entries were received from faculty and designers in multiple disciplines from various institutions. The 20 selected entries represent a diversity of approaches to designing online content, engagement activities, and assessments of learning.
The selected entries published as a result of the Spring 2023 Call for Submissions appear below.
Ait Maalem Lahcen, R., & Mohapatra, R. Incorporating a Success Module in Precalculus Algebra to Face Post-Pandemic Challenges.
Alavi, M., & Schmohl, T. A New Paradigm: Addressing Complex Challenges with Transdisciplinary Skills.
D’Anna, B., Boyd, B., Levitt, C. (2023). Trebian’s Model – Replacing Traditional Textbooks with Technology Resources.
Eadens, D.W., & Eadens, D.M. Demystifying Statistics for Doctoral Students in Education Using Collaborative Whiteboards.
Edwards, K., Fallucca, A., & Frass, L. Apply the DEAL Model of Critical Reflection in Blogs to Maximize Student Learning.
Longo, C., & Tsvelikhovskiy, B. Lightboard Lecture Pedagogy and Best Practices.
Matwick, K., & Matwick, K. Build Community Through Food Poetry.
McKenzie, M. Use Green Screens to Increase Engagement.
McNulty, R., Greenwood, E., & Fazzalari, R. Use Large Language Models to Simulate Professional Roleplaying as Opportunity for Authentic Assessment.
Mullen-Davis, M. Encouraging Transparency and Accountability for Group Oral Presentations.
Dr. Aimee deNoyelles, Managing Editor
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