Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Supporting the success of online students who are deaf - Laurel Iverson Hitchcock, Teaching & Learning in Social Work

As the field of online education grows and new technologies develop, it’s important to us to make sure that we’re inclusive in administration, planning, and teaching. Matthea Marquart and Beth Counselman-Carpenter of Columbia hosted a conversation on the topic, tod learn from the experiences of our peers at other institutions. You can access a copy of our handout, which includes details about the tools & strategies we’ve used to support online students who are deaf, here: https://doi.org/10.7916/D8V12B58 From our perspective, there are three critical components to success: never assume, attention to a solid time line, and thorough preparation with a back-up plan for live course sessions. http://www.laureliversonhitchcock.org/2017/06/23/supporting-the-success-of-online-students-who-are-deaf-lessons-presented-at-swde2017/

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