In the wake of COVID-19, you might have moved your math, science or other STEM courses online with little to no time for planning. Maybe you’re preparing to move your STEM courses online for the fall or the foreseeable future as the education landscape continues to shift. Or, perhaps, you’re simply interested in knowing what it takes for a STEM course to succeed online.
Watch a panel of higher education faculty, administrators and digital learning experts from East Tennessee State University, Colorado Technical University and DigitalEd discuss the unique challenges and opportunities in moving complex STEM courses online.
You’ll also learn about the following:
- Setting up synchronous, asynchronous or hybrid learning opportunities
- Courseware platforms that support STEM learning
- Producing and enriching online courses with content that promotes student engagement
- Student success and assessment in online environments