Episode 6 | Should you Give a Mid-Term Survey

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Today’s podcast episode covers the question of whether you should administer a mid-term survey in your online course. As you can probably guess, I’m a big fan of the mid-term survey. I go over some of the reasons why in the episode. If you’re curious to see what my mid-term surveys look like, you’re welcome to […]

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Episode 5 | Loving our Students

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Image by Ben_Kerckx via PixabayMy apologies for the podcast silence over the past few weeks. I’ve been out of town! Here is an episode I had hoped to publish last week, just in time for Valentine’s Day, with a few thoughts on loving our students even when it’s not easy to do so. If you […]

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Episode 4 | How to Communicate with your Online Students

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In this episode, I discuss some options for communicating with your online students either individually or as a group. I’d love to hear your suggestions, particularly if you have held online office hours that you found worked well. Please share below or send me a message: thinkingofyoupodcast@gmail.com!   Subscribe!  Leave a Question or Comment for Camille […]

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Episode 2 | Humanize your Instructor Bio

Thinking of You Podcast

Today’s episode is all about humanizing your instructor bio. I also share some feedback and comments on the first episode of the podcast. You can listen and subscribe below.  I hope you’ll feel inspired to take a look at your own bio after listening. I updated mine today and realized that it listed the wrong department […]

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Trailer | About the Thinking of You Podcast

Thinking of You Podcast

I’ve started a podcast called Thinking of You! I’ll be putting out short Q&A episodes relating to teaching online. You can check out the trailer episode below to hear why I chose the podcast title, and you can subscribe here. It should be available on most of the major platforms soon. Have a Question about Teaching […]

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Course Tour: Pathophysiology

Image b BarbaraALane on Pixabay. Used under a CC-0 licenseI always think it’s fun to get a peek at the inner working of other peoples’ courses. I got a question recently about how to incorporate student choice into courses, so I thought I’d record a short course tour with an focus on how I have […]

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Top 10 Tools for Learning – 2018

Image by artyangel on Pixabay. Used under a CC-0 licenseEvery year, Jane Hart compiles a list of the top tools for learning. People are invited to submit their top 10, and she compiles all of them into a big list of several hundred. I missed the deadline this year, but thought I’d write mine up […]

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What Does it Mean to be Student-Centered?

Image by Olga_968 on PixabayThere was a discussion at MUIH a few weeks about what it means for faculty to be student-centered. I couldn’t make it due to some technological problems, so I wanted to jot down a few thoughts on the topic. To me, being student-centered begins with your own beliefs and conceptualizations about students […]

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