These CTL resources provide strategies for teaching and supporting your students' learning and well-being in online learning environments.
Creating Inclusive and Equitable Online Learning Environments
10 Strategies for Creating Inclusive and Equitable Online Learning Environments offers tips and techniques for creating inclusive and equitable learning environments that promote learning for all students.
Engaging Discussions Online
10 Strategies for Engaging Discussions Online offers ideas for conducting synchronous, or asynchronous, online discussions.
Promote Student Well-Being
10 Strategies for Promoting Student Flourishing is a resource on teaching strategies to promote student well-being.
Facilitate Effective Online Meetings
10 Strategies for Collegial Videoconferencing help meeting hosts facilitate effective videoconferencing sessions, whether these are class sessions or other kinds of meetings.
Structuring Group Work Online
Online learning can leave many students feeling isolated in their learning environments. One way to recreate classroom interaction is through group work.
Structuring Short-Term Group Work Online provides tips for structuring group work in Zoom and suggestions for effective group work models.
Use Digital Inking
Find out how you can use an Apple iPad and Pencil to annotate presentations or draw on a digital whiteboard.
See Stanford's Teach Anywhere site for guidance on making the shift to teaching in a classroom to teaching anywhere when circumstances might require you to temporarily deliver your class online.