ABOUT FACULTY TOOLKIT

Welcome to the Faculty Toolkit.
The Faculty Toolkit is a variety of resources to effectively design, develop, and deliver an online course. The toolkit also has a comprehensive list of academic technologies including training opportunities that are available for faculty.

We Make Learning Personal

A Welcome PodCast

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YOUR FACULTY TOOLKIT

Social Media Resources

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Welcome

We won’t meet the needs for more and better higher education until professors become designers of learning experiences and not teachers. 

—LARRY SPENCE (2001)

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10 SOCIAL MEDIA SITES FOR EDUCATION

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25 AWESOME SOCIAL MEDIA TOOLS FOR EDUCATION

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4 SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS FOR EDUCATORS

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GRAB YOUR PERFECT TOOL

You Are Unique

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COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES

While effectively communicating with the students in your online classes aids in the retention of your students, as educators, we should want to do more than just retain our students. We should provide them with a sense of community while enrolled in online classes to avoid the sense of isolation that some online students experience.  The goal of online communications is the same as the goal in face-to-face communications: to bond; to share information; to be heard, and to be understood

CHALLENGING STUDENTS

Active learning refers to a broad range of teaching strategies which engage students as active participants in their learning during class time with their instructor.

STUDENT ORIENTATION

Orientation is the first stepping-stone in a student’s educational experience. Developing a relevant and effective orientation program is crucial to ensuring both institution and student goals are met.

PROFILE OF AN ONLINE LEARNER

Digital learning as a popular learning approach has received increasing attention in modern education. The learner profile in online learning plays a critical role in supporting personalized learning.

 

GRAB YOUR PERFECT TOOL

You Are Unique​

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REFLECTION

Reflection involves linking a current experience to previous learnings (a process called scaffolding). Reflection also involves drawing forth cognitive and emotional information from several sources: visual, auditory, kinesthetic, and tactile. To reflect, we must act upon and process the information, synthesizing and evaluating the data. In the end, reflecting also means applying what we've learned to contexts beyond the original situations in which we learned something.

COLLABORATIVE ACTIVITIES

Creating a collaborative educational environment can build a community of caring individuals who are all working toward one common goal: increasing the students' positive outcomes.

CONTACT

Bay Path University

413-565-1009

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