“The More of Me I Put in My Classroom, the More My Students Engage”

I went to an amazing session at the Washington Canvas User's Group conference (WACUG) right before spring quarter and I heard the MOST AMAZING statement from a faculty. They said, "I found that the more of me I put into my classroom, the more my students engage." The context was that this was a session … Continue reading “The More of Me I Put in My Classroom, the More My Students Engage”

Come join us for a live 75 minute online seminar “How to Balance Online Learner Needs and Instructor Workload

Come join us for a live 75 minute online seminar “How to Balance Online Learner Needs and Instructor Workload” at the Kirk library-Room 139, Wednesday, February 23, 2011 at 10.00 a.m. You do not need to sign up ahead of time. This seminar will provide tangible, working solutions that you can use to modify your … Continue reading Come join us for a live 75 minute online seminar “How to Balance Online Learner Needs and Instructor Workload

Important Dates for Winter 2011

Winter 2011 December 30 - Angel classrooms open for students January 3 - first day for face-to-face, eCorrespondence, Hybrid and Web-Enhanced classes January 6 - first day for Fully Online classes January 17 - Martin Luther King Holiday (campus closed) February 11 - Advising Day (all classes will meet) February 21 - President's Day Holiday (campus … Continue reading Important Dates for Winter 2011

Sign up for Angel Training!

Kathy Brooks at Centralia College will be offering a three-week training class in Beginning Angel for teachers. What’s Angel? This is Centralia College’s main online course management system.  Teachers put items into their Angel classroom for your students.  During the quarter, registered students access Angel content.  An Angel classroom can include text, pictures, computer files (Word, music, video, text, … Continue reading Sign up for Angel Training!

Technology Tools for Educators – A Great Resource for Learning about Them

Several folks came back from a workshop on Technology Tools.  I got the low-down from Margaret Snyder. The workshop presenter was Sue Frantz from Highline.  She teaches psychology.  Interestingly, she tried teaching online and didn't like it so she teaches face-to-face (well, web-enhanced!).  Tech is her thing so she uses lots of tools in her … Continue reading Technology Tools for Educators – A Great Resource for Learning about Them

End of Quarter Important Dates

Below you will find dates for Fully Online classes as well as all other classes per the information that went out before and during Fall quarter. Fully Online Classes: Classrooms Opened: September 16th Instruction began: September 23rd Last Day to include Finals: December 1st eCorrespondence, Hybrid, Web-Enhanced Classes: Classrooms Opened: September 16th Instruction began: September … Continue reading End of Quarter Important Dates