- For emails to the entire class, use GauchoSpace’s Peachmail.
- To make announcements that will be emailed to students as well as visible on the GauchoSpace page, use the Instructor Announcements Forum.
- For office hours or other small-group “live” meetings, use Zoom.
- Encourage student interactions by using Nectir, a “chat-like” application that can be used on computers, phones, and embedded into GauchoSpace.
The presentations and tutorials listed below provide strategies for how to engage your students and encourage interaction among students as well as between you and them.
Fostering Peer-to-Peer Interaction while Teaching Remotely
Self-guided tour to come. Slides for “Fostering Peer-to-Peer Interaction while Teaching Remotely.”
Helping Students Engage Course Content (Remotely)
“Helping Students Engage Course Content” is a tutorial (GauchoSpace access required) that focuses on strategies to support students’ textual analysis and writing, including peer review. If you do not have GauchoSpace access, you can watch the video below that includes most of the content.
Download the slide deck for embedded links to additional videos included in the presentation. You can also see the slides for a workshop presentation on Write-Learn and the EliReview Best Practices.