While there are many different ideas on exactly how education will change in the future, there is near-unanimous agreement that change is coming. In fact, we already see it. So how can you prepare to meet the changes happening now and the ones that are coming? As QM’s Executive Director Dr. Deb Adair shares in her 2020 New Year’s message, bringing quality to the table is an important place to start.
Available free of charge, view archived recordings of QM-hosted webinar sessions.
Members can access recorded sessions that showcase how fellow QM members are implementing and applying QM. See a listing of all sessions, then view the recording using links in the MyQM Reference Library.
Whether you are meeting with colleagues or using synchronous video with students, set yourself — and those you’re interacting with — up for success. Maximize interaction and avoid potential issues when using video communication tools by following these tips from Dr. Steven Crawford.
Whether you’re building on the work you did for remote instruction or you’re looking to improve the quality of an existing online course, the Bridge to Quality will help get you there! QM’s Online Course Design Guide helps you close gaps between your current course and your vision for its online potential by providing you with a “how-to” guide aimed at achieving QM Higher Ed. Standards.
Whether you’re building on the work you did for remote instruction or you’re looking to improve the quality of an existing online course, the Bridge to Quality will help get you there! QM’s Online Course Design Guide helps you close gaps between your current course and your vision for its online potential by providing you with a “how-to” guide aimed at achieving QM K-12 Standards.
The COVID-19 pandemic crisis forced the unprecedented transition of face-to-face instruction to remote and online modalities.
Five Tips for Remote Teaching
The COVID-19 pandemic created an unprecedented shift to remote learning. Many instructors dipped their toes into the online waters for the first time — an overwhelming experience. Thankfully, so many individuals with countless years of online experience were ready to help. Including Dr. Steven Crawford, the District Director for the Maricopa Center for Learning and Innovation at Maricopa Community Colleges, who has five tips to help when confronted with emergency remote teaching.
In response to the 2020 COVID-19 outbreak, Quality Matters made the decision to deliver the 2020 QM East Regional Conference online rather than onsite in New York City, New York. The online conference will take place on the same day as the original conference — Friday, April 24, 8:30 a.m. ET - 5:00 p.m. ET.
See the results from the fourth survey conducted by QM and Eduventures as part of The Changing Landscape of Online Education (CHLOE) project. The fourth installment of the multi-year project delved deeper into key online learning topics, including faculty preparation, OPM partnerships, online support services, enrollment trends, course design, and quality assurance practices.