Teaching scenarios are a collection of tasks you may want to achieve in the classroom or while managing your course. Each teaching scenario is paired with a technology-based solution on how to achieve that task. These teaching scenarios may help you answer questions such as: How can I create narrated slides? How can I better explain a difficult concept? How can I provide office hours that works for my students?
Explore the teaching scenarios below and find the right tools.
Teaching Scenario Tags
Instructional design is an integral part of the development process for course material that uses any form of technology for delivery. Each teaching scenario is tagged with a label that aligns or promotes a typical instructional activity.
To actively engage learners in the learning process and class content.
To promote a deeper level of learning, comprehension and support; tailored to the needs of the student.
To engage students through the exploration of problems, particularly prior to presenting the learning material.
To form groups of students into learning communities where students collect, share and exchange knowledge.
To prepare students to derive conclusions and obtain solutions by conceptualizing, analyzing, reasoning, reflecting, and communicating knowledge, ideas, and experiences.
To present students with the principles, theories, information, and knowledge, either by presentation delivery, simulation, or other methods.
To integrate community service with instruction; students will reflect on the experience as part of the learning process.