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Title: Proposing New Classroom Delivery Mode to Support Online Learning  stever-kramer

Presenter: Steve Kramer, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Decision Sciences, ASQ Certified Master Black Belt, H. Wayne Huizenga College of Business and Entrepreneurship

Description: At NSU, teaching "online" use to mean teaching in an asynchronous format versus "ground" or “on-campus” which meant teaching face-to-face in a classroom. COVID required us to reconsider how we taught our courses which oftentimes meant teaching online and on-campus together, synchronously. Since COVID is no longer a constraint, colleges have reverted back to the previous course classifications. However, we need to consider the value of synchronous instruction for online courses.

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Identify current NSU teaching modes.
  2. Describe the potential of synchronicity toward learning outcomes.
  3. Appreciate the interest in creating a synchronous online mode.
  4. Discuss the logistical ramifications.
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