Deniese Cox

Deniese's quick tips for success

In these short videos I share some practical tips and strategies for your online teaching

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Welcome!

Great to see you here. This first section includes a short welcome from me and some advice for getting the most out of these video resources

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Duration

How the shift to online education can be the perfect prompt to move your teaching quality forward

03:35

Getting the most out of these video resources

03:22

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Jargon 101

Learn what these terms really mean and which ones relate to things you should be doing in every online course

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Duration

Synchronous v Asynchronous

Teacher-centred + Student-centred

06:08

06:45

The Basics

This set is for educators who want to take a quick breath, regroup, and have a fresh look at their online teaching 

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Duration

Yes, online education does feel different

08:31

Rule #1 of teaching online

04:51

Pre-recording video content

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Powerpoint disaster zones

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Next Level

Wanting to power your online teaching up to the next level? These practical, actionable ideas are ready for you to implement today

1-minute communication checklist

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Duration

What great online educators do

Add purpose to those assigned readings

Why and how to use live polling

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08:39

04:36

For those who love a bit of theory

While still short and to the point, these videos are more theoretical and appeal to those who want a behind-the-scenes look at online education

Why what you do is often different from your ideal when teaching online

Three models of ‘best practice’ online education

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Duration

Knowledge domains for teaching online

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Private clients only

These videos are bonus content for private clients only. Those clients also receive personalised strategies, tailored resources, and ongoing support as they implement online teaching strategies that are aligned with their unique strengths, teaching style, and topic

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5 teaching online mistakes you can't afford to make

Generating student action and/or attendance

Text based discussions that work

Planning an effective live lecture

Developing a 'persona student' to guide your course design