Contact ColoradoSPH's Senior Instructional Designer
The ColoradoSPH Office of Academic Affairs retains the services of Christine Mousavi, a Senior Instructional Designer housed in the school's Center for Public Health Practice, to support ColoradoSPH faculty as you build or update your courses. She has tools, resources and best practices expertise to help you to make your courses more engaging and enriching. While Christine's primary expertise is in online instructional design, she can also help with hybrid and in-person courses.
Some specific areas in which Christine may be able to help our faculty create a more vibrant online or hybrid space for a course include:
- Choosing from the many different modes and methods of delivering content
- Organizing your course in Canvas
- Designing and developing activities (fully online or blended classroom)
- Desinging and recording interative lectures
- Identifying technology that fits your delivery and skill set
- Building your virtual classroom presence
- Locating resources and training
Additionally, faculty can access other resources listed below directly through the University of Colorado's Center for Faculty Development.
Topics include: managing large classes, tips for new teachers, crisis management, learning communities, team-based learning, and teaching diverse students.
Learn about about audio, video, clickers and Web 2.0 tools.
Learning assessment is more than testing students and assigning grades. It is a system that provides feedback about student learning. Topics include: authentic assessment, formative assessment, concept maps, grading, learning objectives, and performance-based assessment.
Topics include: online activities & strategies, threaded discussions, tools & course management systems, online content, copyright and digital resources.
Explore the various teaching methods and learning styles. Topics include: Bloom's taxonomy, experiential learning, learning styles, active learning strategies, and concept maps.
Try an online tutorial to learn a teaching and learning topic in depth. Tutorials include: Assessment & Instructional Alignment, Learning Contracts, Rubrics.