Subscribe RSS Feed Itunes | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn Connect @topcastnow (Use #topcastnow) Email Topcast Get More TOPcastEpisode 85: Blended Is the Future. (And It’s Not Just Courses)Episode 84: The Value of Engaging with Our CommunityEpisode 83: Re-thinking Synchronous for the Post-COVID EraEpisode 82: Fostering Large Scale OER AdoptionEpisode 81: Technology Adoption as Enabling the “Right Thing” View All Posted on April 6, 2020April 6, 2020 by Jonathan PizzoEpisode 63: Field Report #1: Making #RemoteTeaching Happen About Episode 63: This episode is the first in a mini-series of monthly “field reports” offering collegial advice in getting through the current era of “remote teaching” necessitated by COVID-19. Hosts Kelvin and Tom offer principles for launching and sustaining remote teaching initiatives. Podcast Recording https://media.blubrry.com/ucf_topcast/p/cdl.ucf.edu/staticfiles/topcast/topcast-563.mp3Podcast (teaching-online-podcast): Play in new window | Download (Duration: 32:50 — 30.4MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | TuneIn | Spotify | RSS Download Transcript: [PDF] Episode 63 Show Notes: Episode Synopsis via Twitter View complete list of episode highlights via Twitter Coffee Links “Oxford Blend” from Drinklings Coffee and MugsBiodegradable Keurig French Roast Coffee in K-Cups Content Links UCF’s Keep Teaching SiteUCF’s Keep Learning SiteKelvin Thompson’s Tweet (and Replies) on Not Conflating Remote Instruction with Online EducationJosh Eyler’s Tweet (and Replies) on Vulnerability in Remote TeachingCathy Davidson’s Tweet (and Replies) on the “Life Skill” of Crisis SurvivalBrandon Bayne’s Tweet (and Replies) on “Adjusted Syllabus” Principles of EmpathyTom Cavanagh’s Tweet (and Replies) on Importance of CommunicationBlog: George Veletsianos on Not Doing Online Efficacy Research During COVID-191.5 Minute News Video: “UCF Prepares for Remote Classes” (featuring Tom Cavanagh interview)Tampa Bay Times Article: “75,000 Florida college students petition for pass/fail grading, citing coronavirus“ Like what you see? Tell the world!