Day 1 - Concurrent Session 1 - Design and Delivery of Regular and Substantive Interaction - Michael Fortune, Kylen Clark, Maree Michaud-Sacks, Jennifer Nettleton, Michael Panetta
From Sarah Valentine
This presentation will outline assorted strategies of incorporating Regular and Substantive Interaction (RSI) into your course. Opportunities, challenges, examples, and resources along with associated tech tools will be focused as well. RSI is a central component of online courses, and it is now necessary for courses to be designed, reviewed, and delivered in response to new DOE Regulations. This framework must be instructor initiated, predictable for students, and focused on the content of the course. We will also explain which team – ID or ET – should be contacted based on how you will incorporate RSI ideas and strategies in your course.
Presented by: Michael Fortune, Kylen Clark, Maree Michaud-Sacks, Jennifer Nettleton, Michael Panetta
Moderated by: Sarah Valentine