Teaching infographics #2 – Using video to assess student attention

by / Wednesday, 18 November 2020 / Published in Assessment, Infographics, Instruction, Routines




Like many of you, I have Facebook and LinkedIn account, and I’m a member of a lot of educational groups on these two giant social media platforms. A lot of these groups post some excellent gems of information in the form of infographics.

I particularly like this one because it’s all about respecting students home situations, and with Covid, faculty are still mostly teaching ‘virtual class meetings’ with students, so a degree of sensitivity to this is needed. I think these are some basic tips, but very necessary things to think about as you move about your teaching routine and as you work with your students.

What do you think about this infographic? Is there anything you do differently when working with students online? What have you found to work well? What are you sure doesn’t work well. Please share your ideas with your colleagues as you look together at this infographic.

This is the second of a four part series on infographics about teaching online found on the web. This series is intended to start conversations in teaching online, with an emphasis on instructional practices that work best.

Previous posts in this series include:

#1 – 9 tips for teaching online