Template: eTutoring – Managing Your Time

Teaching Online – Module 1, Session 4: Managing your time on your online course template Use this template to guide you through managing your time on your online course. Download and save this template for your own reference. What will your email policy be for your students? How will this be conveyed to them? Description:

How will you avoid being the first port of call for IT and technology related issues with your virtual learning environment? How will this information be shared with students? What will your tone of voice be – authoritative, helpful, etc? Description:

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How will you prepare for students’ non-assignment support queries (counselling, financial, etc)? Description:

How will you prepare for assignment-related queries? Description:

How will you ensure there is no ambiguity with assignments/projects, deadlines, essential course information? Description:

How often will you monitor student activity in discussions forums? How will you address any issues that arise in the discussion forums? Description:

This resource was created by University College Falmouth and released as an open educational resource for University College Falmouth for the Learn to Teach Online course. The free Learn to Teach Online course is funded by University College Falmouth's Learning and Teaching Enhancement Programme. © 2012 University College Falmouth

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Licence. When repurposing this resource please acknowledge the B4EE project.

How will you encourage students to support one another online? Description:

What approaches or systems do you think you will develop to help you keep on top of student submissions? Description:

If a student persists in asking you the same question or struggles to differentiate between urgent and non-urgent issues - how will you address this? Description:

This resource was created by University College Falmouth and released as an open educational resource for University College Falmouth for the Learn to Teach Online course. The free Learn to Teach Online course is funded by University College Falmouth's Learning and Teaching Enhancement Programme. © 2012 University College Falmouth

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Licence. When repurposing this resource please acknowledge the B4EE project.

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