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FLDM Law School is a member of the The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (Cali.org). In June 2020, Cali organized the mini-course "Preparing for the Future of Legal Education - Online Teaching Tips & Techniques". It was divided into 7 sessions. Bellow, you will find the learning outcomes of each session, as well as videos of the sessions (about 9 hours) and links to articles and other resources to continue your exploration of online teaching as it will apply to your courses.

Session 1 – Creating a Successful Online Course

Learning Outcomes: At the conclusion of this session you should be able to:
1. Distinguish Emergency Remote Teaching from Online Teaching.
2. Describe a success from Emergency Remote Teaching.
3. Examine the pros and cons of teaching your course synchronously vs. asynchronously.
4. List two ways you want to change your course if it’s taught online in fall.

Session 2 – Technology: Platforms and Lectures

Learning Outcomes: At the conclusion of this session you should be able to:

  1. Distinguish between a LMS and a tool.
  2. Explain how you could use video in your course.
  3. Create an audio or video recording.
  4. Compare when you could use recorded video or a podcast in your course.

Session 3 – Assessment: Formative and Summative

Learning Outcomes: At the conclusion of this session you should be able to:

  1. Using CALI’s subject outlines, locate at least one CALI lesson that you could use in your course for formative assessment. 

  2. You have now completed a CALI lesson using LessonLink (Study Groups or Myths of Online Teaching) and a quiz created in 10 minutes using QuizWright at CALI’s website. Describe how to use either CALI’s QuizWright® or LessonLink in your course.

  3. List two types of formative assessment you can include in your fall course. 

Session 4 – Engaging Your Students

Learning Outcomes: At the conclusion of this session you should be able to:

  1. List three methods to improve student discussion postings.
  2. Demonstrate at least one method to engage students online.
  3. Describe two ways you can connect with students either individually, in small groups, or with the whole class.

Session 5 – Creating a Framework for Online Learning

Learning Outcomes: At the conclusion of this session you should be able to:

  1. Define the three presences of the Community of Inquiry model.

  2. Explain how you can create a social presence for students whether teaching asynchronously or synchronously.

Session 6 – Different Mix of Techniques for Skills-based, Seminars or Large Classes

Learning Outcomes: At the conclusion of this session you should be able to:

  1. List two techniques to use to teach your course online.

  2. Compare online teaching techniques used in different sizes of classes.

  3. Describe the problems you anticipate in teaching your course online. 

Session 7 – Preparing to Teach Online: The Essential Checklist

Learning Outcomes: At the conclusion of this session you should be able to:

  1. List learning items besides casebook readings to include in your course (i.e., slide presentations, podcasts, etc.).

  2. List techniques or tools that worked in spring and two new techniques to try.

  3. List three departments or resources at your law school where students can get advice about issues unrelated to your course.

More Resources

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