Teaching Isn't Magic: Using Transparent Pedagogy in Online Teacher Education

Thursday, October 17 | 2:30PM–3:20PM | Meeting Room 210A/B
Session Type: Professional Development
Online learning provides a unique environment in teacher education programs for a transparent pedagogy—a strategy where we deliberately model and openly discuss our own pedagogical choices as instructors. Participants will learn tools and strategies for implementing a transparent pedagogy and will share their own expertise in teacher education.

Describe the benefit of a transparent pedagogy model in online teacher education courses. | Identify strategies for modeling and presenting our pedagogical choices as an instructor in online teacher education courses. | Share best practices and learn strategies from experienced colleagues.


  • Laura Dell

    Academic Director, Online Learning & Teacher Licensure, University of Cincinnati
  • Sarah Schroeder

    Director, Learning Design Collaborative, and Assistant Professor, University of Cincinnati

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