Here's an archive of creative ways that On
Course Workshop graduates have used or adapted On Course strategies in their
role with students.
But donít stop there. Review the strategies listed for "Any Course." Then check out how educators in other roles have implemented On Course strategies. Some of their ideas might be perfect for you, too. Or they might spark a way of implementing a strategy in a way you've never considered.
If you've contributed an idea to this resource, submit a revision at any time, especially adding information about outcomes and experiences with students. By the way, your submissions may have been edited for clarity or effectiveness. Feel free to send your own revisions. If youíve contributed an idea but you donít find it here, it probably duplicated an idea already included. Please send another!
Contribute to this collection! Please share how you have used or adapted a strategy from the On Course Workshops or any other On Course resource. Send your contributions to Info@OnCourseWorkshop.com.
NOTE: This resource is intended for graduates of the On Course I Workshops only. No attempt is made here by authors to explain the structure or strategy being implemented (that was done in the workshop). All that is explained here is how the author used or adapted it. If you have not take the On Course I Workshop and you are unfamiliar with the structure or strategy being discussed, confusion is to be expected and is no reason to judge the submission negatively (as would be human nature).