Replied to How much ‘work’ should my online course be for me and my students? by dave dave (davecormier.com)
How much work is too much (or too little) work for my students? How much work is too much work for my TAs or for me? How do I design an online course? A post where i propose ‘Total Work Hours‘ as a replacement for the Course/Credit Hour. As we leave behind the emergency teaching processes that h...
I really appreciate this re-framing here.

Restructuring coursework takes a lot of time and effort. Looking out for part-timers and adjuncts who are already often thrown into the deep end without much support is also key.

Another question we may ask is how can students be better brought into the ideas behind the pedagogy to help themselves as well as their colleagues and potential future versions of a particular course?

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Chris Aldrich

I'm a biomedical and electrical engineer with interests in information theory, complexity, evolution, genetics, signal processing, theoretical mathematics, and big history. I'm also a talent manager-producer-publisher in the entertainment industry with expertise in representation, distribution, finance, production, content delivery, and new media.

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  1. Dave, you’ll get some richer, more comment-like displays of Webmentions/Pingbacks/Linkbacks if you’re using the Semantic Linkbacks plugin. It was built in tandem with the Webmention plugin and there’s some work to merge the two together, but it may be a while before that happens.

    Have you dovetailed your site with Brid.gy to pull back comments relating to your posts syndicated to other social sites like Twitter, Instagram, Flickr, Mastodon, etc. yet? It’s one of my favorite Webmention features to help aggregate all the conversation about my posts back to my website.

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