Eric
Eric Hudson
Eric Hudson is the Director of Teaching and Learning at GOA. His colleagues turn to Eric for even-keeled evaluation of a situation and solutions that account for many variables. Prior to GOA, Eric taught English at Kingswood Oxford and Buckingham Browne & Nichols Schools, where he spent seven years integrating technology into school classrooms. Connect with him on Twitter or LinkedIn.

Posts by Eric Hudson:

GOA regularly creates short videos highlighting examples of excellent teaching and instructional design featuring Global Online Academy Faculty. Each member of our faculty currently works for one of our member schools. In this video, I highlight teacher approaches to instructional design promoting community building during the orientation of a online course. Examples from Nan Ketpura-Ching (Punahou School), Wayne […]

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Online Learning
Instructional Design

Where and how faculty gather are critical factors in the life of a school. In an environment where time can be scarce and adult connection can be fleeting, a faculty room serves a variety of purposes: as a hub for information and communication, as a place to encourage adults to interact meaningfully, as a refuge […]

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Leadership
Online Learning
Professional Development

In this video, I will highlight tips and examples for utilizing and managing video chats, both student-to-student and student(s)-to-teacher. Examples in this video come from from Glenda Baker (The American School in Japan), Nan Ketpura-Ching (Punahou School), Jen Neubauer (The Dalton School), and Alyson Solomon (Germantown Friends School).    

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Online Learning
Instructional Design
Student Engagement
Video - Teacher Feature

In this video, I will highlight teacher strategies for supporting students in becoming successful online learners – focusing on skills. Examples from Alyson Solmon (Germantown Friends School), Ayako Anderson (Noble & Greenough School), Chris Rhodes (Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School).  

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Online Learning
Instructional Design
Video - Teacher Feature

The other day, I came across this photo on Twitter: The photo comes from a Pinterest page, “UX Design Explained,” dedicated to best practices in product and web design. Mastery of UX, the user experience, has become a top corporate priority, whether a company designs ketchup bottles or some of the most popular technology in […]

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Online Learning
Instructional Design
Making Connections

This video highlights examples of teacher efforts to create low-stakes, straightforward, communal work that bring an entire classes together in one activity. Examples from Steve Ingrassia (Hawken School), David Lowen (Greenhill School), and Douglas Kiang (Punahou School).

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Online Learning

In this video, I highlight examples of effective communication strategies, including email and video examples, as well as an example of one strategy for using quizzes as a way to communicate intention / expectation.  

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Online Learning

Teachers agree that a strong sense of community is a critical component of any successful class. Traditionally, though, communal activities are based on course content. We find a textbook or a novel, and we have lively discussions about it. We have an important lab to complete, and we group students and ask them to complete […]

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Online Learning
Instructional Design
Student Engagement

In this video, I highlight examples of course page design strategies, including ‘keeping it simple’, ‘using a variety of techniques’, and ‘delivering information in digestible bites’.

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Online Learning

In this video, I highlight examples of the design of assessments that are rigorous, innovative, interactive, and collaborative.

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Video - Teacher Feature
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