Books by Jered Borup

Open AIMs

This collection provides access to open assessments, instruments, and measures that may be used for education research.

Teaching With Asynchronous Video

When teaching online, many instructors utilize videoconferencing tools to improve social presence, connection, and to offer an approximation of an in-class experience. However, many instructors and students have recognized that video conferencing has limitations. Asynchronous video can help address several of the challenges that instructors and students encounter in videoconferencing, while preserving some of the benefits, such as a richer, more personal experience and enhanced social presence. But what are the most effective strategies for using asynchronous video?

This book encapsulates lessons learned from our own research and teaching using asynchronous video tools, previously published in a popular Educause Review series of articles. In this book, we'll review the reasons why asynchronous video should be an important tool in an online teacher's toolbox, and discuss practical strategies for integrating these tools into your teaching.

This material was written with the support of EdConnect and previously published in a series of articles in Educause Review.

K-12 Blended Teaching (Vol 2)

This book is a guide to blended teaching in K-12 classrooms. It is a follow-up to Volume 1 the K-12 Blended Teaching: A Guide to Personalized Learning and Online Integration. The purpose of this book is to provide rich examples of the four blended teaching competencies from a disciplinary perspective. The first three chapters of the book provide definitions and an overview of the blended teaching framework. Subsequent chapters are organized into sections that focus on blended teaching in specific disciplines. Each section has the following chapters

  • Introductions – video introductions to the model teachers who will share video examples throughout the section.
  • Why Blend? – descriptions from the model teachers about why they chose to try blended learning in their classrooms.
  • Online Integration and Management – Examples about how to effectively combine online instruction with in-person instruction.
  • Online Interaction – Examples about how to facilitate online interactions with and between students.
  • Data Practices – Examples about how to use digital tools to monitor student activity and performance in order to guide student growth.
  • Personalizing Instruction – Examples about how to implement a learning environment that allows for student customization of goals, pace, and/or learning path.

K-12 Blended Teaching

This book is your guide to blended teaching in K-12 spaces. It was designed to help both pre-service teachers and in-service teachers prepare their classes for blended teaching. This book begins by orienting you to the foundational dispositions and skills needed to support your blended teaching practice. Then you will be introduced to four key competencies for blended teaching:

  • Online Integration – ability to effectively combine online instruction with in-person instruction.
  • Data Practices – ability to use digital tools to monitor student activity and performance in order to guide student growth.
  • Personalizing Instruction – ability to implement a learning environment that allows for student customization of goals, pace, and/or learning path.
  • Online Interaction – ability to facilitate online interactions with and between students.

Chapters by Jered Borup

Back to Feedback Basics Using Video RecordingsFaculty Perceptions of Using Synchronous Video-based Communication TechnologyNetworking at Conferences