Aileen Paez

About me


Institutional Connections | Origin: RT102 | New comment by Aileen Paez

Taking very specific steps towards oreintation and making activities meaningful and purposeful vs "winging" it

Students' Expectations | Origin: RT102 | New comment by Aileen Paez

Implementing my current students more and use them as a resource, this may empower both incoming and current student.

Engaging Online Learners | Origin: EL141 | New comment by Aileen Paez

A few things for sure that I have learned: 1. Although I pride myself in timely feedback, I do recognize that it is not always effective and detailed enough. All of these are necessary. 2. I think...

Compliance versus a Culture of Compliance | Origin: CM107 | New comment by Aileen Paez

The expectations are set right from the beginning. Following those expectation or standards or compliance is that much easier when hwat is expected is known. Makes it easier ofr instructors and...

Course Delivery | Origin: EL102 | New comment by Aileen Paez

I think that although it may be convenient for some, the lack of systems resource can cause many frustrations

Course Delivery | Origin: EL102 | New comment by Aileen Paez

although online learning is for many more convenient it may cause frustration to those that do not have adequate support for the system

Listening Tools and Techniques | Origin: AD115 | New comment by Aileen Paez

Thinking about listening as an "active" rather than a passive act is important. I thhinnk many people believe that if we are completely quite then we must be listening, but things like viaulaization,...

The Fundamentals of Listening | Origin: AD115 | New comment by Aileen Paez

Stephen Covey is so right in that often people listen just enough to respond but not to seek understanding. I also really want to start applying great listening skills like" curiosity, patience,...

Questioning Tools and Techniques | Origin: AD115 | New comment by Aileen Paez

Calrification is key, where it reframing the question or using a metaphor  

The Power of Questions | Origin: AD115 | New comment by Aileen Paez

The attributes of a powerful question were a good review to having the beginnings of questions written out. What I found interesting was the engaging versus disengaging questions. Had not thought of...