Online Learning Training Programs 2021 Fall: Methods for Online Teaching 10/4/2021

Monday October 4, 2021 at 12:00 AM - Friday November 12, 2021 at 12:00 AM Room Blackboard Online Course 18 seats available

This October, the Office of Educational Technology is offering a new Online Learning Initiative that focuses more closely on the best practices in online course delivery. The Fall 2021 Intermediate OLI-Methods for Online Teaching is in place for faculty who would like take a more in depth look at how they teach online in the context of the Community of Inquiry Framework. The Online Learning Initiative training and certification or the equivalent offered by SPS is a pre-requisite for this training.

The purpose of this training course is to provide focused explanations and practical exercises to improve student engagement and success in the online modality. These concepts are essential for both synchronous and asynchronous teaching styles. All three of the primary concepts found in the community of inquiry framework are covered in addition to a fourth, ‘learner presence’ which rounds out and balances aspects of the framework that are currently the topic of discussion in academic circles. This training will be delivered in a five-unit structure that follows the best standards and practices available to date.


NOTE: Use these [Enrollment Guidelines], for instructions on sponsorship from your department to participate in this new course
ENROLLMENT DEADLINE: October 1st, 2021



You will receive the PD Participation Badge after you complete and provide feedback. This will enter you into the EdTech Innovation Chase, which is a game-based digital badging system to provide badges for participating in professional development activities, mentoring, and innovating. To learn more, please visit the EdTech Innovation Chase website.

This is a multi-day workshop. It starts on 10/4/2021 and ends on 11/12/2021

Instructor

ERIC RITHOLZ

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