University of New South Wales is conducting an online course on Learning to Teach Online.
The Learning to Teach Online (LTTO) MOOC will help you develop a working understanding of successful online teaching strategies that you can apply in your own practice. The course is based upon the multi award winning open educational resource developed by Dr Simon McIntyre and Karin Watson.
Integrating online technologies into your teaching can be a challenging prospect, and it can be difficult to know how to approach it effectively for the benefit of both students and yourself. No one knows your own content and teaching strengths better than you, and the “one size fits all” formula doesn’t always suit everyone. No matter what type of technology you are interested in exploring or your level of experience, this course will help you draw on your teaching strengths and find the approach that is right for you, your students and your educational context.
This course will guide you through your journey of understanding how online technologies can enhance your course design. You will have the opportunity to develop your understanding of effective online teaching practices and their relationship to the use of different technologies. You will also be encouraged to progressively design and reflect upon your own online learning activity, assessment or resource for use in your own class if you choose to undertake the course assignments.
- Why is Online Teaching Important + Open and Institutionally Supported Technologies
- Planning Online Learning + Online Learning Activities
- Online Assessment Strategies + Online Resources
- Engaging and Motivating Students + Evaluation Strategies
- Question and Answers
Associate Professor Simon McIntyre
Associate Dean Education, UNSW Sydney | Art & Design
Dr Negin Mirriahi, Academic Developer, Learning and Teaching Unit (formerly)
Adjunct Lecturer, School of Education
Approx. 22 hours to complete
To Enroll for this course, click the below link.
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