Participants will identify and describe online learning, facilitating online learning, and enabling attitudes to learning, and create student activities on a personal learning environment such as a blog, wiki, Moodle, Blackboard, Edmodo, Canvas, Ning and so on.
Course Layout (June 2-23, 2012)
Week 1: Online Teaching & Enabling Attitudes to Learning
Week 2: Setting Goals & Learning Outcomes
Week 3: Active Learning & Developing Artifacts
Language of Instruction:English
You may know about Moodle, Blackboard, Blogging, Wikis, Edmodo, Canvas, or other online learning environments or course management systems and how to add content and perhaps evaluate and grade students, but how do you facilitate online courses so that learners develop artifacts through active learning?
Duration of the Course
The 3-week course will take place from June 2 to June 23, 2012.
1. Webinars (see course layout/syllabus)
2. Discussions (enroll for the discussions here )
3. Course Tasks, Activities and Artifacts (Create or use personal learning environments such as blogs, wikis, e-portfolios, Mahara)
Outline of the Course
The course layout/syllabus is available on Google Docs and will be updated with the live sessions and any additional information as the course progresses.
Facilitators of the Course
The facilitators are Dr. Nellie Deutsch, Dr. Ludmila Smirnova, and Diethild Starkmeth. The 3 facilitate Moodle for Teacher (M4T) online workshops at Integrating Technology for Active Lifelong Learning (IT4ALL) and practice relationships-based collaborative learning.
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