Teaching Online: Reflections on Practice

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The Canvas Network sets itself apart from other education providers by making learning current and directly relevant to you. For example, the network uses the AMC hit TV series "The Walking Dead" to teach lessons in survival, science and society. Looking to advance your business career even further? Learn from knowledgeable professors like Kirk O. Hanson. Hanson has 23 years of experience teaching business ethics and is the executive director for the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University. Learn about large events like the Olympics with professor Mark Wilson, who has visited eight world's fairs and two Olympics. The Canvas Network leaves behind the “one-size-fits-all” approach to online learning and offers classes taught by outstanding professors with course material that is made relevant to today's society.

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Designing and facilitating online courses with a diverse student population is a challenge for new, as well as experienced online instructors. This course invites your critical reflection on the methods of online instruction; beliefs and potential bias of the online learner; policies and rules and how they align with course objectives; tone and the purpose of communication.

We’ve collected readings and experiences of practice from online instructors and students to provide a foundation for discussion. The decisions they have made will help us make similar or, upon reflection, different choices for ourselves and our students.

Those new to online instruction will benefit from the practical knowledge shared in this course. Experienced online instructors and designers will both expand their exposure to new insights and focus on the details of their own practice. The unique community college perspective, with all its diversity, provides ...

Designing and facilitating online courses with a diverse student population is a challenge for new, as well as experienced online instructors. This course invites your critical reflection on the methods of online instruction; beliefs and potential bias of the online learner; policies and rules and how they align with course objectives; tone and the purpose of communication.

We’ve collected readings and experiences of practice from online instructors and students to provide a foundation for discussion. The decisions they have made will help us make similar or, upon reflection, different choices for ourselves and our students.

Those new to online instruction will benefit from the practical knowledge shared in this course. Experienced online instructors and designers will both expand their exposure to new insights and focus on the details of their own practice. The unique community college perspective, with all its diversity, provides a rich backdrop and adds genuine complexity to the discussion. Read More.

Topics covered include:

  • Week One: Online Learners
  • Week Two: Developing Effective Course Policies
  • Week Three: Technology and Tool Integration
  • Week Four: Course Design for Online Learning
  • Week Five: Presence, Engagement and Communication Online

Objectives

  • Communicate in the online environment with effective tone and direction to guide students toward practice and concept application
  • Demonstrate a plan for effective instructor presence to facilitate student learning and community
  • Provide quality feedback needed to continue the learning process.
  • Use online tools to aid with meeting course outcomes, presenting materials to appeal to various learning preferences, course design, and assessment of concept
  • Apply and discuss essential core components of course design standards for online learning.
  • Develop course policies (tests, late work) that are manageable and fair
  • Design assessments that align with course outcomes
  • Identify myths and assumptions of online learning
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