Objective: Decide how you will apply the “fundamentals of online teaching” in your own teaching.
Aloha and welcome to Week 1. Please start with the fundamentals. Choose and explore topics that meet your needs and interests. Topics:
- Evidence of why online teaching is important.
- Substantive Interaction.
- Where Do You Begin? The Nine steps to quality online learning.
- Good Practice in Online Teaching.
Activities & Webinar. Pick and choose what you will do this week.
- Create a sensemaking artifact.
- Comment on artifacts.
- Participate in the Discussion Questions.
- Participate in the “Community Wall” conversations.
Webinar Sessions (all sessions will be recorded)
- Similarities and Differences between MOOCs and Credit Online Courses by Tony Bates.
- Full recording (opens in Blackboard Collaborate) (Note: Please advance the marker on the player control bar at the bottom, to about 1:40:00 indicated by the first mark.)
- Why we Teach Online by Dr. Oliver Dreon.
- Full recording (opens in Blackboard Collaborate)
- Weekly Roundup. Join our session of highlights from the week.
We are currently working on a few issues with the blog feeds. Tech Support will be looking into the feed problem over the next few days. If your blog post does not appear on the Community Wall please login and post the link to the wall. Thank you for your patience.
Here is a magazine view the blog posts for How to Teach online. Flipboard works great on iPad’s and android devices. You’ll need to install the app first. http://flip.it/SVHIe