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The Online Classroom: Strategies for Higher Ed Teaching and Learning is a new program that supports educators in colleges and universities as they rethink and transform their practice for online and blended environments. Through research-based frameworks, actionable strategies, and a dynamic peer-learning community, this workshop provides the necessary knowledge and skills to advance your virtual teaching, learning, and leadership.
In this four-week online workshop, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of how to create and facilitate engaging online learning environments at the college and university level. The workshop includes practical resources, ongoing discussions, and supportive peer-feedback. Each week, you’ll work iteratively on the development of a deliverable unique to your educational environment, such as the design of an online lesson or facilitation plan.
Rather than adding more work to your busy schedule, this workshop provides you with the time, space, and resources necessary to complete the work you already have underway related to online and blended learning.Weekly topics include:
This learning experience is asynchronous and takes place within the learning management system Canvas. Asynchronous programs do not have any live components and are designed to be self-paced. In order to provide a guiding structure, the program includes a suggested weekly schedule with two days per week for assignments due. Completing assignments on the recommended schedule is not mandatory, but allows participants to engage with and learn from the entire cohort, which helps to build a community of practice.
The program is designed for higher education professionals, including:
Registration will take place on an individual basis, and teams are welcome.