Online teaching is rapidly becoming one of the most relevant ways of reaching out to students. However, for some of us, the use of this educational method has been introduced rapidly into our professional lives and it can be challenging to adapt to teaching via a virtual classroom, while still keeping students interested in our course. This course will aid you in making this shift successfully, benefiting you, your course and the students attending it.
During this course, you will learn about the most important differences between teaching in a classroom and online, how to plan your online teaching and develop an online community of inquiry. By adopting one of your previously made classroom lessons, you will also learn about the newest (free!) web applications that can assist you in promoting interactivity and how to create knowledge clips that can be implemented in different courses.
By the end of this course, you will have a full online lesson ready to implement and the necessary tools to replicate this for your whole course!
1.1 The Bases – Intro
Community of Inquiry
2.1 Community of Inquiry – Intro
2.2 Cognitive Presence
2.3 Social Presence
2.4 Teaching Presence
Developing Knowledge Clips
3.1 Developing Knowledge Clips – Intro
3.2 Start and End of the Script
3.3 The Middle of the Script
4.1 Online Tools – Intro
4.2 Innovative Tools
Self-paced Courses’ reviews
Time Flexibility! That’s all that I was looking for and that I found with these online courses.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ – Maria – 47 🇮🇹
The platform is so easy to use! I have to admit that I am a bit a technophobe and that this was my first online course after many years of teaching, but I have found a great team at Europass ready to help me when I needed it.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ – Gabriela – 54 🇪🇸
I highly recommend these courses. I am completing my second online course with Europass and I think they both worth the price.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ – Yasmin – 35 🇦🇪