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Overview Of Online Teaching

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This course introduces participants to the elements of online teaching at the K–12 level. In addition, participants examine a variety of online pedagogical skills and strategies related to teaching and delivering curriculum in the online environment. The national standards and research-supported promising practices for quality online teaching are explored. Copyright and other issues related to academic integrity in the online classroom are also discussed. Each participant must have computer and Internet access for this course.

This graduate-level course is 6 To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 6

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    Assessment and Management in the Online Classroom

    • Identify assessment issues that are inherent in the online environment.
    • Discuss issues related to unethical behavior, including cyber bullying, in the online environment.

    Issues of Online Teaching and Learning

    • Identify misconceptions, facts, and guidelines regarding the legal use of media.
    • Discuss challenges of culture and community in the online environment.
    • Analyze the instructor’s role in online program evaluation.

    Elements of Distance Education and Online Learning

    • Summarize research related to online learning.
    • Identify key elements in the evolution of distance education.
    • Align individual teaching practices with the National Standards for Quality Online Teaching.


    • All objectives apply.

    Instruction in the Online Classroom

    • Describe the roles and responsibilities of the online learner and instructor.
    • Describe various instructional strategies and promising practices in the online environment.

    Delivery of Effective Online Pedagogical Strategies

    • Evaluate elements of a process for designing instruction.
    • Compare the strengths and challenges of various web-based tools.
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