Introduction to Teaching OnlineMon, 7/27/2020 - Fri, 8/7/2020 | Online Course
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Identify key considerations and affordances of the online environment
- Make relevant decisions about format and delivery options
- Create opportunities to communicate with students
- Use Online Course Quality to design and/or evaluate a course
- Identify Ohio State support resources for teaching online
- Integrate opportunities for student-student interaction within course
- Foster an inclusive online learning environment
- Choose tools for specific student activities
- Plan or revise a course informed by backward design principles
In this fully online experience, you will explore key considerations and affordances of the online learning environment and begin making choices for how to teach online. Across a two-week session, you’ll work asynchronously (independently) in a CarmenCanvas course, receiving regular feedback from an instructor and peers.
Introduction to Teaching Online provides a variety of resources, including readings and videos, as well as opportunities to interact with content and peers through activities and discussion. Learn essential elements of online teaching with a focus on using evidence-based practices, and leave with a set of concrete next steps and resources to support your future online teaching.
Note: This course is a 10-hour time commitment, including readings and assignments that are due on Monday, Wednesday and Friday of each week. You must register to be added to the Carmen course.
This course is a core requirement in the Teaching Online endorsement provided by the Michael V. Drake Institute for Teaching and Learning.
Can't make it to a workshop? Check out the Keep Teaching playlist on OhioStateIT's YouTube channel for session recordings and other tutorial videos.