06 Dec How to Teach Online

How to Teach Online

General Board of Higher Education and Ministry
Dates: 09/09/2019 to 09/16/2019 to 09/23/2019 to 09/30/2019
Completion Time: September 9, 16, 23, and 30 (1 hour session per day, from 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Central)
CEUs: 0.4
Tuition: $100
Instructor(s): Neelley Hicks
Contact Info: Clergy Lifelong Learning

Class Description

This 4-hour online course will help you:

  • How to transfer existing skills to an online environment;
  • How to keep learning standards high while also keeping students engaged;
  • And how to manage the technology that’s required for success.

A 21st Century global approach to learning must include making the shift from physical classrooms to an online teaching environment. For professors and academic staff who are accustomed to traditional settings, this can be difficult - especially if working in a relatively low-tech environment. In this course, participants will learn how to make that shift successfully by creating a plan and working it, while also evaluating effectiveness.

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