is the primary contact.
This course will acquaint attendees with information about using technology tools for teaching distance learning courses. We will discuss options and best practices for asynchronous and synchronous distance classes, as well as “blended” classes that offer both in-person and online options. Adult learning principles will be reviewed. We will examine and discuss examples of software and website tools in teaching as well as hardware considerations.
|Continuing Education Experience:
||Some teaching experience
|CE Contact Hours:
||Information Systems and Technology, Curriculum Design and Instruction
e-Learning, Hands-on, RML Offerings
1. Understand principles of adult learning.
2. Learn about tools and best practices for offering synchronous distance classes (such as Adobe Connect or Blackboard Collaborate).
3. Learn about tools and best practices for offering asynchronous distance classes (such as Moodle or Blackboard).
4. Learn about methods for offering blended classes (in-person combined with distance learning).
5. Participate in hosting an Adobe Connect session and in refining up a class in Moodle.
1. Introduction and welcome
2. Adult learning styles
3. Distance Learning
c. Blended Instruction
4. Online Learning Tools
5. Best Practices
b. Tips & tricks
Need for This Course:
December, 2009 Learning Needs Assessment of the Pacific Southwest Region, NN/LM documented a need for classes that covered teaching with technology.
The instructional methods used include
Lecture, Demonstration, Slides, Discussion, Simulation, Gaming, and Hands-on Exercises.
Agenda, exercises, links to Moodle and Adobe Connect websites.
Microcomputers; internet access
SurveyMonkey evaluation will be used.