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Semaine
1
Heures pour terminer
4 heures pour terminer

International learners in U.S. online education

In this introductory module, we explain why many international online learners and foreign-born professionals experience problems in American e-learning environments and how they can use a competency-based approach to overcome barriers and become fully proficient for college and career success. Your instructors for this week are Dr. Valeri Chukhlomin, Dr. Dana Gliserman-Kopans, Dr. Michele Forte, and Amy Giaculli. Guest lecturers are Prof. Xenia Coulter and Lorette Pellettiere Calix....
Reading
21 vidéos (Total 117 min), 6 lectures, 5 quiz
Video21 vidéos
Meet Alex, the Global Web-Surfer2 min
How this course works3 min
Capstone Project (video and text descriptions)4 min
Bonus interview: International students in American online courses9 min
Alex: How does it work, actually?3 min
The problem that we are trying to solve in this course3 min
How to use a competency-based approach to overcome barriers4 min
What is uniquely American in U.S.-based online education?5 min
Bonus lecture: The anatomy of a U.S.-style, student-centered, online learning environment11 min
Bonus interview: A faculty perspective on working with international students in online environments13 min
Alex: What do you want to know about the online classroom in the U.S.?3 min
Classroom navigation8 min
Getting help2 min
Student information center1 min
Student services4 min
Disability services1 min
The U.S. academic system5 min
Academic qualifications and degrees8 min
Bonus lecture: The philosophy of American education7 min
Bonus lecture: The methodology of American education8 min
Reading6 lectures
How this course works10 min
How I can contribute10 min
Navigating the online classroom10 min
Important skills for online learners10 min
Tips for success in the online environment10 min
Week 1 Learning journal10 min
Quiz5 exercices pour s'entraîner
Do you need this course? Take this self-assessment practice quiz!8 min
Week 1 Self-assessment8 min
Week 1 Lesson 2 practice quiz: Barriers and competencies24 min
Week 1 Lesson 3 Practice Quiz: U.S. online education16 min
Week 1 Final quiz: Barriers to U.S. online education10 min
Semaine
2
Heures pour terminer
4 heures pour terminer

Overcoming barriers of technology, language, and culture

This week covers three lessons to help you address the key barriers of technology, language, and culture. The first lesson on technology will help you become familiar with the general expectations regarding the technological competencies necessary for your success in the U.S. university environment. Our goal is to make you an expert user of technology which will empower you navigate comfortably through your online learning program with ease, no matter the school or program in which you are enrolled. The remaining two lessons are designed to help you understand the critical language and cross-cultural factors that might either hinder or help your success as a student in an American setting. The main objective is to master the language and cultural competencies that are needed to fulfill the required tasks for efficient and effective cross-cultural communication. Your instructor for this week is Dr. Bidhan Chandra, capstone task facilitator - Dr. Michele Forte. ...
Reading
12 vidéos (Total 54 min), 11 lectures, 5 quiz
Video12 vidéos
The basics of technology for American e-Learning1 min
Getting through, obtaining information, using systems55s
Refining working skills1 min
Using e-Learning infrastructure1 min
Bonus Interview: A Faculty Perspective on Technology-Related Barriers16 min
Introduction to language and culture2 min
An International Faculty Perspective 111 min
An International Faculty Perspective 27 min
Culture in general and culture shock1 min
Some critical cross-cultural skills2 min
Conclusion to language and culture2 min
Reading11 lectures
The basics of technology for American e-Learning10 min
Getting through, obtaining information, using systems10 min
Refining working skills10 min
Using e-Learning infrastructure10 min
Language barriers in eLearning10 min
eLearning vocabulary and other support services10 min
Introduction to culture and culture shock10 min
Avoiding stereotyping and using generalizations10 min
Some critical cross-cultural skills10 min
Basics of American society and culture10 min
Week 2 Learning journal10 min
Quiz5 exercices pour s'entraîner
Week 2: Lesson 1 Practice Quiz10 min
Week 2: Lesson 2 Practice Quiz10 min
Week 2: Lesson 3 Practice Quiz10 min
Week 2 Self assessment12 min
Week 2 Final Quiz: Technology, Language, Culture16 min
Semaine
3
Heures pour terminer
4 heures pour terminer

Navigating the U.S. academic system

In this week, you will become familiar with the U.S. academic system, concentrating especially on communications and the culture of online environments. We will look closely at the American online classroom and review necessary skills. Your instructor for this week is Dr. Dana Gliserman-Kopans, capstone task facilitator - Dr. Michele Forte. ...
Reading
13 vidéos (Total 36 min), 16 lectures, 5 quiz
Video13 vidéos
Understanding the American Education System - A student's perspective1 min
The Role of the Online Instructor2 min
American Culture in the Classroom - A student's perspective1 min
Understanding the Philosophies Behind American Education - A student's perspective58s
Participating in Classroom Discussions - A student's perspective2 min
Overcoming Language Barriers - A student's perspective1 min
Communicating With Your Instructor - A student's perspective3 min
The Online Learning Environment3 min
Online library1 min
Evaluating Information Sources for Audience and Purpose7 min
Narrowing Your Topic3 min
Your Research Question and Thesis Statement5 min
Reading16 lectures
Entering the American Classroom10 min
Student Roles and the Learning Environment10 min
Faculty Roles10 min
Classroom Culture10 min
Addressing Faculty10 min
Class Discussions10 min
Intercultural and Cross-Cultural Communication10 min
Becoming a Better Writer10 min
The Varieties and Purposes of Writing10 min
Audience10 min
The Writing Process10 min
Scholarly vs. Popular Sources10 min
Thesis or Claim10 min
Essay structure10 min
Tone, Diction, and Mechanics10 min
Week 3 Learning journal10 min
Quiz5 exercices pour s'entraîner
Week 3: Lesson 1 Practice quiz12 min
Week 3: Lesson 2 Practice quiz12 min
Week 3: Lesson 3 Practice quiz10 min
Week 3 Self assessment8 min
Week 3 Final quiz: The U.S. Academic System10 min
Semaine
4
Heures pour terminer
4 heures pour terminer

Navigating U.S. professional environments

In this week, you will become familiar with the professional contexts of U.S. working environments. We will look closely at employability skills such as self-management, problem solving, creativity, and self-directed learning. We will also examine how ethics, leadership, and teamwork skills may contribute to your success in the U.S. professional context. We will close the week by exploring professional contexts in specific areas. Throughout this week, you will be provided with example scenarios to help you get acquainted with the type of interactions that happen in U.S. environments – both work and learning. Your instructor for this week is Dr. Anant Deshpande, capstone task facilitator - Dr. Michele Forte. ...
Reading
23 vidéos (Total 107 min), 8 lectures, 5 quiz
Video23 vidéos
Self-management: Introduction3 min
What is self-management and its importance in online learning?4 min
What is problem solving and why is it important?2 min
What is self-directed learning?4 min
Employability skills - An interview with Sam Conn6 min
What is needed for new hires in the US?4 min
How can you be successful in online classes?1 min
Bonus video: How can you successfully compete in US environment and importance of pre-requisite courses for classes7 min
Bonus video: International students in online environments2 min
Leaders and followers (Case animation 1)2 min
Leaders and followers (Case animation 2)3 min
Leaders and followers (Case animation 3)2 min
Leading and working in a virtual team14 min
What are the competencies required to successfully navigate the American professional environment and what is needed to be successful in the US workforce?8 min
An example of participation in a U.S.-based virtual team8 min
A case scenario of a foreign national in the US: Is it an ethical behavior? (Case animation 4)1 min
Ethical leadership in the US context5 min
Professional contexts in specific areas: Introduction2 min
The importance of pre-requisites3 min
Getting acquainted with the U.S.-based working environment3 min
How can you better transition to a U.S.-based professional environment7 min
A case scenario of a foreign national facing a dilemma about seeking legal help in a U.S.-based workplace (Case animation 5)2 min
Reading8 lectures
Self-management10 min
Problem solving10 min
Creativity10 min
Self-directed learning10 min
Leadership in the U.S.10 min
Teamwork and Ethics in U.S.-based professional environment10 min
Pre-requisites, professional culture and legal contexts in the US based work environments10 min
Week 4 Learning journal10 min
Quiz5 exercices pour s'entraîner
Week 4: Lesson 1 Practice quiz14 min
Week 4: Lesson 2 Practice quiz14 min
Week 4: Lesson 3 Practice quiz12 min
Week 4 Self-assessment8 min
Week 4 Final quiz: U.S. Professional Contexts10 min

Enseignants

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Dr. Valeri Chukhlomin

Professor
SUNY Empire State College
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Dr. Anant Deshpande

Associate Professor
SUNY Empire State College
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Dr. Tonka Jokelova

Coordinator of Curriculum and Instructional Design
SUNY Empire State College
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Amy Giaculli

Assessment Specialist
SUNY Empire State College
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Dr. Bidhan Chandra

Professor
Business, Management & Economics
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Dr. Michele Forte

Assistant Professor, SUNY Empire State College
Community and Human Services
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Dr. Dana Gliserman Kopans

Associate Professor
Literary and Cultural Studies

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