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Sous-titres : Anglais

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Anglais

Sous-titres : Anglais

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Semaine
1
Heures pour terminer
4 heures pour terminer

Why is Online Teaching Important + Open and Institutionally Supported Technologies

'Module 1: Why is Online Teaching Important' is about understanding where you are in the current educational landscape, and determining where you want to be. We will explore why online teaching is relevant to your teaching practice, and you’ll have an opportunity to reflect upon the opportunities and challenges you face in your own context. 'Module 2: Open and Institutionally Supported Technologies' focuses on helping you understand the benefits and restrictions of both broad categories of technologies. We’re all familiar with different social media technologies, and many of us will be aware of larger institutional online learning systems. In this module we will ask you to think about the reasons why you might want to use freely available online tools for your teaching - or your institution's learning management system. Important considerations such as which types of technologies are suitable for a range of different activities will also be explored....
Reading
12 vidéos (Total 54 min), 6 lectures, 6 quiz
Video12 vidéos
Overview1 min
Key Concept - Why is Online Teaching Important?3 min
Case Study - Why is Online Teaching Important? (Optional)6 min
Case Study - Learning Online from a Student Perspective (Optional)8 min
Overview1 min
Key Concept - Open and Institutionally Supported Technologies5 min
Case Study - Using Google Sites to Build Online Portfolios (K-12) (Optional)9 min
Case Study - Learning Management System or the Open Web? (Optional)5 min
Assignment 1 Tips - How to Get the Most from the Assignment4 min
Assignment 1 Tips - Evidence and Referencing3 min
Assignment 1 Tips - Giving Constructive Feedback2 min
Reading6 lectures
How to Get Started!10 min
Course Overview10 min
Assignments, Activities and Personalised Recommendations10 min
Special Thanks and Acknowledgements10 min
Module 1 Useful Links and Resources10 min
Module 2 Useful Links and Resources10 min
Semaine
2
Heures pour terminer
3 heures pour terminer

Planning Online Learning + Online Learning Activities

'Module 3: Planning Online Learning' will explore the importance of planning online learning from a pedagogical perspective rather than a technology driven one. Careful planning is one of the most important aspects of teaching online, and success often depends upon taking the time to consider all of the different aspects of the online learning experience before you begin. The content and activities will explore the concepts of constructive alignment, choosing which aspects of a class are best done online or face-to-face, building digital literacy capabilities within your students, and examining your own motivations for wanting to teach online in the first place. 'Module 4: Online Learning Activities' will identify important considerations you need to keep in mind when developing online learning activities for your students. We will offer advice about how to plan an online activity, and help you think about which may be appropriate for your own students. When you are new to the process, understanding which online technology best supports different learning activities can be daunting. This module, along with a range of case studies, and activities, will explore the relationship between different technologies and specific activities in more depth....
Reading
16 vidéos (Total 101 min), 2 lectures, 5 quiz
Video16 vidéos
Key Concept - Planning Online Learning4 min
Case Study - Planning Your Online Class (Optional)5 min
Case Study - The Flipped Classroom (Optional)8 min
Case Study - Using Online Environments for Teaching Large Classes (Optional)7 min
Overview53s
Key Concept - Online Learning Activities1 min
Case Study - Video Conferencing in Museum Education (K-12) (Optional)9 min
Case Study - Considerations for Choosing Technology (Optional)5 min
Case Study - Teaching with Web 2.0 Technologies: Twitter, Wikis and Blogs (Optional)8 min
Case Study - Using Online Lectures to Support Active Learning (Optional)7 min
Case Study - iLabs - Online Access to Remote Laboratories (Optional)7 min
Case Study - Using Flickr as an Online Classroom (Optional)9 min
Case Study - Using Blogs for Peer Feedback and Discussion (Optional)7 min
Case Study - Teaching Using Scenario Based Simulations in Second Life (Optional)6 min
Case Study - Using Online Communities to Foster Collaboration in Visual Arts (K-12) (Optional)8 min
Reading2 lectures
Module 3 Useful Links and Resources10 min
Module 4 Useful Links and Resources10 min
Semaine
3
Heures pour terminer
3 heures pour terminer

Online Assessment Strategies + Online Resources

'Module 5: Online Assessment Strategies' discusses the notions of formative and summative assessment in online contexts. We will also explore benefits and considerations that you'll need to keep in mind if you're considering adopting an online assessment strategy in your own teaching, and how using technology can improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the assessment process. 'Module 6: Online Resources' discusses the benefits of using open educational resources (OER), and other online resources in your classes. We will also identify issues to be aware of when using resources that you discover, in terms of licensing and Creative Commons. You will be given the chance to explore several examples of online resources via the activities and associated resources for the module. How to evaluate the effectiveness and appropriateness of resources you find online is also explored....
Reading
11 vidéos (Total 63 min), 2 lectures, 5 quiz
Video11 vidéos
Key Concept - Online Assessment Strategies3 min
Case Study - Formative Online Assessment in Medicine (Optional)10 min
Case Study - Using Audio Feedback (Optional)8 min
Case Study - Using ePortfolios as a Reflective Teaching Tool (Optional)7 min
Overview1 min
Key Concept - Online Resources4 min
Case Study - Integrating Online Resources into Your Teaching (Optional)6 min
Case Study - Understanding Creative Commons (Optional)8 min
Case Study - Creating eBooks for Distance Education (Optional)3 min
Case Study - Hippocrates. Online Medical Tutorials (Optional)8 min
Reading2 lectures
Module 5 Useful Links and Resources10 min
Module 6 Useful Links and Resources10 min
Semaine
4
Heures pour terminer
4 heures pour terminer

Engaging and Motivating Students + Evaluation Strategies

'Module 7: Engaging and Motivating Students' explores various strategies for engaging and motivating your students in a range of different online learning scenarios. It discusses the important roles that curriculum design, activity structure, the relevance of the chosen technology, and effective time management play in creating an enthusiasm for learning in your students. 'Module 8: Evaluation Strategies' examines the importance of evaluating your online teaching practice to ensure that it is effective, and to give you an opportunity to constantly improve. This is especially important when you are first developing an online teaching practice, or when you are trying something new for the first time. We will explore an evaluation strategy based upon four reflective angles: self reflection, peer observations, student feedback, and theory. The module also introduces the concept of learning analytics as an informative tool to enable up to the minute evaluation of your online class....
Reading
19 vidéos (Total 93 min), 2 lectures, 6 quiz
Video19 vidéos
Key Concept - Engaging and Motivating Students4 min
Case Study - Engaging and Motivating Students (Optional)6 min
Case Study - Online Teamwork and Collaboration (Optional)5 min
Case Study - Conducting Effective Online Discussions (Optional)6 min
Case Study - Managing Your Time when Teaching Online (Optional)4 min
Case Study - Using Wikis for Student Collaboration (Optional)7 min
Case Study - Increasing Student Engagement Using Podcasts (Optional)5 min
Case Study - Flipped Language Class (Optional)7 min
Case Study - Fostering Student Engagement with Stile (K-12) (Optional)8 min
Overview1 min
Key Concept - Evaluation Strategies3 min
Case Study - Learning Analytics to Inform Teaching Practice (Optional)7 min
Assignment 2 Tips - How to Get the Most from the Assignment4 min
Assignment 2 Tips - How to Assess Criterion 13 min
Assignment 2 Tips - How to Assess Criterion 23 min
Assignment 2 Tips - How to Assess Criterion 34 min
Assignment 2 Tips - How to Assess Criterion 43 min
Assignment 2 Tips - How to Assess Criterion 53 min
Reading2 lectures
Module 7 Useful Links and Resources10 min
Module 8 Useful Links and Resources10 min
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Meilleurs avis

par LTJun 22nd 2017

Very good course that has given an overview of using and implementing web tools appropriately to optimize students' performance in their academic experience leading to become an independent learner.

par CMAug 9th 2017

A really interesting course for someone who is already teaching and wants to spice up the classroom or for someone who has absolutely no knowledge on online teaching.

Enseignants

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Associate Professor Simon McIntyre

Associate Dean Education
UNSW Sydney | Art & Design
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Dr Negin Mirriahi

Academic Developer, Learning and Teaching Unit (formerly)
Adjunct Lecturer, School of Education

À propos de UNSW Sydney (The University of New South Wales)

UNSW Sydney, based in Sydney Australia, was established in 1949 and is one of Australia’s leading research and teaching universities with more than 50,000 students from over 120 countries. UNSW Sydney aspires to provide students with an outstanding educational experience, which both reflects our strong traditions of excellence, innovation and social justice, and builds on our strengths in scientific, technological and professional disciplines....

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