Designed as a capacity building training course for teachers to enable them to teach online, it will provide them with an understanding of the knowledge and best practices required for teaching online; specifically exploring the instructional design aspects of online learning activities. It will also help participants develop insight into developing online assessments and explore strategies for enhancing online engagement and student participation.
iQualifyUK - ICE
The course comprises 8 modules.
In this module, you will understand cognitive load theory to enhance the instructional design in online teaching.
In this module, you will develop an understanding of educational technology and its use in an online teaching environment, exploring ways to use technology in facilitating instructional design.
In this module, you will understand different learning styles. This means that, just like us, all 300 students (or more or less) in your class do not all learn in the same way. Components:
In this module, you will understand how to organize and prioritize teaching material online?
In this module, you will understand Questioning techniques and strategies that can support Deep Learning.
In this module, you will understand Develop a connection between students’ learning and assessments in an online learning environment. Get familiar with online assessment strategies and techniques.
In this module, you will understand the importance of creating authentic assessment activities in the online environment. It is critical for instructors to make sure the course starts with a set of clearly defined learning outcomes; which are aligned with the assessment activity.
In this module, you will understand strategies to create engaging online content. All learning, except for simple rote memorization, requires the active involvement of each learner.
“The course was very comprehensive. Not just a training in name but in actual essence too and (it) has valid application in the current scenario.”
Senior Lecturer, Bahria University Islamabad (BUIC)