In this course, you will have an opportunity to look at various tools that offer students options to demonstrate their learning as well as create a blended assessment to utilize in your classroom. It is HIGH RECOMMENDED that you first take “Blended Classroom Design” prior to this course.
In this course, you will have an opportunity to look at various tools that allow for you to design content that offers student-centered learning opportunities. It is HIGH RECOMMENDED that you first take “Blended Classroom Design” prior to this course.
This course is designed to establish baseline awareness and best practices for facilitating any online course for 6-12 students. Engage in this course to build your capacity to teach online, and grow your resume as a prospective online instructor with Michigan Virtual or other online course providers.
analyze the implications of the history, policy and research behind online learning for today’s online facilitator
demonstrate understanding of how secondary students learn and what this means for online learning
demonstrate knowledge of the basic technical acumen required of a 6-12 online course facilitator
identify online facilitation plans that reflect the key elements and priorities of 6-12 online course facilitation
draw connections between national instructional design frameworks and their influence on online facilitation
Credit Hours: 12
Introduction to Blended Learning for School Leaders
Podcast PD: Google Forms, Failure-Free Failing & CBE
During this online course, participants will have the opportunity to listen to a podcast and explore additional resources about Google Forms, a classroom that embraces personalized learning and the growth mindset, and competency-based education.
Credit Hours: 4
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