Creating Your Online Course, T&L 2900

Learning to teach online and to design online classes can feel very foreign. In this course, you will learn how to translate face-to-face courses to the online environment. You will learn about what it's like to facilitate an online course and the new skills required in this environment. You will learn to create an online syllabus, including creating measurable learning objectives, and assessments, learning activities, and content delivery methods that align with those objectives. You will learn about tools and strategies for assessing student work in the online environment and how to create active, engaged lessons. You will also learn to choose, create, and curate content delivery methods for online delivery. Are your online courses and resources accessible? From video captions to keyboard navigation, online course accessibility is a multifaceted topic. The course also demonstrates how to check for accessibility and fix problems, should you find them.

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Session Detail
Schedule: Once the course is paid in full, you will receive access to your course and will have up to 4 months to complete. Course access is typically granted within 5-8 business days after payment is processed.
Times: Work at your own pace.
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Instructors
Name
JoAnn Roe
JoAnn Roe
Biography:

A graduate of Arizona State University's College of Education, JoAnn started her education career as a fifth grade teacher in the Plano Independent School District in Texas. While at the district, JoAnn had the opportunity to write curriculum for the integrated science, social studies, and health program. This sparked an interest in professional development and lead to a Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of North Texas, with a specialization in educational technology.

From a classroom environment, JoAnn migrated to a professional development one full time, as she began work at the Education Service Center Region 11, and eventually the Texas Virtual School Network the where she resides today. Currently, JoAnn focuses on accessibility of online courses to students with disabilities.

JoAnn uses her years of classroom, professional development, and instructional technology experience to create instructional videos that will help make the educational landscape more equitable and accessible for all students.

Teresa Potter
Teresa Potter
Biography:

I am a senior instructional designer who helps K12 and Higher Education institutions explore if online learning can help them expand their market reach and better serve their students. I then help them design and implement innovative online learning programs to deliver their unique educational offerings through technology.

My professional mission is to share my wide variety of instructional design and educational technology skills to help connect students with educational opportunities that they might otherwise not been able to access. I have the unique perspective of a classroom teacher turned instructional designer. This allows me to think of instructional design with the user experience in mind as well as a strong foundation in pedagogy and instruction. I have experience as a teacher, and know what works (and what does not work) in terms of technology support resources and creating programs for students.

Withdrawal Policy
No refund is available after access has been given to course materials.