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Introduction

The course runs for 6 weeks, start date to be determined.

Instructor: Rebecca Kirstein; Virtual Office: by appointment evenings between 7 and 9 EST, call: 919-345-7065 (leave your name, time, day available, and number) or email: kirstein@ideffects.com

This course is an online self-paced format with a synchronous live session component for each topic. A schedule is provided to help you stay on track and complete the course by the end of July, a fast pace for this much material.  As faculty work through each section, they will develop or revise and build content for a course they plan to teach entirely online or in a hybrid format.  Live class sessions in Zoom run every week on Mondays at 7:30 pm EDT. Recordings of the live sessions are available shortly after the event.  Within the live sessions, we will demonstrate and use different technologies that support online instruction and work with the assignments for the week.

Online session links are on calendar and syllabus schedule. You must register to gain access.

Course Calendar:

https://calendar.google.com/calendar/embed?src=ideffects.com_jhr6eb1kq93t6ust1bdim359ng%40group.calendar.google.com&ctz=America%2FNew_York

Step 1: Read Online syllabus and schedule:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1xYxMl4kYCyf3VqJ3d7sJ6Z69gzG95n_g0GFSagMk3po/edit?usp=sharing

Sections

  1. Understanding Your Learners
  2. Design Of Assessment
  3. Materials and Activities
  4. Develop and Organize
  5. Course Environment
  6. Implement and Evaluate

You can follow the sequence or bypass any content you know. However, it is essential though to have the significant design components to move forward, as listed in the following concept map for ID-201-1. Design a new course, take an existing seated course and add online elements or make it entirely online. Course design is hard work as you know. Create a design book using a large three-ring binder with all your concepts, notes, and content as you go through the course. It may just become a book someday.

Concept map for all lessons
Engaging Online and Hybrid Course Design A. Introduction A a.Orientation Ab. Consultations 1. Understanding Your Learner 1a. Live Session 1b. Learner Persistence and 1c. Needs Learner Engagement 2 Design of Assessments 2a. Live Session 2b. Learning Outcomes and Competencies 2c. Sequence of Instruction 2d. Assessments 3 Materials and Activities 3a. Live Session 3b. Instructional Material 3c. Course Activities 4 Develop and Organize 4a. Live Session 4b. Unit Structure 4c. Workload Analysis 5 Course Environment 5a. Live Session 5b. Build Your Course 5c. Introduction and Day 1 5d. Required Content 6 Implement and Evaluate 6a. Live Session 6b.  Course Design Review 6c.  Student Feedback 6d. Maintenance

Step 2: Take the learner survey

Step 3: Introduce yourself Padlet

Step 4: Attend live session