Module Online Education
Would you like to understand and apply basic principles of online course design and assessment? In this short module you will work on exercises at your own pace in the Nestor learning environment while in two online synchronous sessions there is time for discussion, sharing ideas and experiences with colleagues and trainers.
Topics that will be covered are the basics of different types of teaching and learning strategies and assessment methods in your online course design. Topics that will be covered are different types of education, how to provide structure in your course, collaborate group work strategies, and assessment for learning and assessment of learning methods. Everything that you learn is also applicable in on-site education, which means that you can use all that you have learned also when on-site education is possible again.
Join this training in weeks 8-11:
Join this training in weeks 17-20:
|Target group||University teachers (optional UTQ module, but every teacher can join)|
|Study load||12 hours|
|Price||Free of charge|
|Location||Online in Nestor learning environment and Blackboard Collaborate|
|Number of participants||
A maximum of 20 participants can join the module. If the maximum of 20 participants is reached, you can be put on a waiting list by sending an email to docentprofessionalisering rug.nl
After successful completion of this module, you are able:
- differentiate between online, blended and hybrid education;
- explain when to use asynchronous or synchronous teaching and learning activities;
- create a clear course structure in Nestor with various learning activities;
- make a well founded choice for group work, know how to organize group work online and what tools are available;
- incorporate assessment for learning methods in online, blended and hybrid education;
- explore assessment methods that can be used in online, blended and hybrid education.
- This module is optional for teachers enrolled in the UTQ programme. Teachers not in the UTQ programme are also more than welcome to join.
|Last modified:||11 January 2021 4.18 p.m.|