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How to teach online

Description of the program

Program

The program is divided into 5 modules: 

  1. Instructional designer
  2. Online teaching strategies
  3. Online assessment
  4. Students’ motivation
  5. Timing and working load management

  * Upon completion of the course, participant will receive an attendace certificate

Structure and methodology

Personal personal work of the participants (such as readings, activities, conferences or acitive participation in forums) is combined with online sessions with lecturers.

29/06/2020 
Prework: Article reading Instructional designer
Live session: 3 - 4 pm CET
- Instructional designer

30/06/2020
Prework: Online teaching strategies
Live session: 3 - 4 pm CET
- Two perspectives of online teaching
- Tools for online teaching
Postwork: Practical exercise of online teaching tools

1/07/2020
Prework: Online assessment
Live session: 3 - 4 pm CET
- Different tools for evaluation and how to implement them
Postwork: Practical exercise. Defining the evaluation system of a course

2/07/2020
Prework: Students’ motivation
Live session: 3 - 4 pm CET
- Good practices

3/07/2020
Prework: Timing and working load management
Live session: 3 - 4 pm CET
- Differences between online and on campus learning
Postwork: Practical exercise

 

Lecturer

Asier Altuna, lecturer at University of Deusto. See profile.

Alex Rayón, Vice-Rector for International Relations at University of Deusto. See profile

Samiha Chemli, lecturer at University of Deusto. See profile.

Target group

Faculty and other non-academic staff of any University that wants to face the COVID-19 through blended learning methodology

Language requirements: B2 level of English is recommended.

 

Description of the program

Program

The program is divided into 5 modules: 

  1. Instructional designer
  2. Online teaching strategies
  3. Online assessment
  4. Students’ motivation
  5. Timing and working load management

  * Upon completion of the course, participant will receive an attendace certificate

Structure and methodology

Personal personal work of the participants (such as readings, activities, conferences or acitive participation in forums) is combined with online sessions with lecturers.

29/06/2020 
Prework: Article reading Instructional designer
Live session: 3 - 4 pm CET
- Instructional designer

30/06/2020
Prework: Online teaching strategies
Live session: 3 - 4 pm CET
- Two perspectives of online teaching
- Tools for online teaching
Postwork: Practical exercise of online teaching tools

1/07/2020
Prework: Online assessment
Live session: 3 - 4 pm CET
- Different tools for evaluation and how to implement them
Postwork: Practical exercise. Defining the evaluation system of a course

2/07/2020
Prework: Students’ motivation
Live session: 3 - 4 pm CET
- Good practices

3/07/2020
Prework: Timing and working load management
Live session: 3 - 4 pm CET
- Differences between online and on campus learning
Postwork: Practical exercise

 

Lecturer

Asier Altuna, lecturer at University of Deusto. See profile.

Alex Rayón, Vice-Rector for International Relations at University of Deusto. See profile

Samiha Chemli, lecturer at University of Deusto. See profile.

Target group

Faculty and other non-academic staff of any University that wants to face the COVID-19 through blended learning methodology

Language requirements: B2 level of English is recommended.