- ONLE 550 Introduction to Teaching in an Online Environment (3 crs.)
- ONLE 560 Designing and Implementing Online Educational Systems #1 (Macro View) (3 crs.)
- ONLE 570 Designing and Implementing Online Educational Systems #2 (Macro View) (3 crs.)
- ONLE 580 Online Educational Resources for Instruction and Learning (3 crs.)
- ONLE 590 Capstone: Online Course Design, Development and Implementation (3 crs.)
ONLE 550 Introduction to Teaching in an Online Environment
Introduction to Teaching in an Online Environment will provide the foundational information for online instruction. Three main topics will be featured within this particular course and focus on an in-depth examination of online learning and environments; the theoretical research and best practices associated with online instruction; and the logistics associated with course instruction and development. Learners will engage in examining how current educational learning theory can be utilized in online and blended environments.
ONLE 560 Designing and Implementing Online Educational Systems #1 (Macro View)
Designing and Implementing Online Educational Systems I - the Macro View focuses on specific elements that contribute to effective online program design and instructional delivery. Modules focus on online education and best practices for teaching, learning, and assessment in online educational programs. Learners will complete descriptive, reflective, and evaluative responses to assigned readings and develop an online unit for use in a PK-4, 4-8, or 9-12 online program.
ONLE 570 Designing and Implementing Online Educational Systems #2
Designing and Implementing Online Educational Systems II will focus on the evaluation, analysis and design of online environments that engage learners in active and collaborative learning. Learners will examine aspects of socially shared cognition, multimodal communication, and digital literacy and apply key elements to the development of an online learning experience. Group members will participate in peer evaluation of shared learning opportunities and analyze the effectiveness of the design.
ONLE 580 Online Educational Resources for Instruction and Learning
Online Educational Resources for Instruction and Learning provide an overview of online course curriculum structure, organization, and distribution in blended, hybrid, and full online mode; identification, evaluation, and application of online educational resources, including web2.0 tools. Participants will learn the theories and practices of integrating online educational resources, including web2.0 tools in learning environments and in other learning settings for today's digital learner. The course will use a series of hands-on activities, computer labs, and subject area related digital projects to help participants learn how to identify, evaluate, and select appropriate online materials and to align the materials with academic standards and curriculum in particular lessons or lesson units based on grade levels and subject areas. Designing and creating individualized digital learning environments will be another focus of the course.
ONLE 590 Capstone: Online Course Design, Development, and Implementation
Participants will apply an instructional design model to analyze, design, develop, assess, and evaluate a six week online learning module. Emphasis will be placed on theories related to instructional design, information processing, and motivation. Participants will gain an understanding of their role as an instructional designer and become knowledgeable of learning management platforms and resources available to the professional online educator.
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