By taking advantage of online-extended instruction, less in-class time can be spent on mundane tasks, and more time can be spent on collaborative, flexible and meaningful activities that incorporate all student learning styles. Credit availability: 3 Grad credits.
This course was formerly called Online Extended Teaching.
A hybrid course combines face-to-face instruction and Web-or computer-based learning. Common features of hybrid courses will be explored, including the delivery of the syllabus, effective online lectures, discussions and presentations through message boards, e-mail and chat, and on-line assessments. By taking advantage of online-extended instruction, less in-class time can be spent on mundane tasks, and more time can be spent on collaborative, flexible and meaningful activities that incorporate all student learning styles.
Highlights: Teachers determine what aspects of their course are best suited to presentation online, create new approaches to communicating with students and create active learning experiences for students. Using computer-based technologies, instructors use the hybrid model to redesign some lecture or lab content into new online learning activities, such as case studies, tutorials, self-testing exercises, simulations, and online group collaborations.
This series is appropriate for Teachers, Curriculum Specialists and Administrators.
Run Time & Credit Availability: This is a 6-week course taken entirely over the Internet. Courses move forward weekly. Each course is eligible for three graduate credits for an additional fee.
There is special discount for NEA Members. When registering, please enter "NEA Academy" in the Promotional Code field.
Hybrid,Online Learning,Classroom Technology,Critical Thinking,Technology