Facilitating Online Learning: An Introduction to E-Learning

Provider: CLAD Services Ltd
£345.00 (no VAT on this item) All Participants
£345.00 (no VAT on this item) Group Pricing Available
Accreditation opportunities: Certificate of Completion

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Description Course Begins on the 15th of September 2014 1. Describe the advantages and disadvantages of online learning. 2. Identify and describe a range of online learning tools. 3. Demonstrate the use of online learning tools.
Duration Approximately 5hrs/ week for 12 weeks
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http://www.qualifyonline.co.nz
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Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students

An introduction course for teachers and facilitators who are new to online learning delivery.

Learning outcomes:

1.  Describe the advantages and disadvantages of online learning.

  • Compare classroom-based, conventional distance and online learning in a variety of learning situations including: learning and testing theoretical concepts; learning and testing practical hands-on skills.
  • Compare classroom-based, conventional distance and online learning in the context of time-management, availability and interactivity.
  • Identify the types of situations where online learning would be an advantage.  Include the needs of the learner and the types of information.

2.  Identify and describe a range of online learning tools.

  • Explain the types of use for a range of online tools to deliver and assess learning including: lessons; books; forums; chat sessions; wikis; quizzes; assignments; feedback.
  • Explain the use of graphics and multi-media.

3.  Demonstrate the use of online learning tools.

  • Interact with others using the online tools provided.
  • Provide feedback on the tools used.
  • Present a reflective diary covering the duration of the course.
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How users/participants can evaluate success

Course evaluation tools, forums and peer consultation will be available.

Follow-up activities and support The provider has not supplied this information
Details

Start date is the 15th of September 2014

This is an introduction course to Online Facilitation for teachers and all other facilitators.  

Learning outcomes:

1.  Describe the advantages and disadvantages of online learning.

  • Compare classroom-based, conventional distance and online learning in a variety of learning situations including: learning and testing theoretical concepts; learning and testing practical hands-on skills.
  • Compare classroom-based, conventional distance and online learning in the context of time-management, availability and interactivity.
  • Identify the types of situations where online learning would be an advantage.  Include the needs of the learner and the types of information.

2.  Identify and describe a range of online learning tools.

  • Explain the types of use for a range of online tools to deliver and assess learning including: lessons; books; forums; chat sessions; wikis; quizzes; assignments; feedback.
  • Explain the use of graphics and multi-media.

3.  Demonstrate the use of online learning tools.

  • Interact with others using the online tools provided.
  • Provide feedback on the tools used.
  • Present a reflective diary covering the duration of the course.

Delivering learning online can be a good or bad experience for both the learner and the facilitator.  Things that can affect this include the use of tools, the understanding of how to use the tools provided and most importantly communication.

This course does not have any pre-booked dates available. Please contact the provider directly to arrange this training.