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College of Education Professional Development Portal
By Adrie Kohler, Assistant Professor, College of Education, Purdue University
Tadd S. Farmer, Graduate Teaching Assistant, College of Education, Purdue University
Remote learning is here!
Have you struggled to keep students engaged?
Are you setting the right expectations for e-learning?
This course is for you!
This online course will help you in designing an e-learning day management plan identifying best practices and creating e--learning days expectations and procedures.
The exercises will help you design a template for use in different content areas and give students an introduction to online tools that can aid in successful implementation of e-learning days.
• Introduction video- The video will highlight innovative tools that educators have found to be useful for facilitating eLearning
• Case study- Participants will be asked to read a case study outlining a specific e-learning day. They will be asked to consider how specific tools could be useful to facilitate the planned content.
• Digital job aid- Participants will create a document that includes specific classes of tools and how they might be used to plan, facilitate, and evaluate e-learning days.
Teachers can receive 10 PGP points and group registrations are encouraged. Only one person registers for the group and as many participants from the school district can participate in the course using the same login information.
For more information about this course, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration in this course is subject to the Purdue Online Non-Credit Policies.
No sections currently available.