Teaching Online with Moodle ISU
This course is for anyone who would like to teach with Moodle ISU.
It is an 8-week course designed with these 2 learning outcomes:
- Differentiate between your current practices and best practices for online teaching.
- Apply strategies that ensure the alignment of critical course components: module outcomes, assessments, learning activities, instructional materials, and tools that work together to support students in meeting the course outcomes.
This course is designed upon authentic learning principles. The technology and tools of Moodle ISU are embedded within authentic tasks and activities, which guide you through research-based best practices in online pedagogy/andragogy. It is not self-paced, and you are expected to engage with your peers from across campus. All participants are required to have a specific online course they will be teaching for ISU.
This course is 8 weeks long and you should anticipate approximately 6 hours of work each week.
At the end of this course, you will have most of your course alignment map completed, an accessible syllabus, a development course in process, and many ideas and strategies for engaging your online learners within Moodle ISU.
The class is limited to 20 participants. Priority will be given to ISU faculty who have been asked to teach an eISU course.
This course is taught every term. See the registration form for exact dates.
- Fall and Spring: Begins the 4th week of the term.
- Summer: Begins the 1st week of the term.