Designing and Developing Online Learning Modules(View Complete Item Description)
This course, in true meta fashion, is a series of asynchronous online learning modules with a goal of teaching you how to design and develop asynchronous online learning modules. These asynchronous online learning modules can be used in any number of situations, ranging from training colleagues in a company professional development setting to teaching a college course to offering a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC). This course is split into five modules: 1) Introduction to asynchronous online learning modules and backward design 2) Learning Objectives and Bloom's Taxonomy 3) Assessments 4) Learning Resources 5) Canvas, Module Organization, and the "Connective Tissue" Overall learning objectives: - Use instructional design principles and best practices to design an effective learning module; - Design assessments that allow you – and the learners themselves – to measure whether your learners have mastered the skills and concepts you consider important; - Curate and create learning resources to guide your learners in gaining mastery of skills and concepts; - Present your learning module asynchronously in a logically organized and explained manner; - Code your learning module into the Canvas Learning Management System for your learners to access.
Material Type: Module