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So you want to teach online?
So you want to teach online?
So you want to teach online?
So you want to teach online?
So you want to teach online?
So you want to teach online?
So you want to teach online?
So you want to teach online?
So you want to teach online?
So you want to teach online?
So you want to teach online?
So you want to teach online?
So you want to teach online?
So you want to teach online?
So you want to teach online?
So you want to teach online?
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Basics for novice instructors who are interested in teaching online.

Basics for novice instructors who are interested in teaching online.

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  • 1. So, You Want To Teach Outside The Box? Bushra Alshakhly e-Learning
  • 2.  Are you sure you know what e-learning is? “Electronic learning, refers to training, education, coaching, and information that is delivered digitally”, (Broadbent, 2002, p. 9).
  • 3.  Are you sure you know what e-learning is? There are four types of e-learning: Informal learning, for online communities Self-paced learning, such as CBT or WBT Leader-led, needs instructor or acilitator’s involvement Performance support tools, programs or software for e-learning, (Broadbent, 2002, p. 10-11).
  • 4.  Are you sure you know what e-learning is? “E-learning’s richness is achieved by combining the four types and also by combining e-learning with conventional learning method,” (Broadbent, 2002, p. 23).
  • 5.  Are you prepared to be an online instructor? 1) Know your students, their ages, skills, backgrounds, needs, and objectives to take the class. 2) Establish your objectives and the outcomes of this course so that you determine the curriculum and materials you prepare doe this class. 3) Choose your materials that are going to be transferred to the online environment.
  • 6.  Are you prepared to be an online instructor? 4. Set up your guidelines, rules, roles, and norms that create and complete your course. 5. Plan for the method of delivery. 6. Determine the amount of control that you feel comfortable with in releasing to the learners.
  • 7.  Are you prepared to be an online instructor? 7) Decide how your are going to fashion your course organization and management. 8) Choose the method of online assessment and evaluation for your students. 9) Create a rule of thump for your online classes attendance so that to meet state and federal guidelines. 10) Define learning and learning outcomes that you want to see reflected by your learners. (Palloff & Pratt, 2001, p. 69-83 ).
  • 8.  Did you study how the process is controlled? Know the role of accreditation: “the goal standard of education, symbolizes the effort to uphold standards and ensure the quality of degrees” (Maeroff, 2003, p. 177). Study the regulation issues, “whether accreditation should concern itself more in the digital age with the access to information and with student capabilities for getting that information in new kinds of online libraries” (Maeroff, 2003, p. 184).
  • 9.  Did you study how the process is controlled? Discern the faculty connection. The medium of the online courses needs immediate interaction with the students and “can take on a life of its own and readily into a 24/7 proposition” (Maeroff, 2003, p. 191). Ensure the intellectual property rights, that is the way how, “ownership of electronic courses could be evaluated along a continuum” (Maeroff, 2003, p. 193).
  • 10.  Are you familiar with a variety of tools that appeal to a variety of learning styles? Here are some: Adapted from: (Hyder, 2002, p. 2) Whiteboard Tools access Live demos Slide or file display Integrated telephony and VOIP Annotation Student/trainer chat Session registration and reporting Multimedia content Video integration Testing and grading Group web surfing Peer-to-peer chat Record and playback Application sharing
  • 11.  Do you know what your organization and your students are going to achieve from this plan? You are supporting your organization’s goals by: Improved training costs (return on investment and less travel) Decreased materials costs (creating environment needed on line) Increased productivity (learners access not in the working hours) Standardization (creating standardized process and consistency in the delivery of content)  Adapted from: Kuhlmann (2010)
  • 12.  Do you know what your organization and your students are going to achieve from this plan? You are supporting the students’ linguistic skills by: Real time access (course can be accessed anytime, anywhere) Freedom to fail and to start over (not like face- to-face classroom where students fear the consequences) Improved retention (because of the practical experiences, constant feedback, and chatting with others) Personalized learning (as learners have control over their courses) Adapted from: Kuhlmann (2010)
  • 13. Do you know what people think of e- learning?  People like to call e- learning “smart e- learning” because it makes a difference. It changes what people do and how they learn. Smart e-learning, although relies on the e-instructors, it tends to focus on the success of the organization and the instruction itself.
  • 14. Do you know what people think of e-learning?  The three fundamental components that comprise smart e-learning focus on the learners and their motivations, perceptions and participations. These components become part of the e- learning project only through solid instructional design and course plan. (Mulvihill, 2011)
  • 15.  Conclusion Congratulation! You have made the right decision.  You know what e-learning is.  You are prepared to be an online instructor.  You know how the process is controlled  You are familiar to a variety of tools that appeal to a variety of students’ learning styles.  You know what you, your students, and your organization are going to achieve by this decision.
  • 16. References Broadbent, B. (2002). ABCs of e-learning: Reaping the benefits and avoiding the pitfalls. Pfeiffer ISBN: 0787959103 Hyder, K. (2002). Teach in your Pajamas: Becoming a Synchronous e- Trainer.The e-Learning Developers’ Journal. November 25. Available at: www.elearning.com Kuhlmann, T. (2010). Why e-learning is so effective?The Rapid E- Learning Blog. February 2010. Available at: http://www.articulate.com/rapid-elearning/why-e-learning-is-so- effective/ Maeroff, G. (2003). A classroom of one: How online learning is changing our schools and colleges Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN: 1403960852 Mulvihill, K. (2011). Smart e-Learning is the Goal! Available at: http://www.suddeninsight.com/smart-e-learning-is-the-goal/ Palloff, R., & Pratt, K. (2001). Lessons from the cyberspace classroom: The realities of online teaching. Jossey-Bass ISBN: 0787955191

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