Moving Online for the First Time (ACA02)

 Online
 4 weeks

Course

Moving Online for the First Time

Online 4 weeks Starting 03 Aug 2020

AUD $190.00

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Moving quickly to online teaching and learning is achievable if you know how to assess your course, make improvements and engage students.

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This course covers all aspects and considerations for on online learning facilitators, whilst acknowledging the core facilitation skills at play. It also challenges facilitators to think about the changing nature of education and the future of work from a strengths-based framework.

Upon successful completion of this course, you will receive a certificate of completion from Curio Academy.

Course overview

What will you achieve?

By the end of this course, you will understand:

  • A model for assessing course readiness for online delivery
  • The role of empathy in the online student experience
  • The importance of preparation for online delivery
  • Key tips for engaging students online in discussions and webinars

Assessment

You will develop a short report on your reflections regarding taking an on-campus course to a fully online experience.

Created by industry leaders

David Bowser

David has over 20 years’ experience in education R&D and financial services both as an academic (Melbourne and Cambridge Universities for 14 years) and as a leading strategy consultant where he was retained by CEOs, government departments and their executive teams to advise on their most complex strategic issues (Nous Group, Principal and Education sector leader for six years). In 2015 he created Curio Group, a collective of advisors, educators and product developers focused on working directly with education and training organisations to improve human learning. In 2016, Curio established Academy to provide online education development delivery services to Universities. David is known for his strong analytical capacity, innate curiosity and enthusiasm to develop insights for clients that can be embraced by an organisation and readily implemented by staff.