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Spotlight on 10-10-10: Communication That Matters
Enhance Interaction in Your Online Course
This week, the California Community Board of Governors convened at Southwestern College. On the agenda was approval of revisions to Title 5 of the California Ed Code. These revisions underscore the importance of regular effective contact between teachers and students, and between students. When teaching online, our course design, as emphasized in Section B of the CVC-OEI Course Design Rubric, is an integral part of supporting this interaction.
@ONE’s course, 10-10-10: Communication That Matters, focuses on student-to-student and teacher-to-student interaction by walking you through the first ten minutes, ten hours, and ten days of your course from the student’s perspective.
In this course, you’ll work with a cohort of your peers to assess your Canvas course–from the home page to assignment and discussion design–looking at concrete ways to improve your course design, enhance student engagement, and create a learning community. Register now for 10-10-10–the next course begins Monday, September 24.
Spotlight on Digital Citizenship
Prepare Your Students for the Digital Era
What does it mean to be a good citizen in a digital society? Why is it important for educators to cultivate a digital presence and encourage students to participate in the public web? How do online courses create opportunities for enhancing our understanding of 21st century skills?
Kristin Smith, faculty at City College of San Francisco, had the opportunity to explore these provocative questions as a participant in the new @ONE Digital Citizenship course. Read Kristin’s reflections in this @ONE blog post and consider why digital citizenship is a core skill for 21st century educators.
Ready to explore your own digital citizenship? Register now for the next offering, which starts Monday, September 24.
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