As we look ahead to another term of teaching fully online, it is more important than ever that our CCC faculty receive the guidance and support needed to help students succeed in the “new normal.” All of these @ONE courses are facilitated by faculty and other subject matter experts from our system who are here to help instructors build and teach effective online courses. Check out our upcoming opportunities and enroll today!
Equity and Culturally Responsive Online Teaching Nov 2 – Dec 5, 2020
With racial justice in the national spotlight, equity and culturally responsive teaching and learning are critical topics in education. In this course, you’ll learn to apply the principles of Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning to advance equity in your course.
Creating Accessible Course Content Nov 2 – Dec 5, 2020
We want all our students to have a great learning experience, don’t we? Yet, for many, the typical online course is booby-trapped with roadblocks to learning. This course will show you how to create accessible content to support your students’ success online.
Introduction to Course Design Nov 9 – Dec 12, 2020
The power of an online course comes from careful planning and intentional design. Blending the concepts of backward design with universal design with hands-on practice, you’ll gain mastery in the skills needed to purposefully design an engaging, high-quality online course that captures–and keeps–your students’ attention.
Humanizing Online Teaching & Learning Nov 9 – Dec 12, 2020
Are you looking for the secret sauce for building community and fostering meaningful student-student interactions? Well, you’ve found it. Immerse yourself in a supportive online learning community as you develop humanized practices that will lay an inclusive foundation for community building and collaboration.
Assessment in Digital Learning Nov 9 – Dec 12, 2020
Assessment is not just for testing anymore! In this course, we’ll explore a design process called the assessment loop, looking at the ways clear learning outcomes, thoughtfully designed assessment, and analysis of results can help you engage your students in authentic, meaningful assessment and build a better course.
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