Agenda

Through this program you will explore different types of technology, such as asynchronous and synchronous technologies, social media, websites, apps, videos, e-modules, through the lens of your own education context. You will incorporate instructional design and online professionalism considerations such as privacy and copyright and develop a comfort level in using educational technologies.

By the end of this program, you will learn how to incorporate effective teaching strategies into your technology enhanced teaching and consider how issues such as privacy, and copyright factor into your teaching online. You will also create your own content such as a website, infographic, video or zoom presentation on educational technology.

Program Dates

The program will run from October 26th, 2021 until April 19th, 2022. Sessions will be held from 5:30pm to 7:30pm (ET). (Note: October 26th session will be 5pm to 8pm (ET) ).

The program dates are as follows:

  • October: 26
  • November: 2, 9, 16 & 30
  • December: 7 & 14
  • January: 11, 18 & 25
  • February: 1, 8, 15 & 22
  • March: 1, 8, 22 & 29
  • April: 5, 12 & 19 (as needed)

The program will include both synchronous virtual in-class/group work/office hours as well as asynchronous (outside of class hours) homework between classes.

Note: This program will be held entirely online.

Program Agenda

  • October 26
    Course overview and introductions
  • November 2
    Elearning 101
  • November 9
    Synchronous Learning 101
  • November 16
    Synchronous Learning 102
  • November 30
    Social & Collaborative Learning
  • December 7
    Group Project Introduction
  • December 14
    Website design
  • January 11
    Instructional Design and Learning Goals
  • January 18
    eModules
  • January 25
    Privacy and Professionalism
  • February 1
    Check in
  • February 8
    Copyright and accessibility
  • February 15
    Infographics
  • February 22
    Video and Audio recordings
  • March 1
    Social Media- Twitter
  • March 8
    Social Media- other
  • March 22
    Project work
  • March 29
    Presentations
  • April 5
    Presentations - part 2
  • April 12
    Guest speakers & Final Class
  • April 19
    Optional class (as needed)