Virtual School Meanderings

June 9, 2019

Teach Online With Confidence

Note these professional development opportunities.

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Don’t miss out on an invaluable learning experience!
Acquire the strategies and tools you need to advance your online teaching abilities. Hundreds of successful online teachers started by earning our credential. Will you be one of them?

See what some of our past learners have said about our courses:

“Thank you so much for such a useful and engaging course! I have learned a lot that I intend to use in my online and face‑to‑face courses.”
“I enjoyed this course and will be able to apply much of the material to developing my online courses.”
“Grateful for the modeling of what a good online course looks like, how it functions, and what are the challenges for students in taking such a course. That latter point can only come from actually taking a course, and that might have been one of the most helpful aspects of the course—giving me an experienced reality of what it is like to be an online student.”
Professional Certificate in Online Education (PCOE)
Jun 11‑Oct 7
Expand your online teaching knowledge and skills with this 16‑week program. Learn proven strategies for designing effective and engaging online courses.
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Earn Your Credential at the DT&L Conference
Jul 16‑Sep 3
Fundamentals of Online Teaching
Online Education Administration
Design Thinking for Learning Design

Maximize your professional development by registering for one of these blended certificate packages. They combine a full conference registration to the 2019 DT&L Conference with online coursework and a face‑to‑face certificate session. Requirements vary for each certificate.

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Ethical and Legal Concepts of Quality in Online Courses
Jul 9‑Jul 29
Explore three areas where ethical, legal, or industry standards apply to the design and teaching of online and technology‑enhanced interactions: copyright, accessibility, and academic integrity.
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Questions? Contact Janet Staker Woerner • janet.stakerwoerner@wisc.edu • 608‑890‑3038
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