Virtual School Meanderings

October 15, 2020

AACE Offering Online Courses & Seeking Instructors/Developers

Another item from the folks at AACE and SITE.

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LearnTech U is now accepting applications to:
  • • Take High-Quality Online Courses &
  • • Become an Online Instructor/Developer
More than ever, there is an essential need for high-quality, effective online instruction in Learning and Technology. In response, AACE is pleased to announce the launch of a new initiative called LearnTech U designed to serve the global needs of online educators and learners.
LearnTech U Courses & Updates
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Take High-Quality Online Courses
Effective Strategies for Learning and Technology Online
November 30 – December 11

Whether you are an online learning novice or a seasoned expert, this 2-week course will help you become a more effective online/digital teaching and learning professional.

Course Reviews

“Overall the course was excellent! There were a plethora of resources provided and lots of opportunities for collaboration and engagement.”

“This was a great resource for getting a fresh perspective on blended learning. The instructor was knowledgable and took the time to give a thoughtful response to any posts or questions you might have.”

“A very interactive course where there is lots of room for debate, asking questions, and sharing experiences.”

“The framework of the course balances exercises and opportunities to share “best practices,” ideas and sound out potential instructional design ideas.”

Advanced Strategies for Learning and Teaching Online
Coming January 2021
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Become an Online Instructor/Developer

We are now accepting proposals for 1-3 week future courses. 

Course Topics: Topics should be broad enough in scope to interest educators teaching with technology in all disciplines.

Topics may include but are not limited to:

Advanced learning technologies; Augmented, virtual, & mixed reality; Assessment & evaluation; Game-based learning; Geospatial learning; Learning with technology applications; Maker learning; Mobile & ubiquitous learning; Online learning strategies & environments; Open education; Robotics; STEM/STEAM; Technologies for socially responsible learning; Technology integration; and More.

Audience: Higher education faculty, graduate students, K-12 teachers, and trainers.

Compensation: Instructors and developers will receive Stipends and Royalties for accepted courses.

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