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eL202 Teaching Online with Hybrid/Blended Format-2018 WTR (hybrid-JAN/FEB)

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Online starting JAN 12, and in GHL 205 on Fridays, JAN 19, JAN 26, AND FEB 2 from 10am to 1pm

Teaching & Learning Center - GHL 205

Gaiser Hall, Clark College

Vancouver, 98663

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WORKSHOP: eL202 Teaching Online with Hybrid Formart

PREREQUISITES:

eL 201 (minimum) and employed as Clark College full- or part-time faculty.

WORKSHOP DATES:

  • Workshop runs between January 12 to February 9, 2018.
  • Begins online January 12, 2018, after 9 AM (flexible hours, approx. 1-2 hours prep before first mtg.).
  • Meets face-to-face (f2f) Friday, January 19, Friday, January 26, and Friday, February 2 from 10am to 1pm each Friday.
  • Final workshop requirements must be submitted online by 11:59 PM, February 9.

LOCATION: Online and GHL205

ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP:

The hybrid (AKA "blended") format of teaching is so versatile that there is potential for confusion among faculty course designers and student participants. Seemingly an in-between environment of face-to-face and fully online, the hybrid course is actually both fully online and face-to-face and requires special design considerations to result in a successful learning experience.

This workshop will provide best practices founded on research about how hybrid/blended learning has been used successfully in higher education around the nation. It will build on the foundation of online course development (eL201) and incorporate a blending of instruction, learning activities, and assessment tools that take full advantage of both the online and face-to-face learning modalities. Participants will complete the workshop with a solid course structure, a plan for continued online and incorporated face-to-face design and development, and advanced Canvas development strategies that utilize best practices in uses of instructional technologies.

This course will be facilitated using the hybrid format, meeting in person on three separate days as well as require online participation before, during, and after the face-to-face sessions.

PPAC credits available. $250 stipend available for faculty completing all workshop requirements when scheduled to teach a hybrid course at Clark College.

NOTE: Registration is required; however, you do not need to bring the EventBrite ticket with you for entrance to this workshop. Please direct any questions to Kathy Chatfield, Sr. Instructional Designer for eLearning, at kchatfield@clark.edu.

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Online starting JAN 12, and in GHL 205 on Fridays, JAN 19, JAN 26, AND FEB 2 from 10am to 1pm

Teaching & Learning Center - GHL 205

Gaiser Hall, Clark College

Vancouver, 98663

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