This course empowers you to explore several issues that are needed to be understood about teaching and learning in digital age. It distinguishes between online learning and traditional learning.
You will learn about how the education and teaching methods have evolved with respect to time and introduction of technology in this course. How digital literacies and online reading and writing are changing the way of teaching methods will be explained vividly to you.
This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer need to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.
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Course Credit:University of Pennsylvania
|lec1 Introduction to the Course and Your Instructors||00:03:00|
|lec2 Technologies, Students, and the Classroom||00:05:00|
|lec3 New Considerations and Roles for Teachers||00:06:00|
|lec4 From Providing Knowledge to Facilitating Learning||00:06:00|
|lec5 Learning with Digital Technologies||00:06:00|
|lec6 Learning Theories and Technology Enhanced Education||00:06:00|
|lec7 The History of Distance and Online Learning||00:06:00|
|lec8 Challenges and Prospects of Online Learning Today||00:18:00|
|lec9 Synchronous and Asynchronous Learning||00:05:00|
|lec10 Authentic Instructor Presence for Online Learning||00:05:00|
|lec11 Promoting and Sustaining Student Engagement||00:06:00|
|lec12 What is Digital Literacy||00:05:00|
|lec13 Situating Digital Literacies||00:06:00|
|lec14 Participatory Communities and Digital Literacies||00:06:00|
|lec15 Constructing and Performing Identities Online||00:05:00|
|lec16 Connected Learning and Implications for Teachers An interview with Dr. Kira Baker-Doyle||00:21:00|
|lec17 Reimagining Possibility through Remixing and Restorying||00:05:00|
|lec18 Writing Online Participatory, Connected, and Always On||00:04:00|
|lec19 Expanding Reading with Online and Offline Experiences||00:04:00|
|lec20 Possibilities for Change in Classrooms, Pedagogies, and Schooling||00:03:00|
|lec21 Interview with Dr. Amy Storaniuolo Rethinking Purpose, Knowledge, Ethics, and Dialogue in the Digital Classroom||00:16:00|
|lec22 Participatory Cultures, Knowledge, and Learning from||00:04:00|
|lec23 Building a Learning Community for Online and Blended Spaces||00:05:00|
|lec24 Introduction to Blended Learning||00:05:00|
|lec25 Blended Learning Advantages for Learners and Teachers||00:04:00|
|lec26 Ensuring Rewards for Students by Addressing Challenges as Educators||00:03:00|
|lec27 Learning Environments Characteristics of Four Models||00:07:00|
|lec28 Scaffolding Definitions, Approaches, and Uses in Technology Enhanced Classrooms||00:06:00|
|lec29 Rethinking Assessment in Online and Blended Environments||00:06:00|
|lec30 Games and Simulations Uses, Advantages, and Opportunities in the Learning Environment||00:06:00|
|lec31 Additional Considerations Resources, Policies, Students’ Lives, and Teacher Readiness||00:05:00|
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