Sarah Lawrence College’s Office of Graduate & Professional Studies is looking for freelance instructional designers located in the New York metropolitan area who have experience in developing both eLearning (self-paced modules) and online/blended courses, preferably in Canvas).
The key is your portfolio. If you’ve got the experience and can show what you know… go for it.
As a foreign language teacher, I am always looking for innovative ways to allow my students to demonstrate what they have learned.
I want students to be able to choose a tool that brings out their creative side and, as a result, leads to a more authentic and meaningful learning experience.
Because learning a language can be difficult, I try to design a variety of activities and projects that will provide students with practice and unique opportunities to develop their language skills through the creation of their projects.
Clever use of infographics — another way for your students to show what they know.
So how can you prepare? Look at the institutions you work for and determine which courses you’re best suited to specific to your degree. Have that information available if you’re asked to provide it. Thoroughly document your degrees and relevant experience both in your CV and in the form you may get from your college asking for information.
Here’s another excellent article from Dani Babb. It will help you understand the complexities of ‘qualifying’ for an online teaching job. To learn more visit UW-Stout’s E-Learning and Online Teaching Career Center.
The Journal Article Review Process
Wednesday, 11/30/16, 2pm EST
- Ray Rose, Rose & Smith Associates; Texas Distance Learning Association
- Leanna Archambault, Arizona State University
- Michael Barbour, Touro University
- Jered Borup, George Mason University
- Susan Lowes, Columbia University
No registration is required. Attendees are encouraged to participate in our webinar sessions using the text chat window. We also encourage attendees to chat on Twitter using #MVLRIchat.
Knowledge is everywhere. In a mobile phone, a fitness tracker and our brains. Not a science fiction film but the learning theory of connectivism. Recently over a coffee
20 years of teaching from inside a computer makes connectivism self-evident (to me). 😎
EDUC 656 Bullying and Cyberbullying in Schools
Online Course 2 semester hours graduate credit
Instructor: Shannon Mersand
Spring: EDUC 656 930 January 17 – February 24, 2017
This important and timely class helps you create a safe learning environment for your students. Learn how to prevent bullying in both face to face and online settings.
This course is a must for new and veteran educators who wish to get new ideas to build positive, safe and respectful school cultures.