Online learning is opening new doors for busy adults who want to expand their career options, and for corporate training applications. New technology makes it possible for students to learn, do schoolwork, and even participate in discussions at any time and from any place, but it has its challenges, too. To effectively teach or design curricula for an online environment, you’ll need to understand how this learning process is different from that in the traditional classroom.
This program is specifically designed for anyone who teaches adult learners online, or who designs online learning curricula for adults. You’ll learn what makes an effective instructional design in any medium, how to accurately evaluate student progress in a distance-learning environment, and how to make the most of the latest online learning technologies.
CSU-Global does not provide educator licensing or endorsement.
This course explores contemporary instructional models and methods linking education with workforce alignment, which facilitate effective teaching and learning. Multiple learning platforms and learning scenarios are studied, including e-learning in training and development. The instructional design models in this course are viewed from an international/global perspective.
Introduction to instructional system design theories and models used in Pre-K-12 learning environments and non-traditional settings with a focus on backward design.
Examination of methods and techniques for evaluation and assessment of workplace learning. Analysis of contemporary issues in today's learning environments.
Survey of methods and critical reflection of various current and emerging technologies for distance and digital learning, with emphasis on selecting appropriate technologies for effective instruction.
You have two options for completing your online learning program:
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