Asynchronous (Learning and Content Management Systems) and Synchronous (ZOOM, WizIQ, Congrea, Google Meet and other live online realtime) learning platforms 

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Teach Online

WebQuests are problem-based learning activities that engage learners in the learning process. WebQuests are valuable instructional tools for learners of all ages in both the school and work settings. WebQuests engage learners in experiential (hands on) inquiry-based learning activities. 

These activities promote collaborative social skills, higher order critical thinking skills, inquiry problem-based learning, and technological skills. In addition, WebQuests motivate and empower teachers and learners to become lifelong learners. Find out everything you wanted to know about the WebQuest and create your very own WebQuest. 

Registration starts on March 11. Course starts on April 1.

Contact Dr. Nellie Deutsch for further information. 

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Teach Online

Many teachers may be wondering how to connect with their students and teach online. This online course is for educators on what they can do with their students during Covid-19 and other hard times or in addition to regular face-to-face or fully online classes. A learning Management System is all you need for blended, fully online, or Hyfex learning. 

Teach and Engage Learners Online (T.A.E.L.O) focuses on using synchronous and asynchronous learning environments to engage learners. Participants of the course will create team or individual courses using 6 asynchronous (Canvas, Moodle, Schoology, Google Classroom, EdModo) and practice tools that engage learners. 

The duration of the course is 4 weeks. The course starts on July 1 and ends on July 31. Registration opens on June 24. Participants will create courses using 7 synchronous platforms.  

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Teach Online

We need to remember that learning and teaching online is not only about creating and sharing assignments online. It's also about human interactions.” Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D

Remote communication is very important in our lives. We can't always be physically available for our students, colleagues, business associates, and our loved ones. 

Live Online Virtual Engagement (LOVE) is an annual 4-week free online course that takes place in August. The aim of the course is to provide you with practical know-how on how to connect and interact with your students, family, business associates, colleagues, and others in a live online class. You will learn how to use MeritHub, Big Blue Button, Jitsi, ZOOM, GoBrunch, Microsoft Team and other free web tools. 

Dr. Nellie Deutsch will discuss free platforms and tools you can use to engage your audience.