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Online course: Effective principles of college teaching

This course touches on all aspects of college teaching. It begins with framing courses and covers course design, student motivation, Bloom’s Taxonomy, and more. It explores learning in the classroom and offers insight into managing course content, engaging learners, promoting deep and active learning, and employing instructional technology.  It delves into making use of feedback and evaluation to promote student learning and development.

At the end of this online course, the participants should be able to:

  • Have knowledge on how to design courses and construct meaningful and effective learning objectives
  • Identify opportunities for incorporating instructional technology, eliciting peer feedback, and adopting active learning strategies in your classroom
  • Recognize common warning signs that can lead to classroom problems— before they get out of hand
  • Understand your role in motivating and engaging students, promoting deep learning, and guiding student development
  • Have the confidence and skills to control your classroom
  • Know where and how to seek information and resources when you run into challenges
Date:
1 March, 2019
Time:
12:00am - 12:00pm
Location:
Online
Campus:
All NWU Campuses
Categories:
  All campusses     Self-paced facilitated online course  

Event Organizer

Jacobie Fourie

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