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The Master Class for Teaching Online is a two-week, asynchronous online workshop designed to facilitate peer sharing of strategies for designing and teaching online courses. Taught in Canvas, participants will complete activities with due dates as students, using pedagogy and technologies designed to enhance online learning. Workshop activities require approximately 5 – 8 hours per week to complete. While there are weekly assignment deadlines, there are no required synchronous sessions.
The core goal of Master Class for Teaching Online is to connect, build and foster a community of instructors and faculty. Through various course activities participants will have an opportunity to engage in discussion with one another to share ideas, stories, insights and innovations.
Participants are always from varied discipline, teaching, and online experience backgrounds which offers a diverse and broad range of experiences to share.
The course also aims to expose instructors to the student perspective of a learning experience to help inform how they teach online.
You will also be introduced to a number of technology tools that you may be interested in using in your course to support your learners and their learning experience.
Upon completing the Master Class for Teaching Online with an overall score of 80% or higher, participants will receive a digital credential signifying their successful completion of the workshop.
The digital credential can be displayed publicly on various social media as well as shared with your peers, supervisors, program managers and others.
The Master Class for Teaching Online is offered 4 times per calendar year. It is for ASU Online faculty only and available sessions are listed below. We look forward to having you join us!