Certificate Course on E-Learning Designing

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Course Information

 Preliminary Information

  • Intended audience: Teachers in diverse contexts including secondary education, Higher-secondary school education and Preservice Teachers
  • Language: English
  • Workload: 48 hours
  • Total Credit: 4 (1 credit = 12 hours)
  • Mode of Delivery: Online
  • Mode of Assessment: Online
  • System for delivery: Cloud-based LMS with advanced features
  • Challenge level: Advanced level
  • Course Developers and Authors: MS. Kalpana Chavan and Dr. Bijoy K Thomas
  • Copyright @authors

Certificate of Completion:

  • Requires 60% score on all formative evaluation
  • Requires 90% attendance in the online classes
  • Requires 60% score in the summative evaluation – Online Examination
  • Regular participation in Discussion Forum
  • Submission of tasks/assignments

Preliminary Training

  • Context Survey
  • Curtain-raiser to the Learning Management System of the Course
  • Expository multi-media references and reviews on E-learning Designing

Review body of Syllabus

  • College Development Committee, St. Xavier’s Institute of Education, Mumbai.

Scope of the Program

This program values e-learning not just as a virtual, distant platform but that which has a connectedness to the learner, knowledge, and social presence. We equip our participants with knowledge and skills to connect to students through a complete e-learning package from designing the e-content to e-assessment.  The E-learning Designing Course focuses also on making reflective and joyous learning. We welcome you on the experiential reflective journey into the World of E-learning Designing Program!!

Learning Objectives

At the end of the program, the learner will be able to

  • examine the foundations of e-learning
  • develop e-learning scenario and templates
  • connect learning to the art of teaching
  • align outcomes with teaching method and assessment
  • examine opportunities and barriers to E-learning
  • appraise Creative Commons- types, and applications
  • create Virtual Learning Environments
  • create learning activities based on E-learning best practices
  • apply synchronous and asynchronous in E-Learning designing
  • demonstrate models for evaluating E-Learning practices