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02 May 2017 - 16 June 2017

Lifelong E-Learning - Getting ready for the 21st-century classroom

02 May 2017 - 16 June 2017

Lifelong E-Learning - Getting ready for the 21st-century classroom

Lifelong E-Learning   - Getting ready for the 21st-century classroom

Course Information

02 May 2017 - 16 June 2017

English

Distance

Code: A9710460

English

Deadline: 01 May 2017

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Shape your e-learning project on-line guided by recent developments in instructional design, e-moderation and on-line assessment. Share, connect and practice with the latest set of e-tools designed to support contemporary learning in the 21th century. The course is modelled as an e-learning lab which recognizes, uses and adapts contemporary instructional e-learning models; accesses e-learning tools for assessment, collaboration and communication; and designs online e-learning strategies for specific organizational working needs. Adapted international e-learning quality standards form the basis of the entire e-learning quality assurance framework of the on-line learning lab.

Description

Description

Shape your e-learning project on-line guided by recent developments in instructional design, e-moderation and on-line assessment. Share, connect and practice with the latest set of e-tools designed to support contemporary learning in the 21th century. The course is modelled as an e-learning lab which recognizes, uses and adapts contemporary instructional e-learning models; accesses e-learning tools for assessment, collaboration and communication; and designs online e-learning strategies for specific organizational working needs. Adapted international e-learning quality standards form the basis of the entire e-learning quality assurance framework of the on-line learning lab.

Target audience

Target audience

The Lifelong E-learning course is designed for trainers responsible for designing and implementing e-learning activities; technical specialists occasionally involved in training or e-learning; training evaluators; professionals in charge of organizational learning and change; representatives of employers' and workers' organizations

Objectives

Objectives

  • Recognize, utilize and adapt e-Learning instructional models and design thinking tools to effectively implement workplace projects
  • Recognize the role of the e-Facilitator, identify different e-facilitation strategies and include your new insights in your e-Learning project
  • Understand the relevance of assessments and feedback in e-learning, the different tools for this and choose the online assessment tools you want to use
  • Identify and compare different online tools for effective learning activities and choose the appropriate ones for your e-learning project.
  • Identify and compare different online tools for enhanced communication and collaboration and include the most appropriate ones in your project.
  • Recognize the importance of quality e-Learning, identify the best tools to do quality checks and apply the right one to your project proposal.

 

Format and Methodology

Format and Methodology

The course is composed by 8 modular sections that present e-Learning concepts and tools. Materials are divided into two learning elements: 

  • the primary courseware introduces concepts, resources and tools while,
  • the secondary courseware guide learners to practically work through a series of tasks. These hands-on tasks are the key elements of the course as learners will be required to utilize e-Learning concepts and tools in their work environment to meet their own professional needs.

Overall, the course has a strong collaborative nature as participants will be encouraged to work in small groups according to their interests and thematic areas thus facilitating social and peer learning. Online facilitation will be provided throughout the whole learning experience, including facilitating collaborative work and knowledge exchange as well as group feedback. Both synchronous and asynchronous knowledge exchange opportunities will be provided: 

  • online facilitators will daily monitor both Social and Technical forum to provide timely answers; 
  • a series of collective webinars is scheduled to guide the cohort of learners throughout the whole course at specific stages; 
  • weekly group coaching will be provided either via forum or via Skype according to learners' and projects' needs.

Language requirements

Language requirements

The course is carried out in English.

Knowledge of English is therefore needed to access the course environment, e-Learning activities and resources.

However, the team of experts is available to coach you and provide feedback on your e-Learning project in the following languages: Arabic, Dutch, French, Italian, Spanish.

How to apply

How to apply

To register for the course, click on the "Apply" button on this page.

The course fee is 900 EUR per participant but we encourage team participation through the offering of a special rate: 50% off the fee starting the 3rd participant.

We also provide a limited number of scholarship stipends for developing countries ‘nationals corresponding to 450 EUR per participant.

If you need more info, please write at delta@itcilo.org

 

 

Contact us

delta@itcilo.org

Tuition cost: 900

Total cost: 900

 

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