Atomic Learning Review: Effective Online Teaching and Learning

#edtech #edchat #elearning This morning I logged into my Atomic Learning account to catch up on a couple of things I needed to learn to work more with Blackboard when I noticed that they had just released a new training course on Effective Online Teaching and Learning. Since I have just spent the last year developing some of my own online courses I was intrigued by their new course.

I clicked on the link and watched the intro video (see below). It was just what I was looking for. The course is broken down into four major chapters:

1) Build Your Understanding: workshops on how to create a great online course.

2) Put This Concept Into Practice: shows three different online courses so you can get an idea of what a good online course should look like.

3) Reflect and Apply: is full of workshops on how to share your work with others.

4) Reference Tools: this is the technical "how-to's" to all the different applications for delivering online courses. In fact, this is where I ended up because of the links to the Blackboard training tutorials.

Here is the video that caught my eye:

- Brad Flickinger, Bethke Elementary School

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