COURSE INFORMATION

DATES AVAILABLE

27 July 2020 - 30 October 2020  (includes pre-reading and assessment time) 

CONTACT HOURS

Online workshop: 2 hours x 3 weeks 

Online activities: 2 hours x 4 weeks 

MODE

Online 

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

three year Bachelor degree or equivalent in any discipline from a recognised higher education institution

FEES

$1,000 per course

LOCATION

Online

Course overview

In this program, students will develop a broad understanding of the theories, concepts and practices of digital learning, and critically reflect on their own teaching experience and context using digital learning.

Why Introduction to Digital Learning?

On completion of the course, Introduction to Digital Learning, students should have the ability to:

  • Understand the policy and historical context of digital learning in schools
  • Critically appraise pedagogical traditions of digital learning in schools
  • Apply contemporary practices of design, assessment, teaching and evaluation in digital learning to their professional practice
  • Respond effectively to the growing demand for digital learning in schools, particularly in response to COVID-19

Who should study this program?

Teachers who want to expand their pedagogic knowledge of and experience with digital learning environments.

Course structure

The course, Introduction to Digital Learning, has three modules:  

  • Policy and historical context of digital learning 
  • Effective pedagogy for digital learning 
  • Practices of design, assessment, teaching and evaluation in digital learning 

Assessment

Introduction to Digital Learning  

  • Blog – 3000 words (60% of course grade) 
  • Essay – 1500 words (40% of course grade) 

How to apply

Apply via the online form.

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Additional information

Cancellation policy

All refunds attract a 10% administration fee. No refunds two weeks after enrolment.