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Communication Strategies for Supporting Online Courses
National - Essential Series
Thu 25 Oct 2018, 12:00pm to 1:00pm AEDT
|Location||Online and at your desk, National|
|Cost inc. GST (Members)||$55|
|Cost inc. GST ||$55|
|Who should attend?||
In this webinar, we’ll look at a communication strategy along with methods to ensure your message reaches your students – to act upon.
Blended courses can disrupt the process of student understanding and clarification of activities and assessments for completion. A well developed and concise communication strategy can help to provide clarity for student expectations, help keep students anchored to the course and engage learners through simple activities both pre-and post possible face to face or online sessions
- Draft a simple yet comprehensive bi-weekly communication to all students
- Establish the content of communication – resources, feedback, task reminders, micro learning activities, problems.
- Select a communication tool that best suits your learner’s characteristics and digital savvy
- Establish and manage QnA forums for assessment or group work.
Facilitated by: Michael Gwyther
Michael commenced working in eLearning with ESL learners in the mid 90's before mentoring Community Education teachers in eLearning content and facilitation strategies. Now part of eLearning and multimedia consulting company Yum Studio, he overseas a range of coaching, mentoring and training programs to assist L&D practitioners to introduce and sustain learner centred approaches to eLearning. Michael is also an eLearning developer working with corporate, tertiary, TAFEs and private RTOs assisting in the development of blended learning programs, facilitation strategies and eLearning content. Previously Michael was the mentor ACPET Vic Govt e-Learning Program between 2004 and 2013.