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Teach Online: Design Your First Online Course

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  • Sales Rank:56,641
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:40
  • Publication Date:June 5, 2013
  • ASIN:B00D8MVZF6


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Teach Online: Design Your First Online Course is a step-by-step guide for anyone who would like to teach a course online in a non-credit environment. It assumes that you have a topic in mind, but don't have experience in how to structure that content for an online course.

Using a simple example of baking a cake, you are immediately reassured that you already know the basics. Now it's just a matter of applying your new-found skills to your topic.

Following the easy-to-use directions, you'll walk through a series of short exercises that will guide you to:

- Describe the ideal audience for your course so that you understand the students you will teach and what they want to know

- Look at the existing competition for ideas and topics to include in your online course

- Gather the tools you need to complete your course design

- Outline and sequence your content into a working document you will be able to use for course development

- Avoid the pitfalls that often sabotage a course before it ever starts!

With your finished course design in hand, you will be ready to follow the next steps to teach online!

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