CCCOnline introduces new Training Sessions!Want to improve your teaching techniques or learn new technology skills? Join us for our new series of online training sessions beginning in March.
See http://www.facultywiki.ccconline.org/~www66/index.php?title=Portal:Training for descriptions, dates and registration.
Please join us! If you have any questions, please contact Phyllis Dobson, Training Director at CCCOTraining@aol.com.
- Respondus: Create, import or edit tests to upload into your Vista course.
- StudyMate: Create Flash-type activities for your course such as flash cards and other games.
- Mapping Your Course: Have you lost your way in your course? Learn how to identify all the pieces of your course and match them to required competencies.
- Teaching with Style: Each one of your students has a dominant learning style, which might not match your individual teaching style. Identify different learning styles and design different assignments to match those diverse styles.
- Writing Performance Objectives: Review the elements of performance objectives so that your students understand the purpose and desired outcome of a unit or assignment. Use the Goals tool in Vista to enter your objectives and match assignments and assessments to these objectives. Objectives are also part of a course map.
- Creating Rubrics: Learn to write grading rubrics for specific assignments or sections of your course. Use the Grading Forms tool in Vista to set up a rubric for assignments and grade those assignments from that grading form. Rubrics are also part of a course map.
- Creating Virtual Teams: Learn more about using the group management tools in Vista to facilitate collaborative learning. This training session combines theory, best practices and technology.
- Measuring What Matters: Learn about assessment techniques and practices in an online environment.
- Managing Discussions: Discussions are an important part of the online course. Learn and share with your colleagues best practices in facilitating the online classroom.
- Vista Next Steps: This session is for faculty who have experience in teaching with Vista and will provide practice in using the more complex design and teach tools in Vista.