University of Wisconsin-Superior
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Belknap and Catlin
P.O. Box 2000
Superior, WI 54880
News and Event Details
Dates: June 24 - August 9, 2013
Instructor: Dr. Mary Churchill
Noncredit Cost: $450
Registration Deadline: June 17, 2013
Credit Option: Earn two graduate credits at a special, reduced tuition rate when you register and pay for the workshop. The cost for two graduate credits is $250 in addition to the $450 workshop fee. Payment for workshop and credit tuition is required prior to June 24, 2013.
Interested in teaching online but not quite sure what comprises a good online course? Want to incorporate some best practices of online learning into your face-to-face classes or even take a step further and teach a fully online course?
K-12 Online Teaching: Best Practices, a fully online six-week workshop provided by the UW-Superior Educational Leadership Department and the Center for Continuing Education is a great place to start!
Designed to fulfill the professional development requirement of Wisconsin State Statute 118.19(13) and based upon the National Standards for Quality Online Teaching (iNACOL, 2011), this course will assist any teacher interested in understanding the benefits and challenges of providing online learning to K-12 students in a virtual or blended environment.
The course will be facilitated by Teacher Education Assistant Professor, Dr. Mary Churchill, an experienced online instructor and 25-year veteran of the Duluth Public Schools. All teachers who successfully complete the workshop requirements will be provided with documentation that they have met the 30 hour requirement required of K-12 online teachers in Wisconsin.
Contact Brenda Dalpiaz at (715) 394-8023 to register. Please note if you would like to enroll on a noncredit basis or seeking graduate credit.
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