Course Supervision of Blended and Online Education
Blended and online education requires adequate supervision. In this course you will learn how to correctly prepare this supervision process and which tools to use in doing so.
Internet and blended education offers new ways to motivate students and make education more effective and efficient. However, this does not happen automatically: blended and online education requires adequate supervision. In this course you will learn how to correctly prepare this supervision process and which tools to use in doing so.
You will learn how to make the main components and phases of e-coaching for online education a part of your own professional method. You will learn about the strengths, as well as to gage the limitations, in order to determine the suitability of this style of education for your own educational environment. You will gain insight into the most commonly used digital tools and you will be able to apply the correct tools in order to achieve the desired educational results.
The course consists of six modules in which you will be introduced to recent theoretical insights in the field of online tutoring. The course is based on the ‘teach what you preach’ principle: the participants will experience the same learning process as intended for their own students. Within the theoretical framework, the course will mainly be of a practical nature: during the course, the participants will work on assignments within their own professional environment.
The course is offered in the form of ‘blended learning’ in a group of up to 8 participants. There will be two face-to-face sessions. Furthermore, the course focuses on independent and collaborative online learning. The group will be closely supervised by an experienced e-coach.
Who is the course aimed at?
The training focuses on teachers in basic vocational training or higher professional education environments, but is also suitable for policy makers and educators working in basic vocational training or higher professional education environments. Participants of the course are expected to have an average understanding of ICT and must have their own device (laptop of tablet) with a fast Internet connection. You will work with a specific target group to which you can apply what you learn throughout the course.
Duration of the course
The duration of the course is 12 weeks. The workload is approx. 32 hours (4 hours per module plus two meetings). The course starts and ends with a face-to-face meeting between the group and the trainer. All other parts of the course are provided online.
€ 1450 per person (tax-free). In case of multiple participants of one institution, an ‘in company’ price can be arranged.
A final evaluation will take place at the end of the course. This evaluation will be discussed with the client. Participants receive a certificate of participation.
10 - 12 weeks
Completely online with individual guidance
Blended: online supervision and workshops
Teachers of Intermediate Vocational Education
Teachers/professors (higher professional education + university education)
Access to rich digital learning environment
Instant practical application of online supervision.
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