Tomorrow (30/11/11) Wodonga TAFE in partnership with eWorks and GoTAFE will be hosting Nancy as she works exclusively with our teaching staff in a series of two workshops directed at how teachers can understand effective ways in which to use eLearning and communities within online environments, focusing particularly on strategies and principles.
Nancy is listed as one of the ‘top influencers’ in the eLearning industry. She is an international practitioner in understanding and practicing online group facilitation of distributed work, learning and community groups (presenter, writer, teacher, coach, facilitator, and rapporteur). As a technology steward, designer and builder of online interaction spaces (events, teams, learning groups) she has worked extensively with ‘web 2.0’ tools and approaches and community and instructional design.
Targeted at teachers who are new to eLearning and those who are interested in getting into eLearning. Nancy will take you through a session about eLearning for beginners and demonstrate what makes a good online lesson.
Aimed at teachers with a minimum of 1-2 years experience with online delivery, this session will provide more advanced information and will focus on monitoring the health of your online community, how to deal with situations when they occur online etc.
The sessions aren’t ‘about the tools’ but about the teaching and learning… they’re about effective ways to use eLearning and communities within online environments, with a focus on strategies and principles.
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Live blogging on this blog all day
Video streaming– The session has now ended, thanks to those who tuned in to watch live.