Online Teaching: A Quick Shift Guide

with Jason de Villa Kim Randall


Learn useful strategies on how to quickly transition and adapt to online teaching through the insights and sharing of practitioners from established institutions from the Silicon Valley and the Philippines.


In this course, online teaching practitioners will share their insights on how to smoothly and effectively transition from traditional teaching to online teaching. Learn from their experiences to navigate your way in the online distance mode of education.



At the end of course, you will be able to

  1. Debunk common myths about online teaching based on facts and reliable data.
  2. Determine strategies and methods to effectively implement online teaching.

Who should take this course

  • Educators
  • Students
  • Individuals who are interested in shifting from traditional to online teaching
  • Individuals who are interested in knowing more about online teaching



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Jason de Villa
Managing Director, Center for Teaching and Learning
University of Asia and the Pacific

Jason de Villa is currently the Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning of the University of Asia and the Pacific, and is responsible for managing UA&P’s successful transition to an online learning environment.


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Kim Randall
Global Education Technology Consultant
Krause Center for Innovation

Kim Randall, a global educational technology consultant, works with professional learning organizations including the Krause Center for Innovation, providing relevant and engaging training centered around effective use and pedagogy of educational technologies in the classroom. She is an adjunct faculty member for Foothill College & the KCI, a miniMERIT instructor, and has been a part of the MERIT instructional team in 2016.


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Fees
FREE


DURATION 1 hour, 30 minutes
COURSE TYPE Self-paced
CATEGORY Teacher Development
DIFFICULTY LEVEL Introductory