In this article, Will Seasons shares his tips and tricks for setting up online learning programs that work for your organization.
How To Create An Online Learning Program
What If You Could Quickly Improve Your Know-How, Learning And Teaching Ability?
Have you ever wondered why some teachers know more than others? What if you could quickly improve your knowledge of the subject area by transferring the skills, knowledge and experience you’ve gained through previous experiences to the classroom? This is exactly what Ben Franklin’s Tam USA is doing. From one student to the next, they’re passing along what they’ve learned and enhancing their technical knowledge and teaching skills.
Leading the way with this movement is Steven Merritt, an extraordinary educational instructor, lecturer and educator who has become a well-respected world leader in technology-infused learning. He wants you to unlock the potential of your students and improve their results at every level of the curriculum.
Where Am I Going To Recruit Students?
When we think of hiring a teacher, many of us don’t think about the fact that the vast majority of teaching positions require certificates. In fact, under 70% of schools offer a teaching credential, making it more difficult for applicants to gain the required education and experience. While certifications are the most obvious obstacle, applicants may need other certifications as well, such as a teaching program from a recognized institution such as Stevens Institute of Technology or Johns Hopkins University. They must be more familiar with the learning process, application process and profile profile of the employer to meet the employer’s requirements.
Employers usually look for proven credentials from a certified teacher as they want to feel confident in the next teacher they hire. As long as they’re good teachers, the employer has no reason to worry that they’re hiring someone who’s never taught before.
How Much Will It Cost to Import Your Experiences?
Many students are looking for some kind of piece of work or experience to bring into the classroom. But as it usually takes between 2-4 years to be fully qualified, they may want to consider importing some of their previous experiences that they didn’t have time to complete during their school years. This is especially helpful when it comes to an expertise in other fields. You can do this by taking classes from a recognized university like George Washington University or Stanford University.
You can also make use of an online learning program, such as the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), which allows you to connect directly with other learners.
Step 1: Find a Job
Just because you are jobless doesn’t mean that you have no options. One great opportunity is to begin working as a tutor. This can be done either via word of mouth or via an online solution like Kaplan’s Tutor or Future Study Center.
Step 2: Develop Your Teaching Skills
Following up on the teaching opportunity, you can do things such as self-teach or learn as much as you can by looking up resources. To do this, you’ll need to develop the basic skills to become a teacher, such as the three D’s. With this in mind, here are some tips to help you navigate the process:
Determine a QA Guideline: Seek guidance from a qualified and independent source before deciding what system to use for the analysis of your student’s work.
Determine a Diction Sets that Work: In order to make progress on your learner, the learner will need to find a way to navigate the text and get the information that they need. Find a vocabulary set that best matches your student’s stated goal.
Determine a Perceptual Guide: Determine the way your student is approaching information. Determine which words are appropriate for the learner, or have specific meanings and function. This will help you determine the types of questions your learner is likely to ask during a class.
Determine a Systematic Application: Find the best method to maximize the success of your learner. Consider an interactive method, such as an application or a web app, which can be developed to track the progress and performance of your learner.
Step 3: Support and Enhance Your Success
Every learner is different, and the most effective learner development takes a holistic approach. Try to remain aware of how your student is progressing and incorporate the best practices from your classroom, in order to help your student be successful. This could include looking up references for the courses that your student is taking as well as creating specific study guides.
At the end of the day, most of all, being a good teacher is about being involved with and caring about your students.