Tuesday, July 8, 2014

KQED MOOC on Engaging Students with Digital and Social Media

Dear educators,

This summer, KQED (National Public Radio station in San Francisco) will be launching their first MOOC. #TeachDoNow is a collaborative learning experience where participants will engage in weekly discussions about current issues surrounding education, learn new media-making tools to employ with students, and explore the ways to effectively engage students with issues that matter. The course is from July 7 – August 17 and it is free. You can participate in any way you like and do not need to commit to the entire course.

MOOC Topics include: 

  • What media making and social learning tools are best at engaging learners?
  • What are the best strategies for accessing professional learning online?
  • What are your biggest concerns about online safety and digital citizenship in a web-based learning environment?
  • How do you manage learners, tasks, resources, and assessment in a connected learning environment?
To see the schedule, learn more and sign up, visit the link below:

Please share this opportunity with your colleagues.
Matthew Williams | Educational Technologist


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