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Course Design Orientation

Course organiser: Alison Jean Cole
About the Course Organiser: 

The Orientation is a community driven project. The Course Design Handbook is the distillation of community and expert wisdom. What's my role? To facilitate discussions around course design topics and organize meetings between experts and you!

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100
Course Status: 
Completed

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Want to create a course with P2PU? The P2PU Course Designer's Orientation is the best place to start!
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Summary

The Orientation is always running. Sign-up to join the conversations!

The P2PU Course Organizers' Orientation aims to introduce new organizers to the practice of online facilitation for open social groups and to provide support while they build a new course.

The wiki.p2pu.org/Course-Design-Handbook is a community driven resource and our primary reference during the orientation. Each week we will hold a meeting with experts in the field or Q&A's with previous course organizers.

SEMINARS

Most aspects of course design will be discussed in the forums. Some community members will offer seminars regarding elements of course design (see syllabus below). Because of various timezones, not all seminars will suit everyone's needs. Don't worry, seminar notes will be shared back in the forums!

If you are enthusiastic OSQA systems, you may also take questions to the larger community on qa.p2pu.org.

Learning objectives

The goal of the orientation is to let P2PU future course facilitators ... 

  • experience open social learning (like a P2PU course) first-hand to know what it feels like for participants in your course. 
  • develop the ability to differentiate P2PU from formal online teaching
  • become acquainted with the different features of the P2PU website 
  • design their own course on a topic of their choice and upload their session content to the website
  • experience the use of different synchronous/asynchronous platforms and how to use them in their own sessions
  • provide review and feedback for each other to revise and refine the syllabi for their P2PU sessions

Schedule/Syllabus

Orientation Schedule

Comments

I am planning to sign up for

Patrice Kaufman
Mon, 2011-01-03 14:29

I am planning to sign up for the Orientation. I am working on my Course Draft and plan to complete it and then sign up for the Orientation. I use email and can skype. I've participated in online webinar type courses as a student. This will be my first time leading a course with P2PU.

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Hi, My name is Ryan Wold, and

Ryan Wold
Sun, 2011-01-09 06:56

Hi, My name is Ryan Wold, and I'm preparing my first P2PU course (and first of any course). I'm available by email, chat, and can do Skype, IRC, or other channels.

The course draft for Transparency 101 for Citizens is here: p2pu.org/general/transparency-101-citizens

I look forward to learning and sharing with

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