Each of our CCCCD colleges work together to provide professional development opportunities to instructors along their pathway to effective online instruction.
Self-paced or facilitated one-week Canvas course covering course set up, navigation, homepage development, creating modules, creating assignments, using quizzes, organizing gradebook, and Canvas accessibility basics. This course is a comprehensive starting point for face-to-face, hybrid, and online classes.
This course provides a solid foundation in Canvas for faculty entering the Becoming an Effective Online Instructor (BEOI) course, and offers up to 5 hours of variable flex credit for faculty. (Note: BEOI - or a comparable training - will become needed for certification to teach online in our District. Because BEOI assumes instructors are familiar with Canvas basics, this optional Beginner's Guide course is available as support.)
Facilitated 4 week course covering online set up and navigation; writing online course policies; directing students to online resources; using Canvas tools to build learning modules; building discussions, assignments,and quizzes; connecting objectives to online content; building a student facing online orientation; creating a learning content module; creating activities that ensure regular & effective contact between instructor and student and among students; humanizing the online course experience including establishing equitable practices; and applying current practices in accessibility.
Note: this course meets the contractual mandate for online instructors to complete online instructor training. Instructors who have taken an equivalent training through another college or program can submit the Comparable Training Equivalency Form.
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A series of six self-paced modules that walk instructors through accessibility principles; word docs; powerpoints; PDFs; Audio & Video; and Canvas.
In the Digital Access Clinic, Instructors receive a read through of their online course through screen reading software to ensure accessibility.
A 6-8 week workshop where instructors are paired with mentors and work towards alignment of a previously taught online course to the CVC-OEI’s Course Design Rubric. Instructors work through Content Presentation; Interaction; Assessment; and Accessibility. Instructors attend a Digital Access Clinic with DSPS. Final course design goes to Districtwide Distance Education Council (DDEC) Alignment group for final review.
Past POMP Cohorts include:
Please watch emails for application announcements or contact Anne Kingsley, DE Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attend ongoing flex workshops, great for those needing extra support in specific tools or as a way to keep up with the latest best practices.
Learn how to prepare your students for this transition to remote learning. Create a clear online communication and feedback/assessment plan, direct students to appropriate resources, and create online check-ins.
Get prepared to move instruction and learning activities online in the event of an emergency campus disruption. Come to this session to learn how Canvas can be used to share instructional content with students, facilitate online learning activities, and collect/assess student work.
Learn how to host and record live lectures or online office hours with your students. Learn how to host an event, share your screen, record and caption your meetings, and more.
You can find high quality online teaching training through our partnership with the California Virtual Campus - Online Education Initiative (CVC-OEI) and the Online Network for Educators (@ONE). You will see their trainings available for enrollment in GROW@4CD. Or, check out: