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Learning to Teach Online OCN
Qualification:
OCN Learning to Teach On-Line L3 ZCAC313 
Starts:
03/10/2016 
Ends:
27/01/2017 
Weeks:
14 
Days:
TBA 
Study Mode
Part-Time 
Assessment:
Coursework 
Level:
Area:
Teaching & Education 
Course Code:
COYTO1C 
 
Entry Requirements

Personal - A teaching qualification and/or experience of teaching/training, an interest in new learning technologies, ability and willingness to work independently and work collaboratively with other students on the course, personal commitment to follow a distance education programme, allocation of adequate study time and physical space.


Technical - Access to a reliable computer, experience of using a word processor, the web and email, IT skills, an email address, access to local technical support.

 
 

Learning to Teach OnLine OCN

LeTTOL is an accredited online distance learning course aimed at teachers, lecturers, trainers and content developers who wish to transfer their existing skills to an online environment.


About the Course

LeTTOL is an accredited online distance learning course aimed at teachers, lecturers, trainers and content developers who wish to transfer their existing skills to an online environment.

Over 3,000 professionals from across the world have taken our LeTTOL course. You may spend a considerable period of time working round the course material. Each learner is allocated to a cohort of learners with a single tutor throughout the course.


Key Units

LeTTOL comprises four units, each of which is sub-divided into sections:

Unit 1 - Getting Started - Introduction, Collaboration and Moodle

Unit 2 - Learning Online - Online Resources in a Changing World

Unit 3 - Learning Management - Issues, Learner Support . The Role of the Tutor and Assessment

Unit 4 - Online Design and Delivery - Designing for the Internet




Entry Requirements

Personal - A teaching qualification and/or experience of teaching/training, an interest in new learning technologies, ability and willingness to work independently and work collaboratively with other students on the course, personal commitment to follow a distance education programme, allocation of adequate study time and physical space.


Technical - Access to a reliable computer, experience of using a word processor, the web and email, IT skills, an email address, access to local technical support.


Assessment

Coursework


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You progress by working through the web-based course materials, completing individual activities and taking part in collaborative activities. All courses activities, tutor support, peer interaction and assessment take place online.


The course is accredited with Certa (which is the new operating name for the Open College Network Yorkshire and Humber Region) with 12 credits at Level 3.