Are you creating and marketing courses teaching others your expertise? Are you helping your clients to design courses they will market and leverage to grow their business? The “teaching others” business has expanded into a 7 billion industry and the opportunity to apply your e-learning design skills in this market is enormous.
Gary Harwell's insight:
It isn't enough to just write a bunch of cool stuff. Somewhere sometime you have to get some cash out of the process.
Whether you’re actively flipping your classroom, exploring blended learning or teaching traditionally, video (relevant to your lesson, of course) has some great benefits for your students learning and memorizing. It adds a new graphic and audio component to your teaching that captures... http://elearningfeeds.com/why-you-should-add-video-to-your-teaching/
Remember that professor you had in college who took you under his wing and made you feel like you had something unique to contribute to the world? How do you know if you're doing the same for students?
We all like to throw out, "Online, e-learning,M-Learning" and any other tech stuff but what REALLY happens online every minute. This should give us some idea of the pool we are throwing our students into.
Google Apps is beginning to revolutionize education.
With its highly collaborative, online/offline format — and its attractive price tag (free!) — many schools, businesses and other organizations are ditching their expensive, clunky software for this powerful suite of tools.
Getting the students to work through the plan is not hard. It's getting the teachers to produce one or getting the teachers to have the students produce on is the problem. It's much easier but way less effective to do CELTA on PowerPoint.
"In this posting, we’ll look at options to increase the depth of your instruction. What you’ll notice throughout the activities is a shift to student ownership of learning, as well as the need to think at higher levels to complete the activities."
Students and educators have a wealth of learning and productivity tools available to them online. Google offers some of the highest-quality resources on the web to meet all your study and teaching needs, and all you need to access them is an internet connection.