Identify support information for students online. Reflect on the needs of students in the digital age. List the challenges that students face online. Identify strategies to overcome the challenge of distance in online environments. Identify the elements of dialogue in an online course. List all the elements that should be part of any online course. Identify the basic uses of tools for online collaborative work.
Describe the basic steps of the instructional design process (needs analysis, design and implementation) Describe clear objectives that demonstrate their connection with learning activities and evaluation resources. Model various learning activities that can be used to achieve a specific learning objective. Prepare clear instructions for online students. Associate the learning objectives with the activities. Identify the advantages and disadvantages of the tools from the perspective of collaborative work.
Reflect on the teaching perspective in front of the motivation of the student, in order to support the learning process of the students in the virtual classroom. Exemplify forms of motivation for students through online activities and with personalized encouragement. Establish a relationship between motivation and learning environments. Recommend strategies for using Internet tools for online collaborative work.
Differentiate between social, cognitive and teaching presence in online forums. To exemplify in a real context a situation where there is a social, cognitive presence and teaching presence. Describe good practices to moderate online forums. Improve the quality of the instructions of the activities. Offer feedback to students about the performance of their work.