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Feb
6
Mon
Facilitating Learning Online (RRU) @ Online
Feb 6 – Mar 10 all-day

This participatory workshop affirms the instructional techniques you already do well, while encouraging you to take risks and try unfamiliar techniques. You’ll see innovative activities modeled by facilitators and other participants. You will try out and critically evaluate dozens of tools and classroom learning activities. Discussions emerge throughout, and include such topics as positive and negative teaching experiences, dealing with classroom situations, managing learner difficulties, and sharing ideas.

Feb
27
Mon
FLO – Synchronous @ Online
Feb 27 – Mar 17 all-day

Facilitators: Beth Cougler Blom and Myra Rhodes

Facilitating Learning Online – Synchronous is a 3-week course which introduces participants to best practice strategies to plan for, facilitate and follow up after synchronous online learning events. It will help you enhance skills you need to confidently and effectively facilitate synchronous online learning. It is designed to provide you with opportunities to see and learn from examples of synchronous online facilitation and, if desired, practice synchronous online facilitation skills in a safe environment.

Full Description: proflearn.bccampus.ca/flo-synchronous/
Registration: www.eply.com/FLOFebMar2017

Mar
20
Mon
FLO – Fundamentals @ Online
Mar 20 – Apr 21 all-day

Through participation in this 5-week online workshop, you will develop the skills needed to effectively facilitate learning in online environments.

Full details about this workshop: http://proflearn.bccampus.ca/workshops/flo/

Register: www.eply.com/FLOFundamentalsMarApr2017

May
1
Mon
Facilitating Learning Online (RRU) @ Online
May 1 – Jun 2 all-day

This participatory workshop affirms the instructional techniques you already do well, while encouraging you to take risks and try unfamiliar techniques. You’ll see innovative activities modeled by facilitators and other participants. You will try out and critically evaluate dozens of tools and classroom learning activities. Discussions emerge throughout, and include such topics as positive and negative teaching experiences, dealing with classroom situations, managing learner difficulties, and sharing ideas.

May
29
Mon
FLO – Design
May 29 – Jun 23 all-day

FLO-Design is a complementary course to FLO-Fundamentals, which supports educators to learn how to facilitate learning in asynchronous environments. FLO-Design is focused on important elements of educational design and the intentional steps to developing effective learning environments.

Full Description: https://proflearn.bccampus.ca/flo-design/
Registration will be available early March.

Sep
18
Mon
FLO – Fundamentals @ Online
Sep 18 – Oct 20 all-day

Through participation in this 5-week online workshop, you will develop the skills needed to effectively facilitate learning in online environments.

Full details about this workshop: http://proflearn.bccampus.ca/workshops/flo/

Registration will open summer 2017.

 

Oct
23
Mon
FLO – Synchronous
Oct 23 – Nov 10 all-day

Facilitating Learning Online – Synchronous is a 3-week course which introduces participants to best practice strategies to plan for, facilitate and follow up after synchronous online learning events. It will help you enhance skills you need to confidently and effectively facilitate synchronous online learning. It is designed to provide you with opportunities to see and learn from examples of synchronous online facilitation and, if desired, practice synchronous online facilitation skills in a safe environment.

Full Description: https://proflearn.bccampus.ca/flo-synchronous/
Registration will be available soon!

Oct
30
Mon
Facilitating Learning Online (RRU) @ Online
Oct 30 – Dec 1 all-day

This participatory workshop affirms the instructional techniques you already do well, while encouraging you to take risks and try unfamiliar techniques. You’ll see innovative activities modeled by facilitators and other participants. You will try out and critically evaluate dozens of tools and classroom learning activities. Discussions emerge throughout, and include such topics as positive and negative teaching experiences, dealing with classroom situations, managing learner difficulties, and sharing ideas.

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