“Developing online courses for the CSO Web-Academy”
Dates: July 17-20, 2017
Location: Hotel “Lesnaya Skazka”
The goal: to teach potential online course developers to design content and conduct educational process using distance learning technologies.
Target audience: experienced trainers in the field of CSO with basic computer skills who are interested in creating and conducting online courses for the CSO Web-Academy.
It is expected that during the training the working groups of participants will develop curricula and some course modules on the following topics: NGO management, Project management, Fundraising, Volunteering, Organizational development, Community mobilization, Development of programs and projects, Advocacy and others.
July 17, 2017, Monday
|08.30-9.00||Registration of participants.|
|09.00-9.30||Opening of the Summer School.
Presentation of participants and trainers.
|9.30-9.45||CSO Web-academy development concept.|
|9.45-11.00||The pedagogic basis of distance learning design and implementation|
|11.30-13.00||The pedagogic basis of distance learning design and implementation (continue).|
|14.00-14.30||Intended learning outcomes as a tool for developing, monitoring and marketing a course.|
|14.30-15.30||Work in small groups. Planning of intended learning outcomes.|
|16.00-16.45||Presentation of the group work results. Discussion.|
July 18, 2017, Tuesday
|9.00-9.30||Assessment and feedback in online courses|
|9.30-10.15||Work in small groups. Planning evaluation and feedback|
|10.15-11.00||Presentation of the group work results. Discussion.|
|11.30-12.30||Curriculum Design. Types of academic work in an online course.|
|12.30-13.00||Student support of in distance education.|
|14.00-15.30||Useful Online Resources|
|16.00-17.30||Overview of the Talent LMS and its tools.
Web Academy online course model.
July 19, 2017, Wednesday
|9.00-10.30||Basics of video recording and editing.|
|11.30-13.00||Basics of video recording and editing (continue).|
|14.00-15.30||Designing a course module in Talent LMS.|
|16.00-16.45||Visualization of information. Infographics.|
|16.45-17.30||Using Case Study method for educational purposes.|
July 20, 2017, Thursday
|9.00-11.00||Using communication and feedback tools in Talent LMS.|
|11.30-13.00||Self-study: Finalizing the course module|
|14.00-15.30||Cross-testing of created modules. Group discussion. Recommendations.|
|16.00-16.30||Quality assurance in online courses: criteria and procedures. General discussion.|
|16.30-17.30||Conclusions and takeaways.
Geir Gunnlaugsson is an educational developer at the Uppsala University Unit for Academic Teaching and Learning. He has a background as a teacher and researcher at the Department of Business Studies, but now works full-time as a consultant, course facilitator and international coordinator for teacher competence training. His fields of specialization include the international classroom and curriculum design, use of IT to enhance teaching and learning, developing the Case method for subject didactics, presentation techniques, as well as participating in national and international development networks. Geir works extensively with Uppsala Universities’ national and international partners on issues related to teaching and learning and arranges competence enhancement sessions for Swedish government agencies and other actors.
Nelly Asmatullayeva, PhD, is a coordinator of the CSO Web Academy, chair of the Higher Education Reform Experts Team in Kazakhstan. She has sixteen years of experience in teaching at the university level. She defended her thesis in the field of distance learning technologies. Nelly initiated development of distance learning courses in one of the universities of Almaty. She has taught professional development courses for university lectures in Kazakhstan on how to use IT for foreign language teaching and learning.
Tatyana Sedova has over 20-year experience in working as a development consultant, researcher and trainer in Kazakhstan, Central Asian countries, Azerbaijan and Ukraine. Partners and customers are both nongovernmental organizations and state authorities, businesses and international organizations (such as ARGO, World Bank, International Secretariat of EITI, Ministry of Industry and Development, Ministry of Religious Affairs and Civil Society, PWYP, Thunderbird, etc.). A sphere of her interests includes strategic planning, community engagement, analytics and civil society, and extractive industries research.
Yevgeniy Bovsunovskiy is an editor, technical specialist in non-linear editing, sound engineer, videographer, designer, specialist in contextual advertising and Internet promotion, the managing partner in the Ledokol Production Studio. Yevgeniy has more than 20 years of experience in video production. He participated in the production of more than 10 television projects for Kazakhstani TV channels: Khabar, 24KZ, 31, NTK, Channel 7 and others. Since 2013, he has been running his own production studio, which produces audio and video advertising, graphic design, and provides other services in the digital segment.