In March, coronavirus closures gave most teachers only a few days to transition to teaching online. Research shows that teachers need a lot of training to deliver online learning. With most schools one month into the school year, have our teachers transitioned from remote teaching to online learning?
The National Standards for Quality Online Courses (NSQOC) has been a benchmark for online programs, districts, and state entities since 2007. There are seven standards for high-quality online courses as follows: A) Course Overview and Support, B) Content, C) Instructional Design, D) Learning Assessment E) Accessibility and Usability, F) Technology, and G) Course Evaluation. If you are ready to make a successful paradigm shift to online education, If you are ready to make a successful paradigm shift to online education check out https://www.nsqol.org/the-standards/quality-online-courses/. If you want to experience how these standards put to use in an engaging way, click here to register for our standard two-hour professional development session.