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Step 1. Accept and start with yourself first.
Step 2. - Look at the lesson and see what we can do. Ratio: 50/50 , 60/40, 70/30, & 100/0
Online Self-study / Research / Discussion/ Presentation - How long for online activities? - How many times? Face to Face Lab activities /Seminar/ Discussion / Presentations - How long for each time? - How many students? - How many times?
Assessment Online quiz/ Take home / Online Presentation - How long for each online assessment? - Types of assessmnet? --> Multiple choices/ openbook / Online presentation? - How many times? And many students? Face to Face Exam / Presentation - How long for each time? - How many students? - How many times?
Step 3. Find some tools that fit with activites and you feel comfortable with (Can be more than 1 tool)
Step 4. Start creating your course and find someone help you.
Step 5. Try out and see feedback.
Things to remember 1. Set up rules for online course. • Deadlines for assignments and activities • Ways to contact an instructor and how to write email and messages • Copyright and plagiarism • Types of files and title the file.
Things to remember 2. Set schedule for yourself : • Checking email and reply email to students. • Upload your assignments and contents into online course.
Things to remember 3. Be organized in saving files in your devices. • Set locations in your computer to save file.
Student feedback Data collection Research