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Digital Pedagogy (MCC) is a Course

Digital Pedagogy (MCC)

Ended Jun 28, 2020

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What does it mean to learn online? What are the best methodologies to use when designing online learning experiences? How does learning online change the approaches instructors should use to enable students to more easily, effectively grasp concepts, ideas and develop skills? In this course, we will explore the concept of Digital Pedagogy in a manner that allows you to identify practices best suited for your online course development needs.


This is a competency-based course that focuses on specific best practices that you will use to demonstrate your ability to transform a learning activity by applying digital pedagogy best practices. Through a series of learning activities and collaborative exercises, you'll determine the rationale and purpose of digital pedagogy, critique common digital transformation models, and evaluate sample activities. As you engage in reflection and discussion you'll consider the value of digital pedagogy for your blended course, and identify approaches that are most relevant to you.

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Course Facilitators

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Jeremy Lally

Jeremy is an experienced eLearning professional with experience in Instructional Design, eLearning Development, and Learning Management System administration. He also has experience as a graphic designer that focused on branding, graphic design, and media for online training. This background in Instructional Design and graphic design covers over 20 years. 12 years as an Art Director, 8 years as Manager of a Creative Services team that met the eLearning graphics needs of up to 12 Instructional Designers, and 3 years as an Instructional Designer.

Jeremy has a passion for using technology to efficiently create effective training materials that meet business needs. Jeremy led the Des Moines area ATD Tech SIG group in 2018. He has attended the Nebraska Canvas Users Group Conference, 2018 ATD Nebraska Regional Conference, Training Magazine’s Online Training Conference 2017 and the Learning DevCamp 2014 conference.

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Kim Whiteside

Kim has over 20 years of experience in the adult learning field. She has a master’s degree in Adult Learning and Performance from Drake University and holds three professional certifications: Executive Coaching, Experiential Learning, and Career Counseling. She has over 20 years of experience presenting and facilitating workshops on strategies for effective meetings. In her current role as Director of Workforce and IT Innovation – Corporate Online at Metropolitan Community College, Kim partners with businesses and corporations to create engaging learning experiences for both credit and non-credit courses.

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No Cost


through 6/27/20


6-10 Hours






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