Open to: PhD students beyond second year
Credit: 1, credit/no credit
Instructor: Sophia Stone, EdD
Offered: Spring. Instructor consent required.
This course prepares PhD students to
Enter a professional position with a basic understanding of the state of digital teaching and learning in terms of tools, trends, and the multiple perspectives on these issues; and
Meaningfully contribute to and benefit from participation in a digital education fellowship with Duke Learning Innovation.
In the course, you will
Critically engage with the themes of 21st century teaching and learning including online and hybrid learning models, open educational resources; data and data analysis; visualization technologies; and online course design and evaluation;
Explore a range of digital pedagogies and technologies in online and hybrid instruction;
Take part in conversations with current practicing faculty on trends, directions, and implications for the future of digital education;
Design a digital learning experience for an online or hybrid course you would like to teach.
Students in the Certificate in College Teaching program are given priority for this class. Each term, an online form is opened for students to express interest in this and other college teaching courses being offered in the following term, and seats in the courses are distributed based on need and the appropriate fit of the student (year of study, teaching experience, etc.) The online form is typically opened in October (for spring classes) and in April (for fall classes.) Watch for CCT Annoucements emails for these links. This course is designed to prepare PhD students to be Bass Digital Education Fellows, and those students have enrollment priority.