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EDU 609 Week 2 Assignment Online Course Syllabus Latest Work

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EDU 609 Week 2 Assignment Online Course Syllabus Latest Work

Online Course Syllabus [CLOs: 1 & 4]. Due by Day 7. In this assignment, you will create a course syllabus that will accompany the course you began planning in Week One.
Read the following materials:
• How to Improve Your Teaching With the Course Syllabus
• The Purpose of a Syllabus
Create a Course Syllabus
As you create your course syllabus, keep in mind the purpose of a syllabus, as well as the major roles that Parkes & Harris (2002) present. You want your syllabus to reflect these. The Quality Online Learning and Teaching (QOLT) Evaluation Instrument document (available in the online classroom) contains explanations of each item and can be used as a worksheet as you develop your own syllabus
Download and review the instrument and each of the objectives outlined in the nine sections as described below:
• Course Overview and Introduction (8 objectives)
• Assessment and Evaluation of Student Learning (6 objectives)
• Instructional Materials and Resources Utilized (6 objectives)
• Students Interaction and Community (7 objectives)
• Facilitation and Instruction (8 objectives)
• Technology for Teaching and Learning (5 objectives)
• Learner Support and Resources (4 objectives)
• Accessibility and Universal Design (7 objectives)
• Course Summary and Wrap up (3 objectives)
Refer to each item as you are developing your own syllabus.
In the previous courses you’ve taken as part of the Online Education Specialization, you practiced creating various course elements that might be located in a syllabus where you can utilize what you’ve created. If the course you are creating is unrelated to any of your past work, don’t worry. Your course syllabus should reflect the course you’re creating here in EDU609.
In a Word document, create a course syllabus that includes the following:
• Course Description (developed in EDU600, if using that material)
• Course Materials (developed in EDU600, if using that material)
• Course Objectives (You wrote these last week; in addition, you wrote objectives in EDU602, if using that material.)
• Course Expectations (developed in EDU601, if using that material)
• Code of Ethics
• Technical Requirements (developed in EDU600, if using that material)
• Support services and resources available to support students in achieving their educational goals
• Accessibility information and policies related to the online course environment
• Late Work Policy (You completed this last week.)
• Grading Scale (You completed this last week.)
Create a Course Shell Using CourseSites
Remember the CourseSite course you’ve been working in throughout the Online Educator Specialization? This week you are going to create a new course within CourseSites.
• Sign into your CourseSites account and create a new course. Give your course a name that reflects the course you started planning last week.
• Enter your course and make sure the “Edit mode” is on. Next, click the Customize Page link and select a theme to apply to your course. You may also rearrange the elements on your home page to create a layout that you feel would be suitable for your course
While in edit mode and on the Homepage, add a “Content Area” and label it “Course Syllabus.” To review how this is done, view the “Modifying the Course Menu” video within the “Getting Started with CourseSites” training under “Build.”
• You will see a Course Syllabus link appear in the main menu along the left. While on that page, click “Build Content” and select “File.” Browse to find your Course Syllabus document, upload the file, and click “Submit.”
• Finally, move the Course Syllabus page so that it is under the Home page along the left in the main menu.
• Using the same process you used to create your Course Syllabus page, create a learning module. While in the edit mode and on the Home page, add a “Content Area” and label it “Module 1.” Repeat the process for “Module 2.”
• Make sure that the two module pages are moved under the Course Syllabus page along the left in the main menu.
• At this point, you should have a course with a page label Course Syllabus with your syllabus uploaded, a Module 1 page with nothing in it, and a Module 2 page with nothing in it.
Add Your Instructor to the Course and Submit Your Assignment
Before submitting this assignment, you will need to add your Instructor as a student to your course so that they are able to access the course. To add your Instructor (or any user) go into your course and under Control Panel click on “Users and Groups.” Then click on “Users.” Next, click on the “Invite” drop down and select “Users.” Finally, enter you instructor’s email address and send them the invite. To review how this is done, view the “Create of Invite Students” area within the “Getting Started with CourseSites” training under “Facilitate.”
Save and Submit Your Assignment. When you have completed your assignment, save a copy for yourself in an easily accessible place and submit a copy to your instructor via the classroom Assignment Basket or Waypoint

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