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Active, Engaged and Inclusive Programs



Full course description

Format: Self-paced online course
Level: Basic
Prerequisites: The Science of Teaching and Learning is recommended, but not required.
Credit: Digital Credential (Badge)
Keywords: Active learning, learning science, inclusive teaching, engaged students 
If you are a UM System employee, do not create a new registration account. You will have the option to enroll with your UM System credentials.
Course Overview:
This self-paced online course will begin by building your knowledge of the meaning and intent behind active learning, engaged students and inclusive teaching. From there, we'll introduce a broad range of principles and strategies applicable to online, blended and face-to-face programs. Lastly, we'll introduce technologies you can leverage to facilitate active learning, engage students and incorporate inclusive teaching strategies into your programs.

Learning Outcomes:
  1. Deepen your understanding of engaging and inclusive learning environments,
  2. Introduce strategies to facilitate engaging and inclusive learning environments
  3. Review your understanding of active learning
  4. Review active learning strategies
  5. Explore the use of technology to facilitate active learning, engaging learners and inclusive learning environments

Jessica Gordon, PhD

This is a self-paced online course.

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Digital credential (badge)

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University of Missouri Extension complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. If you have a disability and need accommodations in connection with participation in an educational program or you need materials in an alternate format, please notify your instructor as soon as possible so that necessary arrangements can be made.

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