Until recently, classroom learning is what we’ve all understood learning to be about. But the 2020 Coronavirus outbreak let teachers and students know that there are now great options to study online, so you don’t need to spend time in group settings close to other people. There’s no doubt that the eLearning industry will continue to grow rapidly and you may need to, or have already had to, transition your classroom learning into online courses. Here’s a quick guide on how you can do this.
First, let’s recall how you teach in the classroom and break your classroom learning into the following 3 main components: providing theory, practice, and assessments. You will use the same 3 components when making an online course. Read more.