@ONE Online Courses

Would you like more training, but don’t have the time or budget for travel? Do you want to learn from the best and brightest of your colleagues? Can you take ten hours a week during one month of your schedule to participate and complete a course

Online courses last four to twelve weeks and are facilitated by expert colleagues. In addition to your facilitator, you will be joined by a cohort of your colleagues. Although courses begin and end on specific dates, the work is done asynchronously. That is, you can participate based on your own schedule as long as you complete assignments by their due dates. Do check the dates listed with each course description to make sure it fits into your schedule. Click here to view @One Website..

10-10-10: Communication that Matters - LCM 1014 

NOTE: Students must register for the course through @ONE at https://catalog.onlinenetworkofeducators.org/     PRIOR TO registering for college credit through Fresno Pacific University. (Online Course) First impressions really do count, and the first ten minutes a student is in your course can make or break their experience. Designing you course with the needs of diverse students in mind allows you to hit just the right nite for the crucial first "introduction" and build intuitive elements that support each student's success. You'll discover the power of three important "tens" in your students' interaction in the course--the first 10 minutes, the first 10 hours, and the first 10 days.

Intro to Online Teaching - TEC 1631 

NOTE: Students must register for the course through @ONE at https://catalog.onlinenetworkofeducators.org/      PRIOR TO registering for college credit through Fresno Pacific University. (Online Course) This course provides an overview of online instructional techniques for faculty who are considering teaching online. You will learn what distinguishes distance learning from face-to-face instruction, strategies for online learning, the realities of course design, and the nuts and bolts of implementation and evaluation. You will also get tips on course management software options, building community online, and learning styles. Using a historical perspective of the dynamic evolution of online teaching, you will leave this course with your own plan for a distance learning course or program.

Create Accessible Courses - TEC 1717

NOTE: Students must register for the course through @ONE at https://catalog.onlinenetworkofeducators.org/      PRIOR TO registering for college credit through Fresno Pacific University. (Online Course)Are you interested in reaching as many of your potential students as possible? Then make your course(s) accessible to all students by following a few simple practices. Not only is accessibility legally mandated for public education in California, it's simply the right thing to do. It's not hard and your students will benefit.

Introduction to Teaching with Canvas - TEC 1809

NOTE: Students must register for the course through @ONE at https://catalog.onlinenetworkofeducators.org/     PRIOR TO registering for college credit through Fresno Pacific University. This course introduces you to how to teach using the Canvas Learning Management System by Instructure. You will learn how the system works through a series of curated readings and recall what you have learned through formative quizzes. You will also practice what you have learned through a series of hands-on exercises focused on the subject you teach. Finally you will reflect on the tools in Canvas through a shared discussion with other participants sharing this part of our professional journey.

Course Design Fundamentals Capstone - TEC 1822

NOTE: Students must register for the course through @ONE at https://catalog.onlinenetworkofeducators.org/     PRIOR TO registering for college credit through Fresno Pacific University. This capstone course will guide you along the path to earning your Certificate in Course Design Fundamentals, and to building an online course that will engage students, support their learning and your teaching, and align to the OEI Course Design Rubric.

Equity & Culturally Responsive Teaching in the Online Learning Environment - TEC 1841

NOTE: Students must register for the course through @ONE at http://www.onefortraining.org/online- courses PRIOR TO registering for college credit through Fresno Pacific University.  This course provides community college instructional faculty with an introduction to
Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning (CRTL) pedagogy in the online learning environment. Utilizing an equity framework, the course provides strategies and recommendations for embedding CRTL and other high-impact practices in course design and online classroom practices.

Introduction to Course Design -TEC 1848

NOTE: Students must register for the course through @ONE at https://catalog.onlinenetworkofeducators.org/     PRIOR TO registering for college credit through Fresno Pacific University.The power of an online course comes from careful planning and intentional design. Blending the concepts of backward design with universal design with universal design with hands-on practice, you'll gain mastery in the skills needed to purposefully design and engaging, high-quality online course that captures--and keeps--your students' attention. You'll leave with a robust plan and the solid foundation of your newly envisioned course.

Digital Citizenship -TEC 1849

NOTE: Students must register for the course through @ONE at https://catalog.onlinenetworkofeducators.org/     PRIOR TO registering for college credit through Fresno Pacific University.  We've come a long way from card catalogs and dog-eared essays. In this course, you'll explore the many ways technology is reshaping the literacy tools our students use on a day-to-day basis, and critically examine how to use these tools more effectively while teaching digital literacy to our students.