Our online e-Moderation course gives you the skills & confidence to teach online in a principled & effective manner.
During the course, you will learn to:
- develop and run online socialising activities
- motivate online learners
- establish an effective online tutor presence
- develop your own skills through collaborative group work
- develop the skills to work asynchronously & synchronously
- design & implement a variety of online task types
- effectively guide online discussions
- use a range of online tools to support learning
- assess online learners
- design effective online courses
- conduct effective online feedback and reflection
Access & Climate Setting
- Online socialisation activities
- Maximising the effectiveness of online work
- Text chat session
- Managing expectations and motivation
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Certified & Assured
All our courses are quality assured by AQUEDUTO – the Association for Quality Education & Training Online | The CertIBET is also quality assured by English UK – the national association of language centres in the UK, and awarded by LanguageCert – the next generation in language qualification | Our eModeration course is recommended for CELTA Online tutors by Cambridge English.
NOTE: The Consultants-E will not tolerate plagiarism, cheating, falsifying information, or handing in work done by others as your own, during the course. A participant found to be in breach of this policy will be dismissed from the course, and no refund will apply. By completing enrolment on this course you agree to these terms and conditions. ALL fields in red in this form are required.
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