Preparation for Online Teaching....and Professional Development
Online teaching requires a different “skill set” than on-ground teaching. These skills
and/or aptitudes can be acquired in a variety of ways. Below is a list of various
ways that SBVC's online instructors have prepared to teach online. Faculty who want
to teach online at SBVC should be able to document how he or she is prepared by teach
online by submitting some version of the form below to either/or the Faculty Chair
of the Department or the Division Dean.
__Formal Training in Online Teaching
__Informal Training in Online Teaching
__Mentored by an experienced online instructor
__Completed a course that was taught online
__Completed a degree that was taught online
__Have experience in teaching online
__1-5 classes (separate sections)
__6-10 classes (separate sections)
__11-20 classes (separate sections)
__21 or more classes (separate sections)
In addition, SBVC has created a self-paced class for instructors wanting to begin
preparation for online teaching. That class is housed in Blackboard and can be accessed
from any computer conntected to the internet. If you are interested in enrolling
in this class, please contact Dr. Kay Weiss, the Co-Chair of the Online Program Committee.
(909-384-8535 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
If you are interested in other professional development activities regarding online
teaching, please contact Rania Hamdy, Professional Development Coordinator at SBVC.