Transform Your Online Teaching

Transform Your Online Teaching

Offering Colleges

Online teaching and learning are here to stay. Despite deep confusions and strong resistance among many educators and educational institutions, colleges are highly likely to continue to provide online education in synchronous, asynchronous, or blended format. With this, teachers who have been teaching in physical classroom settings have both challenges and opportunities ahead of them. Challenges, because teaching online requires completely different resources, mindset, and skill-set. Opportunities, because teachers can now embrace technology so that they can educate and empower more students.

The purpose of this course is to help teachers transform their current skills and beliefs, and become amazing online teachers. The course will take teachers into a deep exploration of various aspects of online pedagogy, learning frameworks, and learning science. It will also challenge the teachers’ existing beliefs and teaching philosophies and will make them question everything. 

On a concrete level, the course will help teachers learn, unlearn, and relearn to plan lessons, implement online tools, design activities, and keep students engaged in online learning.


Who it is for



  • Teachers teaching in Secondary-School and Higher-Education level, irrespective of the course they are teaching.
  • Teachers who are passionate about teaching and are willing to evolve themselves as per the need of the current context. 
  • Teachers who want to understand and adapt to the online method of teaching.


Quick Details

  • Starts: July 27, 2020
  • Number of Sessions: 6
  • Total Hours: 12
  • Timings: Tuesday evenings from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm NPT

Curricular Structure

What you will learn

At the end of the course, the participants will be able to:

  • Plan lessons that sync with the experiential learning cycle
  • Use various online tools and platforms for teaching online
  • Design (re-design) learning activities that keep college students curious, active, and engaged
  • Plan for ways to enhance one’s ‘teaching presence’ online
  • Transform their teaching practice through self-reflection
  • Take concrete steps towards professional and personal growth