The free ‘ICTs to enrich Teaching and Learning MOOC’ from the African Virtual University opened yesterday – why not join in…


ICTs to Enrich Teaching and Learning MOOC now open

The African Virtual University (AVU) and the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) have officially launched today ICTs to Enrich Teaching and Learning MOOC. Based on unique learning expectations and needs, participants will go through a wide variety of learning activities designed to help them improve.


The first module has now started and the second module will start on March 16th 2015.

The first module will explain you what ICTs are and help you understand how is related to teaching and learning. You will be guided through a process called S.A.K.E.© (skills, attitude, knowledge and experience) to help you personalize, apply and extend your learning.

The second module will explain why we use ICTs in Teaching and Learning. We will go through the cost and the pedagogical implications of integrating ICTS in Education.

The third module will be more practical. You will be able to apply ICTs tools to enhance your teaching and learning and examine the benefit for an online teacher training.

The last module will focus on how ICTS improve your productivity regarding your management skills and support administration in the classroom and at a school level.

Registration is still opened! Learn from the best tutors, enroll now:

About AVU
African Virtual University (AVU) is a Pan African Intergovernmental Organization with a mandate to significantly increase access to quality higher education and training through the innovative use of Information and Communication Technologies.

The AVU was established in 1997 when eLearning was still in its infancy in the West and it has since trained more than 43,000 students and established the largest network of Distance and eLearning institutions in 29 African Countries.The AVU works across language divide in Anglophone, Francophone and Lusophone Africa. The AVU is headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya with a regional office in Dakar, Senegal.

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