Free access to the following resources may help you move to online teaching in response to the COVID-19:
- A selection of COVID-19 Online Resources is available on the joinable CTL APD site on eFundi. Log into eFundi, join the CTL APD site and click on the link that will navigate to the resources. Learn how to join a joinable site here.
- Remember, the usual CTL academic professional development opportunities will continue via Webinars.
- If you have missed a CTL Webinar, visit the joinable CTL APD site to get access to all Webinar recordings.
- Access the CTL Staff Training Calendar on Libcal to register for training opportunities.
Suggested modes of delivery for 2020
Moving to Mastery (1 – 2 hours)
This APD opportunity will be delivered as a face-to-face morning/afternoon session. This session will provide information on theories and theoretical frameworks, as well as applicable examples relevant to the topic of the APD opportunity. Participants will not be required to do an assignment or practical application during the session. These sessions would normally serve as a prerequisite to a Change LAB practical hands-on workshop.
Change LAB (2 – 3 hours)
This APD opportunity will be delivered as a face-to-face morning/afternoon workshop. This is a practical hands-on face-to-face workshop that will enable participants to actively engage in the application of knowledge and/or theories with the specific purpose on development of various teaching and learning activities pertaining to the topic. Participants will be required to bring their own pieces of evidence to work on during the session. Participants will also be required to do a practical assignment or application during the workshop. A prerequisite for these workshops could involve the completion of the Moving to Mastery session on the related topic.
Lunch and Learn (Lunch hour/ Proposed faculty venues)
This APD opportunity will be delivered as a face-to-face lunch hour discussion contributing to a community of practice. This lunch hour discussion will enable participants to share ideas and successes, and reveal challenges participants experience in their teaching relevant to the topic. A showcase of strategies for success by expert lecturers on various teaching and learning challenges will also be offered.
Switch it On Seminars (SOS) - certified (1 hour)
Magna is hosting various online seminars on the related topic. Due to the time zone differences from one region/country to another, these certified online seminars are hosted after hours according to South Africa Standard Time (SAST) time zone. Subsequently, participants will enjoy asynchronous access to the recording of this online seminar. Participants that have registered for the online seminar, will receive a link to access the recording of the online seminar that can be viewed at any time convenient to their respective time schedules. Upon completion of this online seminar, participants will be able to download a certificate of completion. Access to this link is valid until the end of October 2020.
Webinar (2 hours)
This APD opportunity will be delivered in a synchronous online webinar format. Participants will engage with the specific topic in a group discussion, facilitated by the presenter.
Making a Difference (MAD) facilitated online workshop (1 - 12 week online)
This is a facilitated online workshop with strict deadlines to be met during the workshop period. Participants will be required to produce outputs in the form of participation in discussions forms, and/or assignments relevant to the topic.
Getting it Done (GID) self-paced online course (4 - 6 weeks online)
This is a self-paced certified online course that participants can engage with on their own terms and according to their own time schedule. The course schedule usually runs over a 4 to 6- week period. Multiple registration dates are available during the year.
Project leader: CTL APD opportunities
Senior Academic Developer
Dr Mariette Fourie
- 018 299 4896
- Building C1, Office 240
- Potchefstroom Campus