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NOCN Level 4 International Certificate in Digital Skills for Teaching Online

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Overview

Across all demographics learners are more confident and capable in using technology to assist their learning than ever before. Each learner has their own individual learning requirements, improved use of learning technology can help teachers make their learning even more accessible as well as more engaging.

The transition to digital education is certainly disruptive, educators and educational institutions have a wide range of digital solutions available. Choosing the correct solutions and how to integrate them can be challenging.  The capability of the education workforce should embrace the potential of learning technology, this qualification helps this transition as well as equipping teachers with the skills to continually evolve their delivery.

This qualification aims to: 

  • Develop knowledge of available teaching technology platforms and applications.
  • Develop awareness of digital pedagogy and the theories behind digital literacy development.
  • Select and use an appropriate teaching technology platform suitable for an educational setting.
  • Apply knowledge of learning technologies and pedagogy to plan curriculum using learning technologies.
  • Apply competence in learning technologies and pedagogy to design, implement, deliver, assess and evaluate a session using learning technology.

 

 

Modules

Unit 1 - Understanding available technology context of teaching and learning

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Be able to explore available teaching technology platforms and applications
  • Be able to determine own personal development needs to meet the skill-set of the digitally literate practitioner
  • Be able to identify the potential and limitations of the use of technology on teaching and learning
  • Understand the potential and limitations of digital literacy on the learner journey

 

Unit 2 - Developing digital skills and a learning technology toolkit

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Be able to experiment with a range of unfamiliar technologies for teaching and learning
  • Understand a range of relevant pedagogies for online and blended learning appropriate for own specialist area
  • Understand a range of relevant strategies and tools to support learning technology use and digital literacy development
  • Understand the learning and communication technologies and resources, relevant to own specialist area
  • Know the most relevant and inclusive learning technologies for use in own specialist area
  • Be able to plan professional development based upon a learning technology knowledge and digital literacy audit

 

Unit 3 - Curriculum planning for the use of learning technologies

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Be able to identify appropriate areas of own specialist curriculum which can be delivered inclusively using learning technologies, blended or online learning
  • Be able to specify a range of technology-based learning and assessment activities and resources to meet identified outcomes and needs

 

Unit 4 - Curriculum delivery using learning technology

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Be able to develop a learning session in own specialist curriculum to be delivered using learning technologies, blended or online learning strategies
  • Be able to use a range of learning and formative assessment activities and resources which meet the outcomes identified

 

Unit 5 - Assessing and proctoring using technology

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Be able to explore available remote proctoring technology platforms and applications

Requirements

Learners will need to be in a teaching or training role and have achieved a relevant teaching or training qualification (ideally a Level 3 Certificate or above).

Learners should be aged 19 or above to undertake this qualification.

Learners must be able to fulfil the requirements of the assessment criteria and comply with the relevant literacy and numeracy, aspects of this qualification.

Assessment

This qualification is internally set and assessed by learndirect and externally quality assured by NOCN.

Each learner must create a digital portfolio of evidence which demonstrates achievement of all the learning outcomes and assessment criteria associated with each unit, including recorded simulation of teaching practice.

This method of continual assessment ensures that your assessor can consistently monitor your progress and provide you with assistance throughout the duration of the course.

Qualifications

NOCN

NOCN logo

On completion of this course you will receive the NOCN Level 4 International Certificate in Digital Skills for Teaching Online.

NOCN has been creating opportunities through learning and skills development for over 30 years. They are trusted and recognised by employers, training providers and learners in the UK and internationally, to provide a high quality, flexible service. NOCN believe passionately in the power of education and its impact on communities and individuals.

Hear from our past Students

Across all demographics learners are more confident and capable in using technology to assist their learning than ever before. Each learner has their own individual learning requirements, improved use of learning technology can help teachers make their learning even more accessible as well as more engaging.

The transition to digital education is certainly disruptive, educators and educational institutions have a wide range of digital solutions available. Choosing the correct solutions and how to integrate them can be challenging.  The capability of the education workforce should embrace the potential of learning technology, this qualification helps this transition as well as equipping teachers with the skills to continually evolve their delivery.

This qualification aims to: 

  • Develop knowledge of available teaching technology platforms and applications.
  • Develop awareness of digital pedagogy and the theories behind digital literacy development.
  • Select and use an appropriate teaching technology platform suitable for an educational setting.
  • Apply knowledge of learning technologies and pedagogy to plan curriculum using learning technologies.
  • Apply competence in learning technologies and pedagogy to design, implement, deliver, assess and evaluate a session using learning technology.

 

 

Modules

Unit 1 - Understanding available technology context of teaching and learning

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Be able to explore available teaching technology platforms and applications
  • Be able to determine own personal development needs to meet the skill-set of the digitally literate practitioner
  • Be able to identify the potential and limitations of the use of technology on teaching and learning
  • Understand the potential and limitations of digital literacy on the learner journey

 

Unit 2 - Developing digital skills and a learning technology toolkit

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Be able to experiment with a range of unfamiliar technologies for teaching and learning
  • Understand a range of relevant pedagogies for online and blended learning appropriate for own specialist area
  • Understand a range of relevant strategies and tools to support learning technology use and digital literacy development
  • Understand the learning and communication technologies and resources, relevant to own specialist area
  • Know the most relevant and inclusive learning technologies for use in own specialist area
  • Be able to plan professional development based upon a learning technology knowledge and digital literacy audit

 

Unit 3 - Curriculum planning for the use of learning technologies

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Be able to identify appropriate areas of own specialist curriculum which can be delivered inclusively using learning technologies, blended or online learning
  • Be able to specify a range of technology-based learning and assessment activities and resources to meet identified outcomes and needs

 

Unit 4 - Curriculum delivery using learning technology

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Be able to develop a learning session in own specialist curriculum to be delivered using learning technologies, blended or online learning strategies
  • Be able to use a range of learning and formative assessment activities and resources which meet the outcomes identified

 

Unit 5 - Assessing and proctoring using technology

On completion of this unit you will:

  • Be able to explore available remote proctoring technology platforms and applications

Requirements

Learners will need to be in a teaching or training role and have achieved a relevant teaching or training qualification (ideally a Level 3 Certificate or above).

Learners should be aged 19 or above to undertake this qualification.

Learners must be able to fulfil the requirements of the assessment criteria and comply with the relevant literacy and numeracy, aspects of this qualification.

Assessment

This qualification is internally set and assessed by learndirect and externally quality assured by NOCN.

Each learner must create a digital portfolio of evidence which demonstrates achievement of all the learning outcomes and assessment criteria associated with each unit, including recorded simulation of teaching practice.

This method of continual assessment ensures that your assessor can consistently monitor your progress and provide you with assistance throughout the duration of the course.

Qualifications

NOCN

NOCN logo

On completion of this course you will receive the NOCN Level 4 International Certificate in Digital Skills for Teaching Online.

NOCN has been creating opportunities through learning and skills development for over 30 years. They are trusted and recognised by employers, training providers and learners in the UK and internationally, to provide a high quality, flexible service. NOCN believe passionately in the power of education and its impact on communities and individuals.

Hear from our past Students

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