Distance Learning - Faculty

Teaching at a distance presents challenges, opportunities, flexibility, new and sometimes better ways of offering instruction to students. . 

Teaching online requires a certain amount of technical knowledge, but it also requires knowledge of the pedagogical principles that are specific to teaching online. More often than not, the instructor needs to evaluate many aspects of their instruction, including assessment, design, deliver, course materials, communication and/or interaction with students.. 

If you are considering teaching online or would like to have some help with your online courses, please contact the distance education specialist for training and support. 

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Luisa Gijon
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" My experience in AHC was enlightening. I learned to overcome obstacles. I learned to look for help when I had a problem. When I first came to AHC, I was placed in English 501. English was one of the hardest courses for me, but having a laboratory with great staff help me get confidence. I took advantage of the free tutoring AHC had. The biggest thing I learned from AHC was to trust myself in everything I did.
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