Building a Remote Learning Site for K12 School: Strategies, Challenges and Solutions

Session Description
A midsize K12 school in Eski┼čehir Turkey was an early adapter of the remote learning movement easily adjusting to the closing of schools due to coronavirus. Setting priorities, establish a technological infrastructure and the processes as well as training and managing the human resources were among the major operations in this adaptation process. Those who are interested in agile remote learning site development will learn about implementation strategies of this project, instructional and assessment strategies employed, challenges faced, and the solutions generated during the building of this system.
Cengiz Hakan Aydin
Cengiz Hakan Aydin, Professor, Open Education Faculty, Turkey
Cengiz Hakan AYDIN, Ph.D., is a full professor in Anadolu University of Turkey offering courses in the field of open and distance learning since the early 1990s: Instructional Design, Designing ODL, Trends in ODL, and Research on ODL. He has also served as an instructional designer in the Open Education System of the University and as the dean of one of the major ODL Faculty of the University between 2013-2016. His current research interests focus on the design and development of ODL environments, integration of new technologies into ODL, Open Education Resources (OER), and Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs).
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