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WeCWI-Microsoft Educator Upskilling Programme

Price

Paid / *Free

Duration

≥12 hours

About the Course

INTRODUCTION
This course is designed for educators and language educators keen to makeover their web-based instruction (WBI) by closely examining WeCWI and its counterpart, Microsoft Learn, to design and develop WeCWI-enabled Microsoft teaching and learning tools. Guidelines, advice, tips, and resources are exposed throughout this course on applying WeCWI and Microsoft tools to transform learning into an enriched 21st-century learning design (21CLD) pedagogical experience to become the changemaker in education. After completing a training session, registered participants can redeem a Microsoft achievement code to record the training hours in the transcript to get recognition by following the following steps:
1. Log into https://learn.microsoft.com with your Office 365 account.
2. Choose the drop-down with your profile.
3. Select the Achievements code.
4. Click Redeem your code now.
5. Paste the code into the prompt.

AIM
This course aims to expose educators and language educators to WeCWI and Microsoft Learn for designing and developing the WeCWI-Microsoft instructional tools and being a changemaker in education as a ME, MAE, MIEE, and MCE. as highlighted in https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/training/educator-center/programs/microsoft-educator

OUTCOMES
At the end of the course, the participants should be able to master and apply the guidelines on designing and developing their WeCWI-enabled Microsoft instructional tools and WeCWI-enhanced 21CLD pedagogical tasks to become a WeCWI and Microsoft Certified Educator.

TARGETED PARTICIPANTS
1. Educators
2. Language educators

TOPICS
1. WeCWI and the Science of Instruction
2. WeCWI-Enabled Instructional Tools
3. WeCWI-Enhanced 21CLD
4. Digital Citizenship of WeCWI
5. WeCWI for Blended Instruction
6. WeCWI for Hybrid Instruction
7. WeCWI for Remote Instruction
8. WeCWI for Inclusive Instruction
9. WeCWI for Flipped Instruction
10. WeCWI for Teams
11. ME, MAE, MIEE, and MCE: The Changemaker in Education
12. Preparation to Be a WeCWI and Microsoft Certified Educator

RESOURCES
Core
1. https://www.wecwi.com/blog/categories/wecwi
2. https://www.wecwi.com/blog/categories/microsoft
3. https://learn.microsoft.com
Supplementary
1. https://www.wecwi.com/post/ednovator
2. https://www.wecwi.com/post/seleh

PAST TRAINING
1. 6/10/2021︱14:00-15:30 GMT+8︱*ODL 4.0 Best Practices
2. 18/12/2021︱11:00-11:30 GMT+8︱*1st BICOMHET 2021
3. 27/6/2022︱10:00-10:30 GMT+8︱*IEEE 2nd ICET 2022
4. 6/8/2022︱9:00-9:45 GMT+8︱*19th ICLLCE 2022
5. 14/8/2022︱10:20-10:45 GMT+8︱*6th ICSET 2022
6. 30/10/2022︱13:25-13:50 GMT+8︱*13th ICDLE 2022
7. 21/11/2022︱15:30-16:00 GMT+8︱*6th ICEEL 2022
8. 22/4/2023︱14:00-14:30 GMT+8︱*9th ICETT 2023
9. 8/12/2023︱15:00-16:30 GMT+8︱*Cultural Communication and Talent Cultivation

Instructor

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Assoc. Prof. Ts. Dr Mah Boon Yih

Assoc. Prof. Ts. Dr Mah Boon Yih, a Professional Technologist, Microsoft Certified Educator, Microsoft Educator Trainer (2022-2023), Microsoft Innovative Educator Master Trainer (2021-2022) and Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert (2021-2023), is an Associate Professor at the Academy of Language Studies, UiTM Penang Branch, Malaysia.

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