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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Margarito Frias

Margarito Frias
Instructor, Santa Maria High

"When I came to the US, I did not come to study; I came looking for a job to send money to my parents and younger siblings in Jalisco. All the time I was an AHC student, I was living in my older brother's house and kept working to support my family and save for tuition when I transfer to a university. Now that I have graduated with a master's degree and have been a teacher for eight years."

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Last Modified Jun 30, 2017