Online Teaching Principles Capstone
To enroll in this Capstone, you must be an employee of a California Community College.
The Capstone course guides you through the completion of your capstone project and serves as the final step in completing the Advanced Certificate in Online Teaching Principles. The capstone project involves developing a public website, using the tool of your choice, that demonstrates your growth and development in each of the @ONE Principles for Quality Online Teaching.
Capstone Project Examples
- Melissa Feinberg - MiraCosta College, created with Google Sites
- Chelseea Cohen, Laney College, created with Google Sites
- Colleen Harmon - Cuesta College, created with Google Sites
- Maryanne Mills - West Valley College, created with WordPress
Enrolling in the Capstone
To be eligible to enroll in the capstone, you must successfully complete the following courses, each of which is aligned with one of the @ONE Principles for Quality Online Teaching:
- Humanizing Online Learning (Principle 1)
- Equity & Culturally Responsive Teaching in the Online Environment (Principle 2)
- Dynamic Online Teaching (Principle 3)
- Digital Citizenship (Principle 4)
Once you complete the four Principles courses, contact us to enroll in the Capstone.
What to Expect
Capstone candidates must complete their capstone project no later than June 26, 2020.
- Once you are in the Capstone course, you will request to be paired with a mentor
- Your mentor will support you through the completion of your Capstone project.
- Once you complete your capstone project, you will be awarded a digital badge for the @ONE Advanced Certificate in Online Teaching Principles.
Time Commitment: approximately 40 hours
Level of Difficulty: Advanced
By the end of this course, participants will:
- demonstrate they have successfully completed the required courses
- produce a website or eportfolio that demonstrates their understanding and application of the @ONE Online Teaching Principles
Optional Continuing Education Credit
Participants in this course can seek optional professional development/continuing education credits by dual-enrolling in TEC 1851 at Fresno Pacific University. A separate fee due to FPU will apply.
Dropping a Course
We know that sometimes even the best-laid plans go awry. If you find you need to drop your @ONE course, please:
- Log in to @ONE registration Catalog.
- From your student dashboard, select the “drop the course” option.
NOTE: If you drop prior to the first day of class, Contact Us to request a refund.