To teach online for ERAU-W, you are required to complete the iTeachER course. Enrollment in iTeachER occurs sixty days before the term start of your first online course. 

This training is provided entirely online. The course is self-paced but instructor-facilitated and there is work that needs to be submitted at the end of every module. You will receive feedback from your facilitator throughout the course.

You do not need to be online at any specific time as long as you complete the required modules by the end of the week set for that specific module. Plan on spending 4 to 6 hours to complete the material.

Topics include an overview of Canvas, expectations of faculty who teach for ERAU-W, and best practices in online learning and student-centered approaches to teaching.

Tutorial for navigating through iTeachER


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