COURSE FORMAT FAQ
This self-paced online course is meant to give you an overview on the essential aspects of online project-based learning. To do that, you will receive nine email lessons, laid out below. You’ve actually already started the course. How do we know? You’re reading this!
How long is this course?
This course is designed to be done at your own pace. The course has a suggested amount of time listed on its course landing pages under the “Course Stats” heading. We feel that you should set aside the suggested time in order to complete the course. These hours take into account things like facilitating classroom discussions, teaching basic concepts needed to complete each assignment, and making time to continually discuss your work with colleagues and friends.
Do I have to complete coursework?
That’s completely up to you! This free version of the course is being completed by you through email. Because this version is set up in this manner we have no way to follow-up to make sure you actually do each assignment.
How do I get the next email?
We’ve already started sending it to you! Whenever you get an email and open it we will send you the next email in the series so that you have it as soon as you finish your work. If you just want to get all the emails before starting any of the work just open all the emails as they come and the subsequent emails will be sent. Please note there may be a 10-20 minute delay between emails sent after an email has been opened.
Can I hire High Tech High to facilitate a course experience for me and/or a group (students, staff, friends)?
We are launching this service in the near future. If you are interested in receiving news about this option please fill out this form.
My question isn’t answered here - what do I do?
These questions, and other questions like them, are answered extensively in the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section of hthgse.online. If you run into issues that are not covered in the FAQ section of our website please email us for help by visiting our Contact page.