Effective Online Courses – Who Knew?

Over the past few years I wrote a couple of courses for Relias Learning.  I never looked them up since I didn’t have much reason to do so.

But today I did to offer a resource to someone and, OMG, over 4500 positive reviews on the managing autism course and over 3500 on the managing bipolar course.

https://ancor.academy.reliaslearning.com/Ways-to-Support-People-with-Autism-Spectrum-Disorder–REL-IDD-0-WSPASD.aspx

https://jani.academy.reliaslearning.com/Bipolar-and-Related-Disorders–REL-HHS-0-BRD-V2.aspx

We are always looking for effective online teaching.  I didn’t know this was working so well.  Cudos and gratitude to Relias Learning for the opportunity & putting these into play.

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Joshua Feder, M.D. Dr. Feder's Blog

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