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Back to School

Help your faculty experience the joys (frustrations/confusion/panic) of taking an online course - and see how it improves their online teaching.
by Joanne Dolan on 21 November 2013

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Transcript of Back to School

Benefits
Back to School
Joanne Dolan
Faculty
are Adults.

"Online
Courses"

"Workshops"
University of Wisconsin
Green Bay

Which way is the bus traveling?
or go to www.PollEv.com/jdolan
Text a CODE to 37607
Left: 243156
Right: 243171
@slightlyjo
joannedolan@gmail.com
71% of faculty have
not taken an online
course for credit

Lederman & Jaschik. (2013). "Survey of Faculty Attitudes on Technology". Inside Higher Ed
"Apprenticeship of Observation"
McQuiggan. (2012). Faculty Development for Online Teaching as a Catalyst for Change. JALN
#aln86665
Andragogy
Assumptions*
Andragogy
Experience should play a role in all learniing
Learning should be problem-centered
They should be involved in planning and evaluation
Adults need to know the reason for learning something
Learning should have immediate relevance
* Adults also respond better to intrinsic rather than extrinsic rewards
Discussions
Choose one of your course objectives and discuss under the following headings -
• Is it measurable?
• Is it written from a student perspective?
• Which Bloom's level does it meet?
• Which module objectives support this course objective?
• What materials support this course objective?
• What activities support this course objective?
• What assessments evaluate if students meet this course objective?

How do I edit my post?
Why has no one responded to my post yet?
Ugh, 42 unread posts!
Is Joanne even reading this?
Consider the "The Bill of Rights and Principle for Learning in the Digital Age" and discuss with your peers the necessity, impact and creation of the document. Share and address some of the media coverage of the release.

Navigation
Oooh, how do I do that?
Where do I start?
I can't find this week's assignment!
Group Work
Assumptions*
Andragogy
Experience should play a role in all learniing
Learning should be problem-centered
They should be involved in planning and evaluation
Adults need to know the reason for learning something
Learning should have immediate relevance
* Adults also respond better to intrinsic rather than extrinsic rewards
What do you do?
I've changed my mind.
Where is everyone?
Sorry I missed the conference call.
I've done all the work so far!
Why we did this
What we did
How we did it
What do you do?
How it went
Seeing from the students perspective
Open communication
Identify needs
Engaging with the content
Concerns
Time commitment
Not fully online
Administrative Support
Faculty/Developer relationship
Practicing what you preach
http://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choice_polls/JKYLyXCpHoEMYXq
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