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From Critique to Community (Final)
Transcript of From Critique to Community (Final)
For Online Teaching From Critique to Community Welcome
Some Starting Questions
Britt Watwood Virginia Commonwealth University http://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choice_polls/LTk2MTc1Nzk5 Faculty members' experiences as online learners are critical to their development as effective online teachers
Faculty members benefit from ongoing opportunities to critique their assumed roles as online teachers
Engaging in online community building experiences is key to shaping practice in the online environment Online Course Development Initiative (OCDI) http://wp.vcu.edu/6principles/2012/05/01/the-six-guiding-principles/ "Consultant for Life" Evaluation Process Ongoing Informal
Program Evaluation Surveys
Practice Domains Evaluation of Practice Domains Adapted from Brooks, C., et. al. (2011). Beyond Satisfaction: Toward an Outcomes-Based, Procedural Model of Faculty Development Program Evaluation, Journal of Faculty Development, 25(3), p. 1-8. Instructional Culture
Technology Enhanced Learning SoTL
Program Logistics Online Teaching and Learning Consultancy Model Ongoing Relationship
Deep Understanding of Individual's Course and Practice
Web of Support for Growth