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Page history last edited by Alisa Cooper 11 years, 7 months ago

 

How to Teach in an Online Environment, Part 3

 

Oct. 29, 2009 - 1:00-4:30pm  

Glendale Community College, HT2-149

 

  

Instructional Goal: 

Learnshop sessions will focus on the development, implementation, evaluation, and revision of the model with particular attention given to the unique challenges of developing online learning. Participants will also be introduced to the Quality Matters rubric and will develop and revise online course materials based on the rubric.

 

     Topics include:

  • Constructing instructional strategies 
  • Developing instructional materials that are aligned with course objectives
  • Identifying appropriate technologies
  • Delivering and validating instructional materials and processes 

 

Rationale: 

The Online course instructors must be prepared to teach in an online course environment while maintaining a high level of engagement for a variety of learners, and these faculty should learn to develop online courses based on a proven system, Quality Matters, designed to certify the quality of online courses and online components.

 

Agenda:

 
  • Learnshop 3: Online Course Showcase (90 min)
    • What are some examples of online courses?  This session will showcase examples of online courses. Examples will highlight collaboration, active learning, diversity of instructional content and strategies, and accountability of student performance.
    • The Quality Matters rubric will be used to assist in identifying best practices, useful ideas, and changes that participants might make to showcased courses.
  • Learnshop 3: Evaluation (90min)
    • This part of the session will focus on the formative, summative, and confirmative evaluation of online instructional materials. Methods and tools for defining, quantifying, and measuring quality in online courses will be presented.  Participants will use provided templates, tools, and rubrics to develop a sample evaluation plan during a brainstorming session.
  • Learnshop 3: Wrap up & Questions (30 min)

 

Materials:

All resources for the workshop can be found at http://online-course-design.pbworks.com/ and

http://drcoop.pbworks.com

  

Assessment: 

 

  • Learnshop 3:
    • Using the Quality Matters rubric, evaluate an online course for collaboration, active learning, diversity of instructional content and strategies, and accountability of student performance.
    • Use provided templates, tools, and rubrics to develop a sample evaluation plan during a brainstorming session.

 

Here are the links for today's Learnshop.

Evaluation Survey Link:

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=je1PLnQDlP38DRnPwbm24g_3d_3d

Assessment Link:

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=j5eTxAFFLGEqDatSvo35PQ_3d_3d

 

Here are the links for Workshop 2. We didn't have them available at the time, but you must complete them for FPG. Sorry for the trouble.

Assessment link:

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=o6R3_2fp6WSs63LTHDnhODoQ_3d_3d

Evaluation link:

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=0aM6IG0k0XAJSXS9aldIog_3d_3d

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