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  • 1. Foiling Failure in Innovative Teaching
  • 2. Artists Then and Now
    The Lone Artist
    Artist in Collaboration
  • 3. Attitudes towards Online Learning
    51% of US College Presidents feel that online learning is comparable to face -to -face classes
    29% of the public feel that online courses are comparable to face -to -face classes
    39% of adults who have taken online courses say they are comparable to face -to -face classes
    -Pew Internet Research, 2011
  • 4. The Problem with Online Learning
    We’re using new technologies to advance old methods of learning
  • 5. Best Practices in Higher Ed.
    • Interaction among learners and teachers
    • 6. Collaboration among students
    • 7. An active learning environment
    • 8. Frequent and timely feedback
    • 9. Time on task
    • 10. Communicating high expectations
    • 11. Respect for diverse talents and ways of learning
    -Chickering and Gamson, 1987
  • 12. Qualities of the 21st-century Educational Professional
    • Facilitate and inspire student learning and creativity
    • 13. Design and develop digital-age learning experiences and assessments
    • 14. Model digital-age learning and working
    • 15. Promote and model digital citizenship and responsibility
    • 16. Engage in professional growth and leadership
    -International Society for Technology in Education, 2008
  • 17. Technology Supports Active Learning
  • 18. Key Players in Online Learning
    • The Educator
    • 19. The Administration
    • 20. The Learner
  • The Educator
    • Promote Active Learning
    • 21. Choose appropriate technology to fulfill learning objective
    • 22. The Learning Management System (LMS)
  • LMS-Moodle
  • 23. The Administration
    • Infrastructure
    • 24. Technical support for faculty and students
    • 25. Professional Development
  • The Learner
    • Self –regulated
    • 26. Producers and not just consumers of knowledge
    • 27. Reflective
  • Conclusions
    • Three Key Players: The Educator, The Administration, The Learner
    • 28. Online Learning must promote Active Learning
    • 29. Infrastructure
    • 30. Learner-centric
    • 31. Online learning requires a culture of creators not consumers
  • Resources
    • Beethoven at the Piano [image file]. Retrieved from
    Chickering, A.W. & Gamson, Z.F. (1987).  Seven principles for good practice in undergraduate education.  American Association for Higher Education Bulletin. Retrieved from, N. (n.d.). Rewrite the future [image file]. Retrieved from
  • 32. Resources
    • Online music collaboration [image file]. Retrieved from
    • 33. Petrol Pump Education [image file]. Retrieved from
  • Resources
    Pew Research Center. (2011, August 28). The digital revolution and higher education: College presidents, public differ on value of online learning. Pew Internet and American life Project: Social & Demographic Trends. Retrieved from