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  • Discover how a community college online course focusing on educational technology for pre-service teachers transformed from a traditional online weekly module format to an innovative, creative and engaging scenario-based course.
  • -Part of the University of Hawaii system-Oahu Hawaii-Serves  high population underrepresented minority Native Hawaiian students-Rural coast-Enrollment is a little over 7,000 students
  • -Recruit and prepare future teachers who will make a difference in the leeward and Central O‘ahu Communities.-Address critical teacher shortage in Leeward and Central O‘ahu-62 Credit Degree Program (Direct employment, first two years of a bachelors)-Introduction to the teaching profession-Offer first two years of a four year degree from a teacher credentialing program.-Also to service a Diverse population of high population of Native Hawaiian minority students and non traditional students.
  • General Overview of the course-An online, elective introductory course on integrating technology into the teaching profession-Low pre-requisite, being a Community College, AAT theme is to be supportive, give students a taste of the profession.
  • General Overview of the “Traditional” course-Built in WebCT LMS-Student interaction is computer to student, framed within a walled off expensive LMS.-Table tennis model of discussion boards, topic served, post a relpy, then post a response. Very predictable. Not resembling the exciting learning that takes place for outside of classroom.
  • -The course was very well structured in a traditional weekly modules format. Example of simple html weekly overview in a traditional online course.
  • General Overview of the traditional courseProject based assessment. Focusing around MS Office.Can you guess what type of projects we did?Word (Lesson plan), Excel (Gradebook), PowerPoint (for presenting and ePortfolio)
  • One of the themes of this Innovations conference is to be innovative through experimentation.Since 2006 I had made various efforts to improve the course and increate student engagement while experiencing multiple styles of learning. Notably-Voki was limited in recording time, attention getter, but limited views.-Updated Projects:1. Personal Learning Network (Google Reader, Twitter, Delicious, iGoogle)2. Selecting a Web 2.0 technology3. Working in a scenario to Revamp and traditional lesson with a Web 2.0 tool.
  • *** image of puzzle and game***In addition to updating the main projects and introducing a talking avitar as an attention getter. I also tried to address multiple learning styles with a semester long activity called Learners’ Choice.16 week semester = 4 of each type at the endIntended to address and illustrate mulitple learning styles.Was hard to grade and keep track of, low level learning and not constructivist or collaborative.
  • -Dilema to address student confidence and motivation by having interesting and stimulating assignmentsWhy-Online, Elective course, entry level, non-traditional online students, ethnic minorities-Wide range of experience levels, non-to- currently teaching (Show data of teaching v not teaching).-Assignments needed to be updated, mildly interesting and stimulating.(Course Evaluation SP 10 )How-Attended Pacific Region Learning Summit: Scenarios Based Learning Track Summer 10.-Update the online teaching methodology to model  SBL practices (make assignments stimulating -and interesting) (Data comparison SP09- FA10)
  • Ala ‘ike path to knowledge, Hawaiian theme for target audience-Try to imitate a real school environment.-Still contains the core of being organized by Weeks and 7 parts of a topic each week.Topic- scenarioObjectives- Homeroom announcementIntroduction- Homeroom announcementTasks- Weekly BulletinAssignments- Weekly BulletinResources- Ala ‘Ike message from principal
  • ***Ala ‘Ike artwork***Share about the story line Process of creating a scenarioPrimary objectives for the courseTask, challenge or real life problem and how it will be measured.Story line, overview, Tasks, milestones, deliverables, resources
  • Personal Learning Network – student also follow each other. As part of getting up to speed they develop aPLNGoogle Reader, Delicious, Twitter Extreme Instruction Makeover- Peers share out in ScreenR-Interesting and stimulating assignments-Scenario Address multiple learning styles (phone, email, elluminate, face to face)-Group work issues, collaborative class goals, weekly individual blogs.-Address skills that they will need in the workforce (working collaboratively, literate, managing time, information etc.)
  • *** Course Evaluation SP 10 compared to FA 10***Following my transition to Scenarios based learning.-Interesting and stimulating assignments
  • ***End of Course Evaluation: Global Appraisal SP 10 to FA10***As I wrap things up I wanted to share two final graphs with you. This one is the overall global appraisal for Interesting and stimulating assignments rose 9% from one semester to the other.
  • ***Scenario Survey data***Lastly I have some quotes from students related to their SBL experience:“I really enjoyed the class. I really enjoyed how there was a project that went beyond the book.“-FA ‘10In closing, as you seek to be innovative creative and engaging in your instructional approaches I hope that I have described for you another possible approach to consider.
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    1. 1. Brent Hirata<br />Integrating Scenario-based Online Learning to Motivate Pre-service Teachers <br />
    2. 2. Leeward Community College<br />
    3. 3. Associate of Arts in Teaching<br />“Preparing future teachers who will make a difference in the Leeward and Central Oahu communities.”<br />
    4. 4. Educational Media & Technology Course<br />Introductory course on integrating technology into teaching<br />Promote innovative teaching with technology<br />Online, elective course with low pre-requisite<br />
    5. 5. Traditional Online Course Design<br />Constructed in WebCT<br />Discussion boards<br />Post your introduction<br />Post weekly response to a topic and then a reply to a peer<br />
    6. 6. Traditional Online Course Design<br />Very well organized and designed<br />Weekly modules<br />Topic<br />Objectives<br />Introduction<br />Tasks<br />Assignments<br />Resources<br />
    7. 7. Traditional Online Course Design<br />Project based<br />Focused on teachers using MS Office <br />Lesson Plan<br />Presentation<br />Grade book<br />
    8. 8. Innovative Experimentation<br />Updated the main projects to reflect web 2.0<br />Voki/ SitePal weekly introductions to topic<br />
    9. 9. Innovative Experimentation<br />Learners’ Choice (chapter reviews)<br />StudyMate or publisher games<br />Multiple choice quizzes<br />Fill in the blank quizzes<br />VoiceThread<br />
    10. 10. Integrating Scenario-based Learning to Motivate Pre-Service Teachers <br />Why<br />Diverse background of participants<br />Assignments, interesting and stimulating<br />How<br />Attended Pacific Region Learning Summit 2010<br />Revised course w/ scenario<br />Stimulating & Interesting<br />Tasks and weekly milestones<br />
    11. 11. Ala ‘Ike Course Interface<br /><br />
    12. 12. Ala ‘Ike Scenario<br /><br />Welcome letter describing scenario<br />Newly hired teacher at Ala ‘Ike school<br />Letter from Principal placing them on a 21st Century teaching committee <br />
    13. 13. Three main projects (tasks)<br />Educational Technology Overview(Personal Learning Network) <br />Deliverable= iGoogle<br />Selecting a Web 2.0 Technology<br />Deliverable= ScreenR<br />Extreme Instruction Makeover (small group)<br />Deliverable = Lesson plan & ScreenR presentation <br />Ala ‘Ike Scenario<br />
    14. 14. Scenario BasedOnline Class<br />Traditional Online Class<br /><ul><li>Outside gathering (of information)
    15. 15. Different outlets for connecting with each other
    16. 16. More engaging
    17. 17. Problem based teaching makes a difference
    18. 18. You know exactly what to expect
    19. 19. Just getting through (the content)
    20. 20. Getting by, basically, with the work.
    21. 21. Ex. Discussion forums</li></ul>Student Feedback <br />
    22. 22. Are assignments interesting and stimulating?<br />After<br />Before<br />Agree/ Strongly Agree<br />Agree/ Strongly Agree<br />
    23. 23. Global appraisal: Considering everything how would you rate this course?<br />After<br />Before<br />Good / Excellent<br />Good / Excellent<br />
    24. 24. Engaged me as a student?<br />Agree<br />
    25. 25. Brent<br />Thank you for participating<br />
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