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@One Online Teaching Certification Program
@One Online Teaching Certification Program
@One Online Teaching Certification Program
@One Online Teaching Certification Program
@One Online Teaching Certification Program
@One Online Teaching Certification Program
@One Online Teaching Certification Program
@One Online Teaching Certification Program
@One Online Teaching Certification Program
@One Online Teaching Certification Program
@One Online Teaching Certification Program
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@One Online Teaching Certification Program

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An overview of the history and redesign of @One's Online Teaching Certification Program.

An overview of the history and redesign of @One's Online Teaching Certification Program.

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  • 1. Online Certification Program March 16, 2010
  • 2. Background Certification program originally positioned as a resource for colleges/districts with an interest in certification but lacked the resources to implement one. @One’s goal was to leverage existing courses and extend them as a robust pool of offerings from which institutions could individually design their own certification programs.
  • 3. Reconceptualizing the @One Certification Process @One acts as certification “facilitator” for colleges/districts. strand 1 • College contacts @One to leverage existing courses • College determines own certification curriculum • @One monitors and communicates candidate progress • Final certification provided by the college strand 2 @One offers a set certification curriculum and new standard, state-level certification.
  • 4. Goal #1: Increase Demand 1. Expand target audience • From: Administrators with an emphasis on customizable curriculum path • To: Individual faculty and administrators, now providing a distinct and pre-determined certification program • Considerations: current economic context, increase in competition in the part-time faculty job market. Part- timers (or new grads) are interested in securing cost- effective way to set themselves apart from others. 2. Capture interest through automated web-form submission • 9 individual interest requests submitted in first 30 days
  • 5. Goal #1: Increase Demand 1. Expand target audience • From: Administrators with an emphasis on customizable curriculum path • To: Individual faculty and administrators, now providing a distinct and pre-determined certification program • Considerations: current economic context, increase in competition in the part-time faculty job market. Part- timers (or new grads) are interested in securing cost- effective way to set themselves apart from others. 2. Capture interest through automated web-form submission • 9 individual interest requests submitted in first 30 days
  • 6. Goal #2: Define Certification Outcomes • Leverage North American Council for Online Learning (NACOL) 13 core online teaching & instructional design competencies • Collaborative meeting in January to align competencies with certification courses
  • 7. Goal #3: Identify Assessment Mechanism/Process for Final Certification 1. Leverage ePortfolios to collect digital artefacts throughout coursework • Researched existing OL certification programs to understand current assessment trends (CSU East Bay, Sloan-C, Univ Wisconsin, Cerro Coso CC) 2. Candidate will demonstrate proficiencies through ePortfolio review with a “Mentor Facilitator” in their final session 3. The review will culminate in a CCC Confer presentation, given by the candidate
  • 8. Goal #4: Refresh/Design Additional Courses • Refresh Introduction to Online Teaching course • integrate opportunities for content creation, new methods of student interaction and asssessment, applications of copyright “fair use” • new online version will be offered Summer ’10 • Design online assessment course • design curriculum • in process
  • 9. The @One Online Teaching Certification Program 1 Complete the five core courses. 2 Intro to Online Teaching Complete the online and Learning teaching practicuum. Designing an Accessible Online Course Demonstrate Building Online online teaching Community with Social proficiencies to Media your mentor facilitator in a Course Management presentation of Training your ePortfolio. Designing Effective Online Assessments
  • 10. @One Certification Program Timeline Spring 2010 Summer 2010 Fall 2010 Plan & Review Communicate Launch new certification program
  • 11. Certification Program - Questions 1. Are there legal concerns associated with the use of the term “certification” at a statewide level? 2. Implications to the course curriculum and certification program for accommodating K-12 audience? 3. How should additional course offerings be positioned in the certification program? 4. Which ePortfolio tool should we use? • Currently looking at Mahara (Moodle plug-in) 5. What topics/issues are essential for the Assessment course? 6. Other ideas for communicating the certification program? 7. Should we implement a “certification program enrollment fee” that is distinct from the individual course registration fees?

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