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Changing nature of faculty develpment: JIT, Web-based, using open tools. Presented with Beckie Etheridge at the NW Media & Ed Tech conference in Bellingham, WA 2012.

Changing nature of faculty develpment: JIT, Web-based, using open tools. Presented with Beckie Etheridge at the NW Media & Ed Tech conference in Bellingham, WA 2012.

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    JIT Faculty Development JIT Faculty Development Presentation Transcript

    • Colleen Carmean & Beckie Etheridge University of Washington Tacoma
    • THE YESTERDAY ACADEMIC All the time in the world and even the summer! http://www.vrml.k12.la.us/graphorgan/18strat/strat/professor/gif/j0422581.jpg
    • TODAY’S ACADEMICTECHNOLOGY teaching, research, service, underprepared students, rising class size, society’s expectations, shrinking resources… http://www.johnehrenfeld.com/277891_blog.jpg
    • TEACHING THE INFORMATION AGE LEARNERFull and Part-timeWorking more, studying lessMultiple generations:• Baby boomers• Gen XYZ• Gen AO
    • GENERATION AO (2000-?): ALWAYS ON THE GO“Nimble, quick-acting, multi-taskers who count on the Internet as their external brain”Learning via continuous connectivity Reinventing teaching for JIT Learning
    • JUST-IN-TIME?• Learning Anywhere-Anytime• Development and Skill-Building When Needed• Providing online resources, information, job aids, tutorials• Context-driven email/distro list http://www.ocdaction.org.uk/files/2009/09/getting-support-459x306.jpg
    • SUPPORT FOR LEARNER-CENTRIC TEACHINGOccurring outside classroomGlobal ReachStudy/ResearchService LearningDigital anytimeLearner-centric
    • SUPPORT AS COMMUNITY & CONNECTION• Coffee house Learning• Wine & Cheese Forum• Learning Circles• Communities of Practice• Drop-In Development
    • BETTER LEARNING:COLLABORATIVE SUPPORT SERVICES • Teaching & Learning Center • Library • Office of Instructional Technologies • Information Technology It takes a village
    • MODELING COLLABORATION VIA UW-SUPPORTED APPSGoogle DocsGoogle SitesGoogle GroupsTegrity: New models for support Live Office hours or recorded capture
    • Social MediaBlogs - Facebook – Tumblr - Twitter
    • JING! Satisficing VS Perfection
    • ON THE MOVE:TABLETS AND SMART PHONES
    • VIMEO AT UWT:CREATING, HOSTING, STORING NEW MEDIA
    • LEVERAGING THE CLOUD• TED• Khan• YouTube• Common Craft
    • ONLINE “JOB AIDS” Knowledge Management ModelTool Boxes:Teaching Toolkit: http://tinyurl.com/uwttkitFacilitation tools/Group Work: http://tinyurl.com/uwtfkit
    • DEVELOPMENT AS-NEEDEDFaculty Development for the Individual PersonTeaching PortfoliosTenure ProcessDiversity TrainingNew Faculty OrientationsLecturer TrainingGraduate Teaching Training
    • SERVICE TO REQUIRED CHANGE“Tradition is the enemy, innovation is our ally.”--HE InnovationSummit 2012Ending filiopietism(excessive veneration of tradition)
    • MAKING IT FUN• PECHA KUCHA• IGNITE!• UNCONFERENCE
    • THANK YOU!Colleen Carmean Beckie EtheridgeAssistant Chancellor for Director, Teaching & Learning CenterLearning Technologiescarmean@uw.edu beckie@uw.edu University of Washington Tacoma