Implications of Delivery Mode for Outcomes-Based FYC

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Presents preliminary findings of a study comparing hybrid/blended and face-to-face delivery modes of a FYC course. Includes responses from teacher interviews and student perception surveys.

Presents preliminary findings of a study comparing hybrid/blended and face-to-face delivery modes of a FYC course. Includes responses from teacher interviews and student perception surveys.

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  • 1. Implications ofDeliveryMode Chris Friend (@chris_friend) University offor Outcomes-Based FYC Central Florida
  • 2. Study Components• Student-perception surveys• Teacher & student interviews• Portfolio assessment (not yet complete)
  • 3. 2Instructors took two distinct approaches to creating their hybrid courses.
  • 4. #1 “I’m going to transfer my f2f content into my M classes.”
  • 5. “The techniques I use to [helpstudents learn the outcomes] are being compromised online.”
  • 6. #2 “I made a blog for blended; I’ll use it for my f2f, too.”
  • 7. “They are going tobenefit from blogging in the face-to-face class”
  • 8. Student Voices • Opportunity • Timeliness
  • 9. WAW Course Outcomes
  • 10. Revision Strategies (Semester Start) M f2f 91%Proofread for errors (like grammar/spelling) 89% 74% Rewrite sentences 83% 81% Brainstorm 72% 65% Ask others for help/comments 62% 65% Revise for content (like ideas) 61% 56% Outline 55%
  • 11. 56% Outline Revision Strategies 55% 52% Plan in advance 55% (Semester Start) M 52% Write a rough draft in advance f2f 51% 44% Freewrite 38% 37% Rewrite entire ¶s 40% 33% Conduct outside research 34% 24% Write a draft at the last minute 32% 28%Write a near-final draft in advance 23% 0% 25.00% 50.00% 75.00% 100.00%
  • 12. Revision Strategies (Semester End) M f2f 92%Proofread for errors (like grammar/spelling) 91% 88% Rewrite sentences 91% 75% Revise for content (like ideas) 79% Were Brainstorm 75% 65% & 61% 71% 63% Freewrite Were 48% 65% & 62% 58% Ask others for help/comments 59%
  • 13. “No Benefit in Revision” 90 68 45 F2F Semester Start M Semester Start 23 0 90 68 45 F2F Semester End M Semester End 23 0Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
  • 14. Writing is Collaborative 65 43F2F Semester StartM Semester Start 22 0 65 43F2F Semester EndM Semester End 22 0 Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
  • 15. Uses >1 Draft 30 M Semester Start F2F Semester Start M Semester End F2F Semester End 23 15 8 0Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
  • 16. Rules Dictate “Errors” M Semester Start F2F Semester Start M Semester End F2F Semester End 30 40 23 30 15 20 8 10 0 0Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
  • 17. Prior Exp: Rhetoric & Purpose M Semester Start F2F Semester Start M Semester End F2F Semester End 20 40 15 30 10 20 5 10 0 0Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
  • 18. WHY?
  • 19. In Florida, students arerequired to take at least one online course before high- school graduation. Students bring familiarity with online and in-class learning, but have neverexperienced a hybrid course. ≤1 online class before graduation
  • 20. How Students Choose• Institutions say: • Students say: 1. Independence 1. Days of the week 2. Learning style 2. Teacher 3. Reading ability 3. Strength in subject
  • 21. Student Advice• Flexibility• Responsibility• Personal
  • 22. Conclusions
  • 23. Institutions• Students: What is blended?• Instructors: Blended ≠ in-person• Use new methods/approaches
  • 24. Teachers• Show the tech• Make predictable schedule • Use routine • Include flexibility• Provide deadlines
  • 25. Students• Delivery mode > days/times• Choose based on strengths
  • 26. Thank you.Christopher R. Friend @chris_friend friend@ucf.edu
  • 27. Gratitude: Visual Credits• Title image from Phil’s • Excited guy courtesy of 1stPix on Flickr Microsoft• Logo from United Parcel • String phone from Florian Service altered and used SEROUSSI on Flickr without permission. Oops.• Landing strip from mf.lane • Checklist courtesy of Microsoft on Flickr• Forklift from moriza on Flickr • Urinals by stungeye on Flickr• Scream at laptop courtesy of • Newhart’s advice by Digital Sextant on Flickr Microsoft• Baton handoff from • Racing snail from ....Tim on Flickr tableatny on Flickr