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Reviews insights gathered from students and teachers working on f2f and hybrid versions of an outcomes-based first-year composition program at a large research university. Proposes an approach for ...

Reviews insights gathered from students and teachers working on f2f and hybrid versions of an outcomes-based first-year composition program at a large research university. Proposes an approach for directed self-placement that draws from student experiences and awareness, balancing them with teacher expectations for the courses.

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Managing Expectations: Directed Self-Placement for In-Person or Online Courses Managing Expectations: Directed Self-Placement for In-Person or Online Courses Presentation Transcript

  • Managing ExpectationsChris Friend (@chris_friend)University of Central Florida
  • Courses in the 2000sOnline: Exciting Hybrid: Effective
  • Online courses started theconversation; hybrids won support from research.Practice has not caught up. View slide
  • New Laws View slide
  • Florida’s high-school students are required to take one fully onlinecourse before graduation.
  • Meet theMOOC
  • MOOCs are newsworthy but uncommon for traditional students.
  • Course Registration
  • Course Registration
  • Course Registration
  • Students use scheduleand instructor reviews to choose classes.
  • The Disparity Teachers Students Desired class “meetings” weekly deadlines Flexibility Needed converted direct assistance Guidance instruction Source of learning styles content typesPreparedness
  • Student/teacher expectations for onlinecourses differ drastically. FYC students have no experience with hybrid courses…
  • Course Content Humanities Sciences processing/writing objective Online time assessments idea complexity/Face-to-Face procedural tasks conversation
  • …however, students know what works forthem online. We should use that knowledge to help inform DSP.
  • Student Needs✤ More than an M✤ Guidance on Variation ✤ scheduling (by definition) ✤ content types (by student) ✤ teaching styles (by instructor)
  • Directed Self-PlacementFace-to-Face Online Hybrid Hard Sciences Humanities Scheduling vs Independence
  • Chris Friend Twitter: @chris_friend Email: friend@ucf.eduT hank you.
  • Gratitude: Visual Credits ✤ Stormtrooper images from JD Hancock on Flickr:✤ Color scheme (You are beautiful) by ✤ Ill-Gotten (title slide image) Sanguine on colourlovers ✤ Invasion: Texas! (capitol building) ✤ The Dark Storm (Batman hybrid)✤ “Cave troll contemplates God, financial accounting” by Kevin ✤ The Death Star plans are not in Dooley on Flickr; used by Jesse the main computer (online Stommel for MOOC MOOC learning) ✤ Imperial Art Appreciation: Black (Thank you sign)