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Eld presentation (final)

  1. 1. Big Data Thinking and Learning 3.0 as Guides for Online Textbook Development Ed Nagelhout and Eileen Medinger Emerging Learning Design
  2. 2. Presentation Goals Emerging Learning Design Present a narrative of our process to date • Describe the course • Situate our thinking • Explain our design plans • Articulate our long-term goals Offer our experience Provide possible ideas / strategies / techniques Initiate a conversation
  3. 3. Presentation Outline Emerging Learning Design Block 1: ENG 411B: Principles of Modern Grammar Discussion Block 2: Improving Learning in This Course Discussion Block 3: Planning, Collaborating, and Revising Discussion Conclusions and Long-Term Planning Final Comments/Questions
  4. 4. ENG 411B: Principles of Modern Grammar edes366fall11.pbworks.com Promote “Learning How” and “Learning Why” in a Collaborative Learning Environment
  5. 5. Coherence and Consistency http://www.serpinstitute.org/2013/serp-press/november-2011/internal-coherence-website-nears-completion/
  6. 6. Integrate Assessment Throughout All Sections Each Semester and Over Time www.swap.ac.uk
  7. 7. Course Outcomes Emerging Learning Design By the end of the semester, students will be able to 1) Describe fully English words, phrases, and clauses 2) Analyze a sentence grammatically, including as transformation 3) Discriminate among various types of sentences 4) Make rhetorical choices about sentences and punctuation
  8. 8. Course Workload Emerging Learning Design Workload Based on Five Modules • Quizzes = 8% (8 x 1 pt. each) • Online Exercises = 16% (16 x 1 pt. each) • Homework/In-Class = 6% (6 x 1 pts. each) • Proficiency Practice = 8% (4 x 2 pts. each) • Proficiency WS = 24% (12 x 2 pts. each) • Module Exams = 21% (3 x 7 pts. each) • Final Reflection = 3% (1 x 3 pts. each) • Final Exam = 14% (1 x 14 pts. each)
  9. 9. http://faculty.unlv.edu/nagelhout/ENG411Bs13A/
  10. 10. http://faculty.unlv.edu/nagelhout/ENG411Bs13A/mod1.html
  11. 11. http://faculty.unlv.edu/nagelhout/ENG411Bs12C/index.html
  12. 12. ENG 411B: Principles of Modern Grammar Emerging Learning Design Are there points about the course that need to be clarified? Is there any more information that you need to help you understand the course? How might this course help you think about your plans for designing an online textbook? Questions? Discussion?
  13. 13. http://epubgeneration.weebly.com/learning-analytics.html How can we best understand student learning and pedagogical effectiveness in our course/program?
  14. 14. Learning for All Means Learning for One http://pumr.pascalobservatory.org/pascalnow/pascal-projects/pumr/higher-learning-all
  15. 15. Increase self-directed and non-formal learning activities/opportunities (i.e., independent and lifelong learning) http://www.olecommunity.com/the-power-of-personal-learning-networks-wait-what-is-a-personal-learning-network/
  16. 16. Traditional Database Management Data Compilation Data Visualizations Course and Program Dashboards Adaptive Learning Analytics Social Network Analytics Discourse Analytics
  17. 17. Emerging Learning Design blog.eogn.com Key Features for Our Online Textbook: • Integrate Assessment • Personalize Learning for Students • Provide an Adaptive Learning Environment • Function on Multiple Platforms • Customizable for Individual Teachers • Revisable Each Semester
  18. 18. Emerging Learning Design Improving Learning in ENG 411B Can I clarify my goals for improving the course? Are there features that you would add or that we should consider? How are these goals similar or different from your own? Questions? Discussion?
  19. 19. The OE Team Emerging Learning Design Instructional Designers, Programmers, Artists
  20. 20. Clarifying the Goals and Requirements Emerging Learning Design
  21. 21. Emerging Learning Design Clarifying the Goals and Requirements
  22. 22. Ed’s Awesome Website! Emerging Learning Design
  23. 23. Draft Ideas for Redesign Emerging Learning Design
  24. 24. Emerging Learning Design Draft Ideas for Redesign
  25. 25. Emerging Learning Design Draft Ideas for Redesign
  26. 26. Emerging Learning Design Draft Ideas for Redesign
  27. 27. Flash Development vs. HTML5 and CSS3 Emerging Learning Design
  28. 28. Emerging Learning Design Flash Development vs. HTML5 and CSS3
  29. 29. Emerging Learning Design Planning, Collaborating, and Revising Can I clarify our progress so far? Are there features that you could add or that we should consider? How are these applications similar or different from your own? Questions? Discussion?
  30. 30. Conclusions and Long-Term Planning Emerging Learning Design The project will be developed in phases Initial steps for phase 1: • Conceiving the visual metaphors for concepts • Developing small, focused instructional assets to present/explain/demonstrate each concept, provide opportunities for practice, and assessment • Through these focused assets, provide immediate and specific feedback for students • Gather information about effectiveness of specific learning processes/experiences to benefit instructional practice, asset development, and learning • Provide accessible, meaningful, and timely data
  31. 31. Big Data Thinking and Learning 3.0 as Guides for Online Textbook Development Final Comments or Questions? Or to continue the conversation: ed.nagelhout@unlv.edu eileen.medinger@unlv.edu Emerging Learning Design