Helen Pokorny – Federica
Oradini
The teacher as learner:
exploring the creative
potential of online
professional developme...
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ASSESSING THE
IMPACT
2
• Pedagogic thinking
• Teaching Practice
• Use of Technology
• Satisfaction ...
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PEDAGOGIC THINKING3
The course
developed or
changed my
conceptions of
teaching towards
a student fo...
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PEDAGOGIC THINKING4
So it made me slow down. It
made me think very
selectively about what I was
doi...
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TEACHING PRACTICE5
High/Very
High
84.1%
Neutral
6%
Low/Very Low
9.1 %
How would
you rate the
impact...
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TEACHING PRACTICE6
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TEACHING PRACTICE7
I now design in interactive
activities for students to do
in lectures at regular...
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USE OF TECHNOLOGY8
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USE OF TECHNOLOGY9
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USE OF
TECHNOLOGY
10
I use online-based activities to
support full-time students. I’ve
tried flippe...
PARTICIPANTS’
RESPONSES TO ONLINE
DELIVERY
11
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IMPACT OF ONLINE DELIVERY
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IMPACT OF ONLINE
DELIVERY
13
Regularly /
Semi -
regularly
59.3%
Never /
Infrequently
40.3% Regularl...
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IMPACT OF ONLINE
DELIVERY
14
Very
Comfortable/
Comfortable
75%
Uncomfortable
/ Did not share
25%
Ho...
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MAPPING OF ONLINE
ENGAGEMENT
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MAPPING OF ONLINE
ENGAGEMENT
MAPPING OF ONLINE
ENGAGEMENT
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MAPPING OF ONLINE
ENGAGEMENT
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PEDAGOGIC THINKING19
Satisfied/
Strongly
satisfied 85.3%
Neutral
5.9%
Dissatisfied/
Strongly
dissat...
Online professional
development is a great
idea!
Helen Pokorny (h.pokorny@westminster.ac.uk)
Federica Oradini (f.oradini@w...
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This session will focus on an online Postgraduate Certificate qualification for Higher Education teachers. Our data is drawn from an evaluation survey. We will share the impact of the course on teachers'…

• Pedagogic thinking
• Teaching practice
• Use of technology
…and participants' responses to the online delivery.

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The teacher as learner: exploring the creative potential of online professional development.

  1. 1. Helen Pokorny – Federica Oradini The teacher as learner: exploring the creative potential of online professional development.
  2. 2. 1514131211109876543210 ASSESSING THE IMPACT 2 • Pedagogic thinking • Teaching Practice • Use of Technology • Satisfaction with the course
  3. 3. 1514131211109876543210 PEDAGOGIC THINKING3 The course developed or changed my conceptions of teaching towards a student focus approach.
  4. 4. 1514131211109876543210 PEDAGOGIC THINKING4 So it made me slow down. It made me think very selectively about what I was doing… I think that’s the biggest thing. More than content, it was about the methods I used.
  5. 5. 1514131211109876543210 TEACHING PRACTICE5 High/Very High 84.1% Neutral 6% Low/Very Low 9.1 % How would you rate the impact of the course on your teaching practice?
  6. 6. 1514131211109876543210 TEACHING PRACTICE6
  7. 7. 1514131211109876543210 TEACHING PRACTICE7 I now design in interactive activities for students to do in lectures at regular intervals, based on them doing things related to the learning outcomes.
  8. 8. 1514131211109876543210 USE OF TECHNOLOGY8
  9. 9. 1514131211109876543210 USE OF TECHNOLOGY9
  10. 10. 1514131211109876543210 USE OF TECHNOLOGY 10 I use online-based activities to support full-time students. I’ve tried flipped classroom by posting tasks on the VLE and letting students have access and time to reflect on their contribution before lesson sessions.
  11. 11. PARTICIPANTS’ RESPONSES TO ONLINE DELIVERY 11 1514131211109876543210
  12. 12. 1514131211109876543210 12 IMPACT OF ONLINE DELIVERY
  13. 13. 1514131211109876543210 IMPACT OF ONLINE DELIVERY 13 Regularly / Semi - regularly 59.3% Never / Infrequently 40.3% Regularly / Semi - regularly 87.5% Never / Infrequently 12.5% How much did you participate in these online activities? Post to forums Read forum-
  14. 14. 1514131211109876543210 IMPACT OF ONLINE DELIVERY 14 Very Comfortable/ Comfortable 75% Uncomfortable / Did not share 25% How did you feel when sharing your own teaching ideas/ challenges online?
  15. 15. 1514131211109876543210 15 MAPPING OF ONLINE ENGAGEMENT
  16. 16. 1514131211109876543210 16 MAPPING OF ONLINE ENGAGEMENT
  17. 17. MAPPING OF ONLINE ENGAGEMENT 1514131211109876543210
  18. 18. MAPPING OF ONLINE ENGAGEMENT 1514131211109876543210
  19. 19. 1514131211109876543210 PEDAGOGIC THINKING19 Satisfied/ Strongly satisfied 85.3% Neutral 5.9% Dissatisfied/ Strongly dissatisfied 8.8 % How would you rate the your experience of the course overall?
  20. 20. Online professional development is a great idea! Helen Pokorny (h.pokorny@westminster.ac.uk) Federica Oradini (f.oradini@westminster.ac.uk) Ana E. Carballo (a.carballo2@westminster.ac.uk)

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