Teaching Portfolio Divider - Online / Hybrid Courses

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"Effective Teaching Online" Course with Rigorous Curriculum - Utilized end product of Moodle Course Design in alternative format by inactivating content, such as Syllabus, Discussion Posts, and Assessments to alter it for use in Workshops conducted on Pine Technical College and Anoka-Ramsey Community College, Cambridge campuses.

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Teaching Portfolio Divider - Online / Hybrid Courses

  1. 1. Jessica Ayub | Post-Secondary Teaching Portfolio | 763-248-0854 Section Divisions Portfolio Section 4 – Effective Teaching Online Course Within Section Instructional Design in Online Course Management System (CMS), with "Effective Teaching Online" Class Online Teaching Course Created course on topic, 'Social Media in Job Search' and personal branding, built in Moodle 1.0. The original Syllabus for this online class was altered to a longer timeline and additional Job Seeking component assignments added to build a 2 or 3 credit course set up for hybrid instructional delivery. (See Section 3 for revised Syllabus). In addition to creating discussion posts, an assessment, and a class survey, also designed HTML web pages for the bio and embedded resource content (video, articles, etc.) specific to a discussion assignment. Developed a culminating LinkedIn Wiki project. Professor’s Syllabus Workshop Schedule at ARCC & PTC Campuses Utilizing CMS Moodle CMS Print Outs of Course Content About Instructor Bio Course Flow Model Embedded some HTML code for Web 2.0 tools like self-recorded Jing Screencast demonstrating use of the class CMS and embedded 50+ externally-produced media with videoclips (generally 1-10 min each), tutorials, podcasts, and infographics. Podcast Sample In addition to course design as final project, this rigorous course by Dr. Robert Kistler included intensive reading schedule, plus 3 times weekly discussion postings related to pedagogy, accessibility, and online teaching. Instruction in Web 2.0 and other technology content, with copyright guidelines and accessibility considerations covered in-depth. Rubrics / Discussion Instructions Modules Forum Assignments Wiki Final Project Assignment Assessment Class Survey based on Objectives

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