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Sloan 2007 Distance Learning Conference, Jeff Kissinger Training Faculty for Mobile Course Development

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    • Training Faculty for Mobile Course Development and Instruction Jeff Kissinger jkissing@fccj.edu 1
    • Background • National Guard • PDA • Army: 100% portability • deliver distance college courses w/o connectivity • same academic rigor • motivating & engaging learner experience 2
    • Year One Courses • • English Composition I Spanish I • • Introduction to Criminal Justice Earth Space Science • • College Algebra Computer Applications 3
    • Learner Population • deployed • minimal space • access to minimal technology [need for all-in-one device] • minimal or no connectivity • motivation 4
    • Challenges • what is the best device for the learner population? • supporting the disconnected learner • motivating the disconnected learner • instructional feedback • training faculty: media development [Moodle, Elluminate] • mobile learner framework--- 5
    • mobile learning theoretical framework learner self learner motivation centered directed motivation isolation Situated higher order learning learning correspondence absent? courses Social mobile constructivist technology learner self-efficacy learning motivation pedagogical performance instructional tracking agents [scorm] multimedia higher order learning surrogate motivation engagement affective 6
    • Technology Considered • laptops and CD media • PDAs and iPods • flash drives 7
    • Pepper Pad 8
    • Pepper Pad Interface 9
    • UMPC Reworked Interface 10
    • training plan december 2006 Training Trainer Method Timeline Cost Learning Outcomes ID for self-directed and Sebastian Foti Workshop, Elluminate, and TBD [complete TBD [500.00] By the end of this training, participants will be able to: paced content & Moodle by Dec 29th] instruction • Apply research-based motivational techniques in course development, learning activities, and assessment • Apply motivation research & best practices to media development • Acquire best practices based on learning and motivation research to promote effective instructional practices in a distributed and untethered distance course delivery model. • Become proficient at creating instructional media using iMovie Apple & FCCJ Workshop, Elluminate, and TBD [complete None Staff Moodle by Dec 29th] iMovie • Become proficient at creating instructional media using Garage Band Pod-casting Apple & FCCJ Workshop, Elluminate, and TBD [complete None Staff Moodle by Dec 29th] Garage band Applying Motivational Bill Ganza Online Asynchronous Nov 12-Dec None By the end of this training, participants will be able to: Research to Create through Blackboard 30th Optimum Learning • Identify the factors that make up what we call motivation Environments • Define motivation and its related components • Explore motivation theory through a real-life case example • Identify the research trends regarding motivation research • Identify the major theoretical approaches to the study of motivation • Apply the research in various fields such as education, business, and marketing • Design self-regulatory strategies that will aid learners in developing self-motivation LMS Demonstrated Staff FCCU Online Asynchronous None By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to: Competency or prior through Blackboard • use common Blackboard features to: post an online syllabus training [BlackBoard] and assignments; interact via discussion board; develop quizzes; and manage grade books; • use the tools to enhance interactivity such as teams and collaboration • understand the experience of a course management system from both the student and instructor perspective; • convert existing content for display in Blackboard • use the communication and course management tools 11
    • challenges for faculty • short time frame • new course concept • distributed team • required moderate media skills • required excellent team skills • experienced with DL 12
    • lessons learned year one... • focus on instructional quality • speaking skills essential • tighter design guides • auditions via YouTube • media heavy courses • utilize cross-departmental QA process/ team 13
    • Building on Situational Learning Theory 14
    • Outcomes • most did well, 75% media was used • some were quite prolific... • most needed scaffolding and support initially • some were self sufficient [ENC1101 & GLY1001] the entire time • some drove to Florida... 15
    • Future • iPhone/iTouch • OLPC • Classmate PC • Offline LMS • Generalize to non- military populations 16
    • Thank You! Please contact me for ideas and questions jkissing@fccj.edu office 904.632.5052 mobile 904.485.0653 Jeff Kissinger Director Emergent Development Florida Community College 17