6X simple steps 5to better online    courses
Good practice in undergraduate online education:•   encourages contacts between students and faculty•   develops reciproci...
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Step 2: PlanLearning               Assessments   Activities   FeedbackoutcomesTechnologies        Time        Skills    Su...
Step 3: Design
Step 4: Be interactive
Step 4: Be interactive           Use the           random           glossary block           to have a           changing ...
Step 4: Be interactive               Use the quiz               results               function to               display ‘b...
Step 4: Be interactive Use the lesson function to increase studentchoice, improve layout and create conditional           ...
Step 4: Be interactiveWork smarter with PowerPoint using Captivate or          other elearning softwares
Step 5: Be authentic
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The truth about 6 simple steps…
ReferencesAxmann, M (2007) Project student rescue: Online learning facilitation in higher education to improve retention r...
5 simple steps to better online courses
5 simple steps to better online courses
5 simple steps to better online courses
5 simple steps to better online courses
5 simple steps to better online courses
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5 simple steps to better online courses

  1. 1. 6X simple steps 5to better online courses
  2. 2. Good practice in undergraduate online education:• encourages contacts between students and faculty• develops reciprocity and cooperation among students• uses active learning techniques• gives prompt feedback• emphasizes time on task• communicates high expectations• respects diverse talents and ways of learning. Chickering, A., & Ehrmann, S.C., (1996).
  3. 3. the world! I’m the king ofGartner’s hype cycle http://ukcle.typepad.com/digital_directions/2010/09/hype-cycle-for-education-2010.html Step 1: Know why you’re going online
  4. 4. Step 2: PlanLearning Assessments Activities FeedbackoutcomesTechnologies Time Skills Support
  5. 5. Step 3: Design
  6. 6. Step 4: Be interactive
  7. 7. Step 4: Be interactive Use the random glossary block to have a changing display of facts
  8. 8. Step 4: Be interactive Use the quiz results function to display ‘best scores’
  9. 9. Step 4: Be interactive Use the lesson function to increase studentchoice, improve layout and create conditional activities
  10. 10. Step 4: Be interactiveWork smarter with PowerPoint using Captivate or other elearning softwares
  11. 11. Step 5: Be authentic
  12. 12. http://puterilearningjournal.blogspot.com/2010_09_01_archive.html Step 6: Watch, listen and learn!
  13. 13. The truth about 6 simple steps…
  14. 14. ReferencesAxmann, M (2007) Project student rescue: Online learning facilitation in higher education to improve retention rates for students. In E.McKay (Ed.), Enhancing learning through human computer interaction (pp.43-56). IDEA Group: HersheyBlin, F. & Munro, M. (2008). Why hasn’t technology disrupted academics’ teaching practices? Understanding resistance to change throughthe lens of activity theory. Computers & Education 50 (2), 475-490Chickering, A., & Ehrmann, S.C., (1996). Implementing the Seven Principles: Technology as Lever. AAHE Bulletin, October, 3-6.Dougiamas, M. (n.d.). Pedagogy. Retrieved November 24, 2009, from Moodle.org: www.moodle.orgGilbert, C. (2009). The annual report of Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Education, Children’s services and skills 2008/09. Ofsted: LondonDougiamas, M. (2002). Interpretive analysis of an internet-based course. Research and Development in Higher Education: QualityConversations. Perth: HERDSA.Means, B., Toyama, Y., Murphy, R., Bakia, M., & Jones, K. (2009). Evaluation of Evidence-Based Practices in Online Learning: A Meta-Analysisand Review of Online Learning Studies. Washington: U.S. Department of Education.Rice, W. (2010). Moodle 1.9 Teaching Techniques. Birmingham: Packt.Rogers, Carl R. (1986). Carl Rogers on the Development of the Person-Centered Approach. Person-Centered Review, 1 (3), 257-259Singh, H. (2003). Building Effective Blended Learning Programs. Educational Technology, 51-54.Slater, N. (2008). A learning environment needs to be flexible and adaptable, so that it can quickly respond to the needs of the participantswithin it. Educause, 9-12.

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