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Higher ed online moving from learning to performance

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Presented at the eLearning Guild's Learning Solutions Conference, March 19, 2014, in Orlando, FL.

Presented at the eLearning Guild's Learning Solutions Conference, March 19, 2014, in Orlando, FL.

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  • 1. NECB eLearning Higher Ed Online: Moving from Learning to Performance
  • 2. • Small, 100% Online Institution • Rich history – Founded 1909 as American Banking Institute • 9 degree programs – 4 undergrad – 5 grad • Over 150 classes
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  • 4. Just because you taught it, doesn’t mean they caught it
  • 5. It’s even worse online
  • 6. Boring content
  • 7. Puts learners to sleep. Where’s the learning?
  • 8. • Collection of dry, boring courses • Off-site & decentralized faculty • Limited resources • Entrenched paradigm • New LMS rolling out
  • 9. As we all know So how do we go from this to this?
  • 10. MEETTHEPIGPILOTS We make pigs fly! Naomi Jean Jason Kara
  • 11. To create courses so good that students talk about them outside of class: – bringing new ideas to the workplace – excited about what they are learning – eager to discover more
  • 12. Start with the Basics of ID Define your problem • Examine “what is” • Define what you want • Identify the gap Know your people GAP What is Goal
  • 13. Traditional Ground/Online College Course Development Dr. Harry’s Version Dr. Gonzales’ Version Dr. Augmendson’s Version Bioethics101 “Everyone did what was right in his own eyes…..” Bible. English Standard Version. (2011)..Judges 21:25b
  • 14. Master Course Faculty SME Instructional Designer Program Chair NECB’s Best-in-Class Protocols: - eLearning Instructional Design Expertise - Master course strategy - Team approach during design process - Systematic approach and templates Course Design Processes Effective Content Branded Template A cord of three strands is not easily broken. Ecclesiastes 4:12
  • 15. It All Begins with Good Instructional Design What is Design? Providing meaning to a mass of unrelated needs, ideas, words and pictures – it is the designer’s job to select and fit this material together and make it interesting. -Paul Rand
  • 16. Plan Design Develop Evaluate Phase1:Planning
  • 17. “At the end of this course, what should students be able to know and do?” Begin with the end in mind.
  • 18. Always Align with Goal Explicit outcomes ensure students KNOW & DO
  • 19. Planned, Aligned Assessment Demonstrates students KNOW & CAN DO
  • 20. Assessment Must Be Authentic At the end of this course, students will be able to read and analyze a balance sheet and make recommendations for appropriate actions.
  • 21. Phase2:Design Plan Design Develop Evaluate
  • 22. Know Your People Design for the Working Adult Why does this matter to me?
  • 23. • Apply multiple methods of instruction to connect curricular concepts to useful knowledge and skills • Collaboration Tools to encourage student, group, and faculty interaction • Utilize technology to provide relevant and timely information and to enhance the learning experience Apply methods that work!
  • 24. NECB Best-in-Class Protocols Multiple Methods LearnIt Reading Lecture Video Prezi Podcasts Research DiscussIt Peer & Professor interaction Share a story Locate an example Invite a guest ApplyIt Write a paper Solve a problem Create a puzzle Design an infographic Complete a project Make a mindmap
  • 25. Encourage Collaboration
  • 26. Incorporate Labs & Simulations
  • 27. Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy Pyramid Continue to Leverage More Web 2.0 Technologies
  • 28. Implement Technology Advances https://necb.instructure.com/courses/1100113/discussion_topics/2339772?module_item_id=9108767
  • 29. AsynchronousSolutions • One-Stop Shop • Needs-based discussion boards • Current announcements • Article feeds • Cloud storage of files Student Resource Center Faculty Commons
  • 30. • 100% remote • Contractors • Varying skill level • No formal training
  • 31. To engage faculty with things that matter: – bringing new ideas to the workplace – excited about what they are learning – eager to discover more – make the student experience valuable – provide just in time solutions
  • 32. SynchronousSolutions • Humanized Webinars – Pictures Connected People – Encourage Video Feedback • Content that Matters – Using LMS – Engaging in Discussion – Library Updates • Breakout Groups • Call for Needs • Varied Presenters
  • 33. Faculty Open Forum
  • 34. Did We Meet Our Goal? “At the end of this course, what should students be able to know and do?” Do they know it? Can they do it?
  • 35. StudentView
  • 36. Lessons Learned • People resist change • Ownership is fuzzy • Provide things to drive them to the CoP • Never, never, never give up
  • 37. In the inestimable wisdom of the musical philosopher, Miles Davis, So what?
  • 38. Takeaways • Evaluate stakeholders according to their needs. • Provide options for transfer of learning • Help them DO not just know
  • 39. To say that something is designed means it has intentions that go beyond its function. Otherwise it’s just planning. – Ayse Birsel Jean Marrapodi jean.marrapodi@necb.edu C: 401-440-6165 O: 617-603-6907 T: @jmarrapodi elearning@necb.edu T: @NECBelearning NECB eLearning