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Kevin Forgard – Instructional Designer, Title III
Donald Kilguss – Associate Professor of History
Jacci Barry - Associate Professor of Reading and ESL

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  • Kevin – this is what you hope to take away from
  • I have something better I’ll work on
  • This slide make what a toolkit is and the work outline more tangible than just the word cloud I think we really need this to clarify the toolkit and most importantly what we are going to be talking about ANDWhat we are asking participant to do!Reassess
  • NEED – list of outcomesActivity 1 – Give example outcomes (5 or 6 outcomes choose from across the curriculum). Elicit responses. (goal: emulate our process. “We just want you to have a sense for the type of thinking and type of work we went through in creating the Toolkits.”)Participants review each outcome Ask to evaluate the outcomes (how would you rate these?)How would you teach (prepare instruction) this outcome?How would you measure this outcome? Goal: Create measureable and accessible set of objectives, instruction, and assessment
  • Don -
  • Don: the debate in the creative processDebate through collaborative technologies
  • The process and rewards – DonFIX THIS
  • Jacci:FOCUS: FacultyOld Text:Functions as both new faculty resources and inspirationSeasoned facultyRevisit course designIntegrate new technologies and instructional methodsRethink alternate assessment possibilities Student learning effectiveness JacciWho has access and what function it has for them New Facutly How we use the TK
  • FOCUS: Engage studentsPDF resources/ in-class activities ( group or pair work…)/ power point presentationsUse of web tools….turn Students on to online free tools…turn students on with modalities that engagehttp://groups.diigo.com/group/bcc_connected-collegeSpeak on Student survey results….% tried & loved tools….% who wanted to learn about other toolsUse of tools…. Students love Quizlet… word gets around….Observe …student engagement/doing HW/passing the wordJacci – open an example
  • 70-80% students said liked being exposed & would like to learn more online resources65 % will continue to use resources presentedWord of mouth….. I get it now… alternate mode for comprehension/thinking & processing info intellectually & kinestheticallyDeaf ODS student support alternate mode of presentation f/ Lg styles & engaging activity for deeper Lg & critical thinking
  • List benefits give audience a platform All speak – ask audience to create list – write down
  • Ongoing ActivitiesMonitoring usage patterns Toolkit evaluation and assessmentContinued DevelopmentAdding a sample course space for elearningSample course of instructional materialsIncreasing interactivity- user interface Focus on faculty engagement

Innovations 2012 Presentation: Teamwork: The Key to Faculty Engagement in Course Innovations 2012 Presentation: Teamwork: The Key to Faculty Engagement in Course Presentation Transcript

  • Teamwork: The Key to FacultyEngagement in Course Redesign Innovations Conference 2012 March 6, 2012
  • Session Presenters Student Learning Outcomes Learning Objectives Kevin Forgard – Instructional Designer, Title IIIInstructional Approaches Donald Kilguss – Associate Professor of Assessment Strategies History Jacci Barry - Associate Professor of Reading and Support Resources ESL
  • Our Session’s Objectives Student Learning Outcomes To introduce the group to our process of: Learning Objectives Developing and reassessing course outcomes Developing methods to meet outcomesInstructional Approaches Identifying additional resources To engage the group in analyzing our project’s challenges and successes. Assessment Strategies Support Resources We hope you will leave this session with an understanding of how to adapt and implement a similar process at your institution.
  • The Connected College A Title III Funded Grant Initiative ConnectedConnected Learning Support Student Targeted advisingCourse Design SuccessToolkits Education plansSupport Technologies Focus on first-year experienceFaculty ProfessionalDevelopment
  • So, what is a Course Design Toolkit? Student Learning Outcomes Course Learning Objectives Design Instructional Approaches Toolkits Assessment (CDTK) Strategies Support Resources
  • CDTK – A Closer LookStudentLearningOutcomes Learning Instructiona Objective l s Approache s Support Assessme Resource nt s Strategies
  • How would you rate 1 the outcomes?Activity : What instruction supportsExampleOutcome 2 the outcomes? s 3 How would you measure the outcomes? Take Five Minutes Please
  • A view from the trenches Collegiality Student Learning Outcomes Learning Objectives CDTK Instructional Approaches Assessment Strategies Support ResourcesImage from Library of Congress: http://lcweb2.loc.gov/service/pnp/ggbain/24200/24280v.jpg
  • Debate through collaborative technologies Student Learning Outcomes Learning Objectives CDTK Instructional Approaches Assessment Strategies Support Resources
  • Design and Development: Toolkit Design ProcessDeveloping and identifying instructional resource Integrated Design Teams Student Learning Outcomes Bloom = 4-letter Student Learning Outcomes Learning Objectives word CDTK Instructional Approaches Assessment Strategies Support Resources
  • A Toolkit in Use: RDG 090 New Faculty Student Learning Outcomes Experienced Learning Objectives Faculty Revisit CourseInstructional Approaches Design Student Learning Effectiveness Assessment Strategies Support Resources Integrate new technologies Integrate new resources
  • CDTK as a Buffet of Resources iPadSupportResources
  • Feedback • New Hire Faculty • Seasoned • Survey Students • Water Fountain • Alternate modes for learningEngagement • Promote deeper thinking
  • Project Expected Benefits Challenges• Build collegial relationships• Enhance teaching process• Promote engaged learning to enhance student learning outcomes (SLO) Activity• Cohesion between : identical course sections• Create teaching and learning communities
  • The Future: Toolkit use and redesign
  • Contact InformationHow Kevin Forgard – Project Instructional Designer kevin.forgard@bristolcc.edu Don Kilguss – Associate Professor of What History Donald.Kilguss@bristolcc.edu Jacci Barry – Associate Professor of Reading and ESL – Jacqueline.Barry@bristolcc.eduHow? Slides available at: