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  • From Face-to-Face to Blended to Fully Online: The Story of Psych 101 Mark A. Laumakis, Ph.D. Lecturer, Department of Psychology Faculty in Residence, Instructional Technology Services [email_address]
  • May 2005: Face-to-Face
    • Goal: increase active learning
    • Tools to achieve this goal
      • In class : clickers
      • Outside of class : Discussion Board
  • Clicker Activities
    • Eventually expanded from just ConceptCheck questions to include:
      • Attendance
      • Demonstrations
      • Anonymous polling
      • Predicting outcomes
      • Peer instruction (Mazur)
  • Evaluating the Face-to-Face Class
    • Evaluated Fall 2005 innovations via the Student Assessment of Learning Gains (SALG)
    • How much did the following aspects of the class help your learning?
    • Rated from 1 (no help) to 5 (great help)
  • SALG Data
    • What did the data show?
    3.1 2.9 Discussion Boards 4.1 4.1 ConceptCheck Questions TTH Section MWF Section Question
  • Fall 2006: Blended Learning Evaluation Toolkit
    • Week 7 “How’s It Going?” Online Survey
    • In-class Observations
    • IDEA Diagnostic Survey
    • Student Focus Groups
    • Departmental Course Evaluations
    • Course Grades
  • Blended Learning: IDEA Diagnostic Survey Data Note: Top 10% = 63 or more 62 65 70 Fall 2006 Blended 72 68 73 Fall 2006 Traditional 71 73 Excellent course 68 69 Excellent teacher 77 77 Progress on objectives Spring 2007 Traditional Spring 2007 Blended
  • Blended Learning: Course Grades (Fall 2006)
  • Blended Learning : Course Grades (Spring 2007)
  • Blended Learning : Course Grades (Fall 2007)
  • Blended Learning : Course Grades (Spring 2008)
  • Blended Learning: Course Grade Summary Data
  • Summer 2008 Fully Online: SALG Data
    • How much did the following aspects of the class help your learning?
    • Rated from 1 (no help) to 5 (great help)
  • Summer 2008 Fully Online: SALG Data 4.26 3.90 3.94 3.48 3.41 Quality of contact with the teacher 3.82 3.39 3.31 3.22 3.12 Working with peers outside of class/online 4.44 4.50 4.15 Archives of live online class sessions 4.36 4.01 4.10 4.04 3.96 Questions, answers, and discussions in class Fall 2007 F2F 4.20 Spring 2008 Blended Spring 2008 F2F 4.15 3.39 Live online class sessions Summer 2008 Online Fall 2007 Blended Question
  • Summer 2008 Fully Online: SALG Data 4.50 Introduction e-mail that explained the basics of the course 4.27 Taking the test online 3.00 Discussion Forums Summer 2008 Online Question
  • Summer 2008: Course Grades
  • Summer 2008: Community of Inquiry Survey
    • Statements rated from 1 (strongly disagree) to 5 (strongly agree)
    • Based on the Community of Inquiry framework’s three elements:
    • Social Presence
    • Cognitive Presence
    • Teaching Presence
    • http://communitiesofinquiry.com
  • Community of Inquiry Model
  • Summer 2008: Community of Inquiry Survey 4.09 Integration 3.56 Affective Expression Student Ratings CoI Dimension 4.23 Direct Instruction 4.38 Facilitation 4.50 Design and Organization 4.38 Teaching Presence 4.10 Resolution 3.73 Exploration 3.91 Triggering Event 3.96 Cognitive Presence 3.97 Group Cohesion 4.29 Open Communication 3.94 Social Presence