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Tackling Balance Online
Tackling Balance Online
Tackling Balance Online
Tackling Balance Online
Tackling Balance Online
Tackling Balance Online
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Tackling Balance Online

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    • 1. Tackling Balance Online Setting the Context
    • 2. Finding a Framework
      • Collins and Barge describe an online instructors role as pedagogical, social, managerial and technical.
      • Youngblood, Trede & diCorpo propose “setting the scene, monitoring participation, facilitating critical thinking and encouraging student collaboration” as the main roles.
    • 3. Finding a Framework
      • An online instructor is planner, model, coach, facilitator and communicator (Heur and King 2004).
      • We had to find a conceptual framework within which to examine strategies – or, more simply, strategies for what?
    • 4. Pennslyvania State Report
      • Authoring Strategies
      • Teaching Strategies
      • Course Improvement & Revision Strategies
      • Institutional Strategies
    • 5. Two Strategies
      • How can these strategies make it easier for instructors to manage in high volume classes?
      • Authoring – before the course goes live.
      • Teaching - during the course.
    • 6. Now what….
      • We wanted to explore how wikis could be used as a team project within a course.
        • Does setting up a webpage constitute a gradable assignment?
        • Is designing and populating a webpage a real learning experience for a team?
        • How difficult or easy is it to actually accomplish?
    • 7. We wonder what will happen….
      • Will people jump in and start to write?
      • Do we have enough structure in place to encourage participation?
      • What more can we add to entice collaborative work?
      • Will people have as much fun as us?
    • 8. What we hope will happen
      • Each team will post information about managing online teaching on their wiki page.
      • People will experiment with different layouts, colours and types of information.
      • We will all learn more about teaching on line and about how wikis work.
    • 9. Web 2.0 Work-Life Balance
      • ENJOY !
      • Gerry & Liz

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