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Impact of required faculty development and training on student retention in the online classroom. Linda C. Morosko, eStarkState, Stark State College. ...

Impact of required faculty development and training on student retention in the online classroom. Linda C. Morosko, eStarkState, Stark State College.

Phenomenal growth in online learning has caused Stark State College to examine faculty preparation to teach online. Instituting required faculty training for anyone teaching online courses became a requirement fall 2008. By training faculty in online learning best practices, we hope to improve retention and persistence in online classes.

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    • Impact of required faculty development and training on student retention in the online classroom
      Linda C. Morosko, Director
      Stark State College
      www.starkstate.edu/elearning
      330.494.6170 x-4973 lmorosko@starkstate.edu
    • Objectives
      History and Growth
      Challenges
      Solutions
      Required Training Courses
    • History
      1999 – Title III Grant
      Started e-Learning
      2000
      • Purchased LMS
      2005
      Hired first director
      Formed E-Learning Task Force
      2007
      Received Blanket approval from the HLC to offer online courses
      Expanded department
    • Growth
    • Growth
    • Growth
      New Courses
      Enrollment
      Faculty
    • Preparation
      Training
      Orientation
    • Quality
      Courses
      Faculty
    • Solution
      Task Force Creation
      Policy changes
      Required student orientation
      Required faculty training
    • Required Faculty Training Courses
      ANGEL Training
      LMS Training Course
      Online and F2F
      Faculty Online Delivery Basics
      Provide faculty with online course experience
      Best practices of teaching online
    • Current Results
      Training Classes
      ANGEL F2F: 324
      ANGEL Online: 76
      Delivery: 34
      Retention /Pass rates:
      Fall 2008 80%/81%
      Spring 2009 82%/81%