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Teaching strategies

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  •        Welcome        Introduce myself by name        Introductions? Depends on how many there? At least ask them a few questions and get them to raise their hand (taught online before, first time, etc…)        Give my name again and background (me and Academic Systems) The Academic Systems Mission statement is up next.

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  • 1. The Online Instructor Roles and Best Practices Curriculum Services Associates
  • 2. Role of the Instructor
    • What is the difference in the role of the instructor in online or web-enhanced instruction?
    • How does this role compare to the role of the traditional classroom teacher?
  • 3. Traditional Role
    • Teacher Centered
      • Lectures
      • Directs the instruction
      • Leads the lessons
      • Prompts responses
      • Paces the class
  • 4. Online Teaching Role
    • Student Centered
      • Facilitates
      • Plans the activities, but follows the flow of conversation
      • Fosters collaborative learning
      • Monitors, models, and prompts for student participation
  • 5. Characteristics of the Online Instructor
    • What are the instructor characteristics, skills, and behaviors that support positive outcomes in web-based or web-enhanced courses (i.e. best practices)?
  • 6. Seven Principles of Good Practice
    • Encourages Contact Between Students and Faculty
    • Develops Reciprocity and Cooperation Among Students
    • Encourages Active Learning
    • Gives Prompt Feedback
    • Emphasizes Time on Task
    • Communicates High Expectations
    • Respects Diverse Talents and Way of Learning
    Arthur W. Chickering and Zelda F. Gamson
  • 7. Seven Principles of Good Practice
    • Implementing the Seven Principles Using Technology
    • Arthur W. Chickering and Stephen C. Ehrmann
  • 8. Seven Principles of Good Practice
    • Encourages Contact Between Students and Faculty
    • Student-faculty contact necessary for motivation and involvement
    • Easily facilitated with asynchronous and synchronous communication technologies
      • Threaded discussions
      • Email
      • Web conferencing
  • 9. Seven Principles of Good Practice
    • Develops Reciprocity and Cooperation Among Students
    • Collaboration and socialization increases involvement in learning
      • Study groups
      • Cooperative learning
      • Group problem solving activities
  • 10. Seven Principles of Good Practice
    • Encourages Active Learning
    • Students learn when they communicate about what they are learning, write reflectively about it, and relate it to their own experiences
      • Communication tools
      • “ Learn by Doing” Activities
        • Simulations
        • Use of the Internet to gather information
  • 11. Seven Principles of Good Practice
    • Gives Prompt Feedback
    • Students need opportunities to perform and receive feedback
      • Communication technologies
      • Recording and analyzing performance
      • Electronic portfolios
  • 12. Seven Principles of Good Practice
    • Emphasizes Time on Task
    • Effective time management is critical
    • Technology increases time on task
      • Learning fits busy schedules
      • Erases constraints of time and place
      • Reduces commuting time
      • Immediate access to resources
      • Certain technologies may document time on task
  • 13. Seven Principles of Good Practice
    • Communicates High Expectations
    • Setting high expectations become a self-fulfilling prophecy
    • Technology can communicate high expectations and present powerful learning challenges
      • Evaluation criteria may be clearly articulated with technology
  • 14. Seven Principles of Good Practice
    • Respects Diverse Talents and Way of Learning
    • Technologies help students learn in ways they find most effective
      • Visuals
      • Print
      • Virtual experiences
      • Analysis, synthesis, and evaluation
      • Collaboration
      • Group problem solving
  • 15. Seven Principles of Good Practice
    • Advancing the Seven Principles
    • Applications of technology that are reliable, accessible, and easy to learn
      • Low Threshold Applications
        • Interactive
        • Problem oriented
        • Relevant to real-world issues
        • Evoke student motivation