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Quality Matters0809

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    • 1. AN INTRODUCTION QUALITY MATTERS Terrie McCallister [email_address]
    • 2.
      • This chart shows the process a course goes through for Quality Matters.
    • 3. QUALITY MATTERS RUBRIC
      • Based on National Standards of best practice and research literature
      • Designed to promote student learning
      • Integral to continuous student learning
    • 4. RUBRIC SCORING Standards Points Relative Value 17 3 Essential (51) 11 2 Very Important (22) 12 1 Important (12) TOTALS 40 85
    • 5. FOR OUR PURPOSES, QUALITY IS…
      • More than average; more than “good enough”
      • An attempt to capture what’s expected in an effective online course at about an 85% level
      • Based on research and widely accepted standards
      85 %
    • 6. TO MEET EXPECTATIONS…
      • A course must achieve:
      • “ Yes” on all 17 of the 3-point “essential” standards.
      • A minimum of 72 out of 85 points
      72/85 = 85%
    • 7. WHAT THIS PROCESS IS NOT
      • Not about an individual instructor
      • (it’s about the course)
      • Not about faculty evaluation
      • (it’s about course quality)
      • Not about “win/lose” or “pass/fail”
      • (it’s about continuous improvement in a supportive environment)
    • 8. The faculty member is integral to both design and delivery . Course Design … is the forethought and planning that a faculty member puts into the course. Course Delivery … is the actual teaching of the course, the implementation of the design. QM is about DESIGN - not delivery or faculty performance
    • 9. Distinguish Between Design vs. Delivery
            • Example: Discussion Board
      Design: A discussion board has been planned into the course; students have been told how they should participate and how they can expect the faculty to participate Delivery: How often the faculty member actually participates in the discussion; what the faculty member actually says to students
    • 10.
      • Eight standards:
        • Course Overview and Introduction
        • Learning Objectives
        • Assessment and Measurement
        • Resources and Materials
        • Learner Engagement
        • Course Technology
        • Learner Support
        • Accessibility
      The Rubric Key components must align.
    • 11. Critical course elements work together to ensure that students achieve the desired learning outcomes. What is Alignment?
    • 12. KEY SECTIONS THAT MUST ALIGN Course Objectives (II) Resources, Materials (IV) & Technology (VI) Assessment and Measurement (III) Learner Engagement & Activities (V)
    • 13.
      • Let’s Look at the Standards
      • Handout essential standards
      • Handout on 2, 1 point standards
      • Examples in QM Shell