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  • Outcomes Participants will: Collaborate to improve online teaching experiences. Develop clarity regarding expectations for 2009-10 school year. Advance content and technical skills as online instructors. Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Mid-Year Cohort Survey Results 2008-2009 Enhance the Clarification of Curriculum Roles Themes Communication Anticipatory with Students Actions Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Mid-Year Cohort Survey Results Totals: • 11 •9 • 14 • 16 Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Guide Survey Results 2008-2009 Enhance the Clarification of Curriculum Roles Themes Communication Anticipatory with Students Actions Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Guide Survey Results Totals: • ? • ? • ? • ? Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Gathering of the Minds Creating the Perfect E-mentor Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Gathering of the Minds Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Gathering of the Minds E-mentor Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Gathering of the Minds E-mentor Access at D2L site: https://d2l.sdbor.edu/index.asp Nacol standards—c and d https://www.nacol.org/nationalstandards/ https://www.nacol.org/nationalstandards/NACOL%20Standards%20Quality% 20Online%20Courses%202007.pdf Gov report on connecting AP students online http://www.ed.gov/print/admins/lead/academic/advanced/report.html#6 http://www.ed.gov/admins/lead/academic/advanced/coursesonline.pdf Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Gathering of the Minds Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • A Look at 2009-2010 • Important dates: – Courses begin August 24, 2009 – Registration ends September 4, 2009 – Registration process handled through NSU E-learning • Status of courses: – AP Calculus, AP English Literature, AP English Language and AP Physics B – NSU E-Learning Center – AP Biology, AP Chemistry and AP Statistics – APEX • The goal is that the curriculum for these courses will be written by Fall, 2010. Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Course Registration Course Number of Students AP Calculus B 23 AP Statistics 3 AP English Literature and Composition 6 AP English Language and Composition 1 AP Physics B 3 AP Biology 3 AP Chemistry 6 Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Letter of Intent Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Lunch provided by Learning Power, Rushmore Room 1:00-Reality of Online Education, Lincoln Room Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Reality of Online Education Online Communication Solutions Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Disrupting Class Figure 4.2 (page 99) The pace of substitution of computer-based learning for monolithic learning plotted as S-curve The data suggest that by 2019, about 50% of HS courses will be delivered online. Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • FACTORS THAT WILL ACCELERATE THE SUBSTITUTION: 1) Computer-based learning will keep improving, as all successful disruptions do. 2) It will offer the ability for students, teachers, and parents to select a learning pathway through each body of material that fits each of the types of learners. 3) It will play a significant role in addressing the looming teacher shortage. 4) The costs will fall significantly as the market scales up. Disrupting Class, paraphrased from pages 100-101 Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Reality of Online Education What’s Different about Teaching Online? How are Virtual Teachers Changing Teaching? Access at D2L site Face to Face Instruction Online Instruction • • Teacher is single biggest Be flexible to meet needs, goals • Teacher is single biggest factor of student success • factor of student success Tone of voice carries over into online—be aware of positive or negative. Be positive. • Questioning is difficult • Questioning techniques are • Allows more time for reflection, ponder • Social dynamic is different—takes a long time to get easier—can get the feel to know • 24-7 availability • Technology problems can be • Online teachers should be online students first • Be willing to call on phone overcome in shorter amt of • Be prepared by checking links, equipment • Discussion are online to go back to for reference time • Need more professional development for online instruction • Online teaching can improve f2f teaching Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Reality of Online Education Working harder not smarter? Futurist Alvin Toffler described future shock as quot;the shattering stress and disorientation that we induce in individuals by subjecting them to too much change in too short a time.quot; Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Reality of Online Education Working harder not smarter? THE 5 KEYS TO MASTERY 1. SURRENDER TO YOUR PASSION How can I describe the kind of person who is on a path to mastery? First, I don’t think it should be so dead serious. I think you should understand the joy of it, the fun of it. Being willing to see just how far you can go is the self- surpassing quality that we human beings are stuck with. Evolution is a whole long story of mastery. It’s being real. It’s being human. It’s being who we are. – George Leonard Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Reality of Online Education Working smarter not harder THE 5 KEYS TO MASTERY 2. PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE I started Aikido at age 47, got my first black belt at 52. In the process, I learned what this business of mastery is all about. For example, it once was thought that talent was absolutely important. The Greeks talk about this “divine spark.” That’s why you can become great. But I’ve learned that practice is the magic formula. Practice will make you good at anything you do. And here’s one of the insights I got after I wrote the book: we are practicing all the time. – George Leonard Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Reality of Online Education Working smarter not harder THE 5 KEYS TO MASTERY 3. GET A GUIDE What if you are practicing wrong? Then you get very good at doing something wrong. If we don’t get good instruction, then we don’t notice when it’s a little out of round. Surrender yourself to your teacher. That doesn’t mean you turn over your life to the teacher – you don’t want a guru. You have to keep the autonomy within yourself. You are finally the ultimate authority of your own practice. The best teachers are those who model the whole thing. They give immediate feedback, it’s generally positive, and they avoid lectures. – George Leonard Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Reality of Online Education Working smarter not harder. THE 5 KEYS TO MASTERY 4. VISUALIZE THE OUTCOME You want to make it real and present in the realm of your consciousness. You don’t say “I’m going to do such and such.” – it already has happened. Now, is consciousness real? It exists and it is very powerful. The idea is to have this mesh between your consciousness – your visualization – and the so called material world. – George Leonard Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Reality of Online Education Working smarter not harder THE 5 KEYS TO MASTERY 5. PLAY THE EDGE There is a human striving for self-transcendence. It’s part of what makes us human. Wit all of our flaws we want to go a little bit further than we’ve gone before and maybe even further than anyone else has gone before. So we want to play the edge. – George Leonard http://www.the5keystomastery.com/305/pdfs/The5KeystoMasteryPressKit.pdf Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Reality of Online Education Online Communication Solutions Name Week 1, 4.7.09 Week 2, 4.14.09 Week 3, 4.21.09 Etc. Joe College Amy Advanced Harry High-Level Etc. Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Reality of Online Education Online Communication Solutions Week 6 MonMar16 TuesMar17 WedMar18 ThurMar19 Frimar20 Satmar21 Mar16-22 TR1 TS2 TR1 TS2 TR1 TS2 LaToya Kelly Melissa Lakesha MichaelR Lilac TR1 TS2 TR1 TS2 TR1 Lucia KristenD MichaelG Lashana Michelle Week8 MonMar30 TuesMar31 ThurApr2 FriApr3 SatApr4 Mar30-April5 TS2 TR1 TS2 TR1 TS2 BrianPau Den Carla Gordon Diana Tr1 TS2 TR1 TS2 TR1 Curtis BrianPrice Dennis Christine Hazel Carla Week 9 MonApr6 TuesApri7 Wed ThurApril9 FriApr10 Sat April6-12 TR1 TS2 TR1 TS2 TR1 Jacob Jason Jill Latasha TR1 TS2 TR1 TS2 Irene Jenny Julie Jim Etc. Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Reality of Online Education Online Communication Solutions What’s in your grid? Dot by DDN roster Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Student Panel Discussion with Online Teachers Process 1. Student introductions 2. Opening questions 3. Welcome questions from online teachers 4. Chart and sort by themes 5. Summarize Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Student Panel Discussion with Online Teachers 1. What might have been some of the benefits of taking the AP course online? 2. What might have been some of the challenges of taking the AP course online? Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Student Panel Discussion Benefits Challenges Other •More organized •Access to laptop-/ •Comments are written •More homework •Principal didn’t have directly on the paper •Intense writing •Snail mail is guaranteed to complete info, materials •Less nervous for college-- •Time management-/ work •E-mentor involvement -/ •Can some grades be // •Grown as a writer-// •Class schedule exempted? •Research, self- •Can learn from mistakes interrupted-/ •Self-discipline •Wants the rigorous improvement •Self-learner •Scary, overwhelming first curriculum •Class sessions taped •Students need to seek out two weeks •“Web assign” gives more •Needs self-discipline and the courses than one chance hard work •Relationship with f2f teachers Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Student Panel Discussion Cont. Benefits Challenges Other •“Cohort” of learner to •Access to laptop-/ •Teacher encourages •Principal didn’t have collaborate, question student to participate •Great opportunity •Will have informational complete info, materials •Opportunity to meet new •Time management-/ meeting at school •E-mentor involvement -/ •No one mentioned the people •Use of ellumiante helps •Class schedule dollar incentive •Can schedule AP class connect with students and interrupted-/ •Self-discipline teachers during the day •Scary, overwhelming first •Friends ask about the two weeks course •Needs self-discipline and •Parent may be nervous hard work about GPA •Relationship with f2f •Students feel pretty teachers confident taking the exam •Connections within course •Try to meet teacher in person Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Student Panel Breakout Sessions Monday 9:45 a.m. – 10:40 a.m. Rushmore Civic Center Rushmore Hall E Monday 1:15 p.m. – 2:10 p.m. Rushmore Civic Center Rushmore Hall E Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Small Group Meetings Solutions Resources Challenges Brainstorms Better Courses Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • 5 Minute List Challenges Solutions ? ? ? ? ? ? Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Content Triads Share the challenges and solutions you listed with your Triad. Record the challenges that have yet to be solved by anyone in your Triad. Identify the “Unsolved Mysteries” as either: “My List” OR “Learning Power’s List” Report-out your Triad’s challenges and solutions Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Whole Group Discussion Solutions Resources Challenges Brainstorms Better Courses Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
  • Closing •Summarize today’s work •Expectations for 2009 summer •Expectations for 2009-2010 school year •Next steps •Letter of Intent •Monday and Tuesday TIE Conference •Rushmore Civic Center •Learning Power tagged sessions Learning Power: Meeting the needs of high-level learners
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