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Bootcamp For Faculty Development

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Terri Johnson, Director of Instructional Technology, Carroll University …

Terri Johnson, Director of Instructional Technology, Carroll University

Our campus introduced faculty “Bootcamps” as a way to engage faculty in redesigning face-to-face courses for online delivery. Bootcamps were 3-day workshops developed to overcome factors contributing to technology anxiety among faculty, such as time constraints and lack of rewards. I will demonstrate how our approach to Bootcamp can be applied in other faculty development scenarios as provided by the audience. Participants will leave with ideas of how to overcome obstacles to faculty development efforts.

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  • 1. Faculty Bootcamp at Carroll University
  • 2. Before Bootcamp...
  • 3. “Do I need an upgrade?”
  • 4. “I didn’t do anything...the file just vanished...”
  • 5. “Will this delete my files?”
  • 6. “You are going too fast...! what’s a url?”
  • 7. “Please...”
  • 8. Nothing like a little help and encouragement to build confidence
  • 9. Bootcamps started as 3-day workshops tohelp faculty redesign a f2f course for online.
  • 10. Each Bootcamp had a max of 4 participantsBootcampers were paid a stipendBootcampers focused attention to 1 course
  • 11. what goes online and what’s in class? practice & theory large enrollments what were our challenges? online discussion student self- facilitating groups discipline
  • 12. how to get rid of my picture in the LMS how to use the LMS what did we learn?how to embed video how to collaborate f2f how to share and online how to engage students with wikis, blogs and chat
  • 13. Turnitin YouTube Clickers a sampling of PollEverywhereVoiceThread New ToolsMind mapping RSS Feeds & Readers Google docs Voki Wikispaces WordPress
  • 14. using technology to engage students where appropriate End results? collaboration: with peers, with studentsimproved content delivery a rethinking of learning goals
  • 15. But that’s not the end...
  • 16. The Future of Bootcamps
  • 17. Bootcamp keeps on givingOutside The Box!Tech Fellows, 2011 and 2012!Collaborative presentations andpublications!Tech Fair
  • 18. What’s next?More Bootcamps! Moving the research Original Bootcamp! forward: pre and post tests Bootcamp 2! including teaching philosophy; collecting Bootcamp Mobile! additional data from students Bootcamp Studio-C and faculty
  • 19. SupportProvost’s office!Center for EducationalTechnology & Innovation
  • 20. Takeaways Small and local! Support !Humor and honesty
  • 21. thank you! Terri Johnson, Ph.D.!Director, Center for Educational Technology & Innovation! Carroll University! Waukesha, Wisconsin

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