Crafting an Online Experience

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  • 1. CRAFTING AN ONLINE LEARNING EXPERIENCE
  • 2. How We See Ourselves
  • 3. How We See Ourselves
  • 4. Challenges of Face to Face Classes
  • 5. Challenges of Face to Face Classes Video to large to upload
  • 6. An Online Class Is Not ACorrespondence Course
  • 7. Online Learning Experience Has Two Parts
  • 8. Online Learning Experience Has Two PartsClassStructure
  • 9. Online Learning Experience Has Two PartsInstructorParticipation
  • 10. ClassStructure
  • 11. Class Structure An Online Class is notA Correspondence Course
  • 12. Class Structure An Online Class is notA Correspondence Course
  • 13. “Build it and they will come.”
  • 14. High Tech High Touch John Naisbitt
  • 15. High Tech High Touch John NaisbittWarm and Cold Medium Marshall McLuhan
  • 16. Can Your Class be a “Third Place” Ray Oldenburg
  • 17. Can Your Class be a “Third Place” On Neutral Ground Is a leveler Conversation is the Main Activity Accessible Ray Oldenburg
  • 18. Can Your Class Be a “Third Place” The Regulars Low Profile Mood is Playful Home Away From Home
  • 19. Can Your Class Be a “Third Place”
  • 20. Can Your Class Be a“Third Place?”
  • 21. SO, HOW DO WE“HUMANIZE” OUR CLASSES?
  • 22. MAKE YOUR CLASSINVITING
  • 23. MAKE YOUR CLASSINVITING Pete Parkin
  • 24. GET TO KNOW YOURSTUDENTS
  • 25. LET THEM GET TOKNOW YOU
  • 26. USE FAMILIARLANGUAGE
  • 27. USEEMOTICONS
  • 28. MAKE YOURDISCUSSIONSINTERESTING
  • 29. USE SURVEYS
  • 30. USE SURVEYS C.A.T.S.
  • 31. USE SURVEYS C.A.T.S. Class Attitudes
  • 32. USE SURVEYS C.A.T.S. Class Attitudes Discussion Decisions
  • 33. USE SURVEYS C.A.T.S. Class Attitudes Discussion Decisions Nonclass Topics
  • 34. USE PICTURES
  • 35. USE PICTURES Anyone but this one
  • 36. USE PICTURES Anyone but this one
  • 37. PUTYOURSELF IN PICTURESAND VIDEOS
  • 38. Despairinc.com
  • 39. Sorry, the sample video was too big to upload, PUT YOURSELF INVIDEOS AND PICTURES
  • 40. CAPTION YOUR VIDEOS COLLEGE OF THE CANYONS
  • 41. USE2.0 TOOLS
  • 42. USE2.0 TOOLS
  • 43. VARIETYVARIETYVARIETY Text
  • 44. GETINTERACTIVE
  • 45. GETINTERACTIVE Get a Crossword Puzzle
  • 46. GET INTERACTIVE Create a Twitter FeedJust go to: http://twitter.com/about/ resources/widgets/widget_search
  • 47. GETINTERACTIVE Or, get Justin
  • 48. INVITEGUESTS
  • 49. INVITEGUESTS
  • 50. INVITEGUESTS Kirby Timmons
  • 51. RECRUITASSISTANTS
  • 52. BEENTHUSIASTIC
  • 53. BEENTHUSIASTIC
  • 54. Nothing great was everachieved withoutenthusiasm. ---Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • 55. Class is CreatedNow it is Time to Teach It
  • 56. Instructor Participation
  • 57. KEEP THE CLASS POSITIVE
  • 58. KEEP THE CLASS POSITIVE NO INTERACTION IS NEUTRAL
  • 59. OFFER POSITIVE COMMENTS
  • 60. OFFER POSITIVE COMMENTS
  • 61. OFFER POSITIVE COMMENTS Public Private
  • 62. Teaching OnlineTakes Time
  • 63. Tools toSave Time
  • 64. Key: Answer Questionsthat will be asked
  • 65. Before theClass Begins
  • 66. CompleteWelcome Letter
  • 67. CreateComplete Syllabus
  • 68. You runyour class, it doesn’t run you!
  • 69. Let them know what youexpect of them.
  • 70. Let them know what youexpect of them.Let them know what they canexpect of you.
  • 71. Spread OutIntroduction to Syllabus
  • 72. Spread OutIntroduction to Syllabus Quick Start Complete Explanation
  • 73. AutomateEverything
  • 74. AutomateEverything Modules Discussions Assignments Tests Announcements
  • 75. Over WriteInstructions
  • 76. Over WriteInstructionsWe cannot clean up onlineas easily as we can in class. So guess what questions will be asked.
  • 77. Post Discussion Netiquette Ground Rules Be constructive and productive Do not gripe or whine Ask questions Contribute replies Expect to be misunderstood Dont take things personally Be supportive Have BIG FUN!
  • 78. During ClassStrategies
  • 79. First Week of Class
  • 80. Introduce Students to How You Will Teach Your Class
  • 81. Introduce Students to How You Will Teach Your ClassIntroduce Students to Yourself
  • 82. Focus on How the Class Works
  • 83. Focus on How the Class WorksHave Students TryThe Class Features
  • 84. Focus on How the Class WorksHave Students TryThe Class Features Build Trust and Community
  • 85. OrganizeDiscussions forQuestions
  • 86. Specific Discussions for Students
  • 87. Specific Discussions for Students Discussions for Assignments
  • 88. Specific Discussions for Students Discussions for AssignmentsDiscussions for T.A.s
  • 89. PreviewEach Week
  • 90. ReviewEach Week
  • 91. Remember:The more times a student can “bump” into information, the better.
  • 92. Keep Track ofRepeatingQuestions
  • 93. ReduceRedundantQuestions
  • 94. Dedicated Question Discussion Board
  • 95. Dedicated Question Discussion Board Use Students toAnswer Questions
  • 96. Dedicated Question Discussion Board Use Students toAnswer Questions Builds Learning Community
  • 97. OnlineOfficeHours
  • 98. Use the Chat Function
  • 99. Use the Chat FunctionCan Stagger Times
  • 100. Use the Chat Function Can Stagger TimesDon’t Feel Bad If No One Shows Up
  • 101. UseAnnouncements
  • 102. ChangeAnnouncements Often
  • 103. Change Announcements OftenMake them Friendly
  • 104. Change Announcements OftenMake them Friendly TargetAnnouncements to Specific Groups
  • 105. Target Announcements to Specific Groups
  • 106. Target Announcements to Specific Groups
  • 107. Chat a Bit
  • 108. ClearGradingCriteria
  • 109. Create Grading Rubrics
  • 110. Use Grading Shortcuts
  • 111. Two Screens & Two Browsers
  • 112. RESPONDQUICKLY
  • 113. RESPONDQUICKLY User Profile
  • 114. It is OK toReuse Good Answers
  • 115. Remember:Be Nice and Be Patient.What is clear toyou may not beclear to others.
  • 116. Remember: There will be less and less problems themore times youteach your class.
  • 117. Above All
  • 118. Above AllEnjoy your classes
  • 119. Enjoy the Future of Etudes
  • 120. Enjoy the Future of Etudes Activity Meter
  • 121. Enjoy the Future of Etudes Course Map
  • 122. Enjoy the Future of Etudes Course Map
  • 123. HAVEFUN
  • 124. What’s Your Ideas?
  • 125. Thank You