Vic Divecha, 734-763-4355School of Public Healthrdivecha@umich.edumblog.lib.umich.edu/instructionaldesign
Simulteaching | Short Courses | Guest Instructors
Challenge
Desired Outcomes                                 Shift Back                                 Troubleshooting               ...
Approach
Tracking Activity    Divecha, V. (2009). Improving Quality of Simulteaching by Analyzing Demand for Support. In T.Bastiaen...
The Future   Social Learning     Useof Social Features of CMS     Community of Learning Self-paced preparation for onl...
Questions & Answers   Background   Goals   Approach Models   Tracking Results   The Future
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Improving instructional planning for short online courses

  1. 1. Vic Divecha, 734-763-4355School of Public Healthrdivecha@umich.edumblog.lib.umich.edu/instructionaldesign
  2. 2. Simulteaching | Short Courses | Guest Instructors
  3. 3. Challenge
  4. 4. Desired Outcomes Shift Back Troubleshooting InteractionsInstructional Leadership
  5. 5. Approach
  6. 6. Tracking Activity Divecha, V. (2009). Improving Quality of Simulteaching by Analyzing Demand for Support. In T.Bastiaens et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2009 (pp. 3480-3482). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.Retrieved from http://www.editlib.org/p/32984
  7. 7. The Future Social Learning  Useof Social Features of CMS  Community of Learning Self-paced preparation for online students Increase course offerings  One more course added 2010
  8. 8. Questions & Answers Background Goals Approach Models Tracking Results The Future
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