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  • 1. Online Course Design and Instruction Seminar
    • Course Logistics
    • How many lessons are you going to have in your online class?
    • What kind of activities and assignments are the students going to do?
    • How many quizzes or tests will there be?
    • How many homework assignments?
  • 2. Online Course Design and Instruction Seminar
    • How many papers or essays?
    • What size will they be?
    • What kinds of "live" interaction do you want to provide for, if any? Will you be available to students by the phone? Will you make yourself available for virtual sessions?
    • How will you structure your Lessons?
  • 3. Online Course Design and Instruction Seminar
    • Course Structure and Components
    • Clear Objectives
    • Assessment Tools (Formative and Summative Assessments)
    • Opportunities for Students to Construct and Experience their own Knowledge
    • Opportunities for Students to Become Increasingly Responsible for their own Learning
  • 4. Online Course Design and Instruction Seminar
    • Seven Principles of Good Practice in Education
    • Good Practice Encourages Student-Faculty Contact
    • Good Practice Encourages Cooperation among Students
    • Good Practice Encourages Active Learning
  • 5. Online Course Design and Instruction Seminar
    • Good Practice Gives Prompt Feedback
    • Good Practice Emphasizes Time on Task
    • Good Practice Communicates High Expectations
    • Good Practice Respects Diverse Talents and Ways of Learning
  • 6. Online Course Design and Instruction Seminar
    • Instructional Strategies
    • The following have to be addressed in Online Course Design:
    • addressing individual differences
    • motivating the student
    • avoiding information overload
  • 7. Online Course Design and Instruction Seminar
    • Creating a real-life context
    • Encouraging social interaction
    • Providing hands-on activities
    • Encouraging Student Reflection
  • 8. Online Course Design and Instruction Seminar
    • The concerns on the previous slides can be addressed with the following:
    • Online Lectures
    • Online Discussion Forums
    • Self directed learning activities
    • Online Group Work
    • Online Projects
    • Learning Contracts
  • 9. Online Course Design and Instruction Seminar
    • Options for Demonstrating Learning Outcomes
    • Opportunities for Reflection
    • Clear and Captivating Instructional Design
    • A pathway to Guide Student Learning
    • Appealing Presentation
    • Regular communication with peers and instructor
    • Varied Interaction with Content
  • 10. Online Course Design and Instruction Seminar
    • Presentation Models
    • The Icare Presentation Model
    • The ILarq Model
    • The Dream Model
    • The Eclass Model
    • The 5E’s Model
    • The DSELASM model
  • 11. Online Course Design and Instruction Seminar
    • Best Practices
    • Be present at the Course Site
    • Create a supportive online course community
    • Share a set of very clear expectations for your students and for yourself as to (1) how you will communicate and (2) how much time students should be working on the course each week.
  • 12. Online Course Design and Instruction Seminar
    • Open Education Content
    • Introduction
    • Open Education Resources
    • Free Resources
    • Copyright Issues
  • 13. Online Course Design and Instruction Seminar
    • Use a variety of large group, small group, and individual work experiences
    • Use both synchronous and asynchronous activities
    • Early in the term—about week 3, ask for informal feedback on “How is the course going?” and “Do you have any suggestions?”
    • Prepare Discussion Posts that Invite Questions, Discussions, Reflections and Responses
  • 14. Online Course Design and Instruction Seminar
    • Focus on content resources and applicatoins and link to current events and examples that are easily accessed from learner’s computers
    • Combine core concept learning with customized and personalized learning
    • Plan a good closing and wrap activity for the course.