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Chaminade University January 2013 Faculty Retreat

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  • 1. Emerging Pedagogy AJ Kelton !1
  • 2. AJ KeltonTravel Industry 1983 - 1995Montclair State University 1997 - PresentB.A. - English, American Literature 1998 American Literary RenaissanceM.A. - Writing Studies 2004 Basic/Introductory Writing !2
  • 3. AJ KeltonDirectorEmerging and Instructional Technology
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Montclair State UniversityDoctoral CandidateEducational Communication & TechnologyNew York University !3
  • 4. AJ KeltonEmerging Learning Design ConferenceFounder2013 Co-Chaireld.montclair.eduJournal of Emerging Learning DesignFounderManaging Editoreldj.montclair.edu !4
  • 5. Slides can be found at http://bit.ly/curocks !5
  • 6. What is the state ofHigher Education today? !6
  • 7. AMESS !7
  • 8. A MESS Cost ValueCompetition Motivation !8
  • 9. Insert picture ofstudent in classroom !9
  • 10. !10
  • 11. ONLINE MOBILE !11
  • 12. Are we sending students a confusing message? Laptops in the classroom? Mobile phones? !12
  • 13. MOOCs Massive Online Open Courses Can we teach 1,000? Can we teach 10,000? Can we teach 100,000? Is the pedagogy different? !13
  • 14. What is pedagogy? !14
  • 15. Is Teaching Different? !15
  • 16. What isTeaching? !16
  • 17. Is Learning Different? !17
  • 18. What isLearning? !18
  • 19. GROUP WORKWhat is Teaching?What is Learning? !19
  • 20. What is learning?How do we learn? !20
  • 21. How do we learn? Passive"Sage on the Stage" Active"Guide on the Side" !21
  • 22. How do we learn? Passive "Sage on the Stage"Freires "banking model" pitcher / vessel control: teacher e.g., lecture !22
  • 23. How do we learn? Active"Guide on the Side" !23
  • 24. How do we learn? Active "Guide on the Side" constructivist control: learnere.g., group work and PBL !24
  • 25. How do we learn? chunking cognitive load dual-coding !25
  • 26. How do we improve how we learn? Instructional Design !26
  • 27. Here is what is going to be on the test. How well would you do? !27
  • 28. Rubric a set of rules "an explicit set of criteria used for assessing a particular type of work or performance"* *http://tltgroup.org/resources/flashlight/rubrics.htm !28
  • 29. Rubric Quality Matters http://www.qmprogram.org http://www.qualitymatters.orgDesign and Delivery !29
  • 30. Quality Matters• Course Overview and Introduction• Learning Objectives (Competencies)• Assessment and Measurement• Instructional Materials• Learner Interaction and Engagement• Course Technology• Learner Support• Accessibility !30
  • 31. GROUP WORK Quality Matters Rubric Something worth notingInnovative way of doing something !31
  • 32. GROUP WORKAcademic Integrity / Online Cheating What is cheating? How do we prevent it? !32
  • 33. Instructional Strategies Lecture Group Work Game Mechanics Project-Based Learning ? !33
  • 34. Instructional Strategies Game Mechanics Games Everything has a point valueA particular grade equals a certain number of pointsStudents make decisions as to what to do and when !34
  • 35. Instructional Strategies Group Work Random Assignment Self-Selection Purposeful Assignment !35
  • 36. GROUP WORK Group WorkDo you assign group work? If so, when? If not, why not? Evaluation / Assessment Group Dynamics (e.g., social loafer) !36
  • 37. GROUP WORK Community Is community important in a class? Strategies for creatingcommunity in a face-to-face class Strategies for creating community in an online class !37
  • 38. Show and TellGoogle Apps Scholar Forms Reader !38
  • 39. What Are Your Issues? Q&A !39
  • 40. AJ Kelton kelton.aj@gmail.com Twitter @aj_kelton LinkedIN (be sure to indicate how you know me) http://www.ajkelton.net !40