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  • Allow me to introduce myself:
    • Steve Forward
    • Over 25 years in Youth Work
    • Vocational Curriculum
    Co-ordinator – SU Qld
    • Lecturer - CHC
    • Working across 4 organisations
    using Moodle in different ways
  • 3 Key Questions for Today:
    How can we work out what to do “Face-to-Face” and what to do “Online”?
    How can we then engage people Online in learning and assessment
    What are some of the tips and traps...
  • Who are you...?
  • Step 1 – Brainstorm the Cluster:
    The initial, creative, messy, brainstorming bit...
    All the things you “have to” address
    All the things you “want to” address
    Play around with it for awhile...
    Any ideas, notes, suggestions,
    potential opportunities and issues
    Cluster Mapping Tool – Stage 1
  • Step 2 – Develop a Competency Profile:
    What we and other stakeholders want our students to look like after we’ve finished with them...
    Identify key knowledge, skills and attitudes
    Create “Core Competencies”
    Use these from now on...
    Cluster Competency Profile
  • The Right Mix ... ?
    What are the advantages and
    disadvantages of Face-to-Face
    engagement?
    What are the advantages and
    disadvantages of Online
    engagement?
  • The Right Mix ... ?
    Complimentary, Blended or
    Purely Online ?
    Online Learning or Online Delivery ?
    The 30% to 70% mix
  • Step 3 – Collecting Evidence:
    How we know that our students have attained our “Core Competencies”
    What are the best ways to collect the evidence?
    Real Life Action / Made Up Action
    Question and Answer
    Discussion
    Face-to-Face or Online?
    Cluster Mapping Tool – Stage 2
  • Step 4 – Developing Learning Material:
    Is it possible to create a “Learning Community” online?
    If so, how ... ?
    How do people learn?
  • What would this
    look like Online?
  • Step 4 – Developing Learning Material:
    Is it possible to create a “Learning Community” Online?
    If so, how ... ?
    How do people learn best?
    Face-to-Face or Online?
    LMS (Various Moodles)
    Learning Guides
    Online Resources
  • The Key Word is “Engagement”...
    Online Engagement looks like ... ?
    A Learning Community
    Clear written and/or verbal information and expectations
    Fun Visuals
    Variety of mediums
    Take advantage of what the Online environment has to offer
    Extension Material / Options
    Consider the range of internet access and online skill etc
  • Step 5 – Gathering and Using Feedback:
    Create a “Culture of Continuous Improvement” and a “Culture of Feedback”
    Staff and students
    Face-to-Face and Online
    Embed, respond, be grateful, use and give feedback on the feedback you receive
    Forums, Staff Rooms and Review Meetings
  • Final Thoughts (Tips and Traps)...
    “Begin with the end in mind” – Steve Covey (7 Habits)
    Own it – Make it “Yours” so you can make it “Theirs”
    Build a “Learning Community”
    Think – “Engage, Engage, Engage...”
    Learning should be “FUN”
    Create options
    Less is (or at least, can be) more...
  • Any questions, comments or stories to tell... ???