HEY, JUST BECAUSE IT IS ONLINE DOESN'T MEAN WE CAN'T HAVE FIELD TRIPS, RIGHT?<br />
Learning Environments I Visited<br />Miller Valley School (many times)<br />NAU<br />ASU<br />Uof A<br />Southwestern Coll...
The Result<br />
Yeah, but, ah, that was a small high schoolCollege is Different* more students* less money* basic skill courses* they get ...
In Your Online Class, Students<br />Read Textual Information<br />Write Textual Material<br />See Images<br />Watch Video ...
Field Trips and Online Learning<br />can the two co-exist?<br />photo by fvaldes<br />
The Assumption<br />Most Online Courses (like many courses) <br />Lack Field Trips of Any Kind<br />photo by fvaldes<br />
WHY?<br />Instructors are Tied to Textbooks<br />Too Much Time to Plan Them<br />They Cost Too Much, Hard to Assess <br />...
WHY NOT?<br />Easier to Organize in Online Courses<br />Student Participation (maybe engagement)<br />Projects, Community,...
Defining the “Field Trip”<br />Not Out of a Book<br />Not at the Computer<br />Not on Your iPod<br />by nrtphotos<br />
For Example!<br />It can be as simple as<br />A phone call (required) to converse with the course instructor! <br />
At Yavapai College<br />service learning component available to all instructors<br />
Other Examples<br />human sexuality bookstore visit<br />yoga class trip to studios<br />business class to local business<...
The Obvious Good in Online<br />Diversity in Student Generated Demonstration of Ability<br />Collaboration In and Out of C...
Anywhere</li></li></ul><li>teaching the way you were taughtwill not work online<br />
Blending of the Available Tools<br />
What Do We Tell Online Instructors?<br />Active Learning, Engagement<br />Element of Community Service<br />Offer “Real Li...
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Short to the point presentation I hope to narrate soon about using something other than the computer or book or DVD as means of delivering/creating content in online courses. Or any course for that matter!

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  1. 1. HEY, JUST BECAUSE IT IS ONLINE DOESN'T MEAN WE CAN'T HAVE FIELD TRIPS, RIGHT?<br />
  2. 2. Learning Environments I Visited<br />Miller Valley School (many times)<br />NAU<br />ASU<br />Uof A<br />Southwestern College in Winfield, Kansas <br />Caborca, Mexico<br />
  3. 3. The Result<br />
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  13. 13. Yeah, but, ah, that was a small high schoolCollege is Different* more students* less money* basic skill courses* they get field experience later<br />
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  15. 15. In Your Online Class, Students<br />Read Textual Information<br />Write Textual Material<br />See Images<br />Watch Video Format<br />Listen to Audio Content<br />What Else Do Your Students Do?<br />Write it down on paper provided<br />
  16. 16. Field Trips and Online Learning<br />can the two co-exist?<br />photo by fvaldes<br />
  17. 17. The Assumption<br />Most Online Courses (like many courses) <br />Lack Field Trips of Any Kind<br />photo by fvaldes<br />
  18. 18. WHY?<br />Instructors are Tied to Textbooks<br />Too Much Time to Plan Them<br />They Cost Too Much, Hard to Assess <br />by dcolson5201<br />
  19. 19. WHY NOT?<br />Easier to Organize in Online Courses<br />Student Participation (maybe engagement)<br />Projects, Community, “real Life,” Service<br />by dcolson5201<br />
  20. 20. Defining the “Field Trip”<br />Not Out of a Book<br />Not at the Computer<br />Not on Your iPod<br />by nrtphotos<br />
  21. 21. For Example!<br />It can be as simple as<br />A phone call (required) to converse with the course instructor! <br />
  22. 22. At Yavapai College<br />service learning component available to all instructors<br />
  23. 23. Other Examples<br />human sexuality bookstore visit<br />yoga class trip to studios<br />business class to local business<br />a study group meeting at library<br />
  24. 24. The Obvious Good in Online<br />Diversity in Student Generated Demonstration of Ability<br />Collaboration In and Out of Classroom & Broader Audience <br />The Usual:<br /><ul><li>Anytime
  25. 25. Anywhere</li></li></ul><li>teaching the way you were taughtwill not work online<br />
  26. 26. Blending of the Available Tools<br />
  27. 27. What Do We Tell Online Instructors?<br />Active Learning, Engagement<br />Element of Community Service<br />Offer “Real Life” Experiences<br />

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