Tasden 2013 Teaching to Teach Online

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  • 3 campuses Base in P.Nth 5 Colleges CoHealth, CoS, CoB, CoHss, CoCA.
    34,000 students equates to 19074 EFTS with about 47% distance
  • In 2008 a business case was put forward to replace the current LMS WebCT with Moodle. This was due to the version of WebCT being obsolete and the vendor not providing any further support. The Stream Project would be implemented in a phased implementation process over the following 3 years.
    PD Events, Stream Experience, Stream for Non-academic users, Massey Stream Community, Templates, and other online resources, Consultations, Self paced modules, Sharing opportunities, Tributaries to stream and scenario based - learning interactive.
  • Surveyed 100 staff
  • multiple answers were allowed…
  • Development 1 year
    Epegium modules
    Blended approach
    Ako Aotearoa Teaching Excellence Awards categories…
  • Tasden 2013 Teaching to Teach Online

    1. 1. Teaching to Teach Online Massey’s approach Andrew Jamieson (A.J) Teaching & Online Consultant Teaching Development Coordinator National Centre for Teaching and Learning
    2. 2. Intro • Background • Back to the Future • Stream Experience • Diving Deeper
    3. 3. 5
    4. 4. Teaching and Learning Framework 6
    5. 5. The Digital Dimension To strengthen the University’s ‘Digital’ dimension we will: • extend our digital teaching and learning strategy and our blended learning approaches nationally and internationally • enrich the experience offered by Stream, our online learning and interaction environment, and offer a comprehensive programme of support for staff and students • enhance learning interactions through video-linked teaching, webconferencing and presentation tools • explore the potential for Massey’s engagement in the emerging ‘Massive Open On-line Courses’ (MOOC 3) environment • build a rich programme and profile through the Distance Education and Learning Futures Alliance.
    6. 6. Back to where it all started…
    7. 7. 2008 • Business case - Replacement of LMS • The “Stream Project” • Bridging People and Technology - Professional Development Strategic Plan for Stream • Series of PD opportunities 9
    8. 8. CADeL • CADeL - Centre for Academic Development and eLearning • FLAT-C - Flexible Learning and Teaching Consultant 10
    9. 9. S2: The Stream Experience online course An online course that allows participants to An online course that allows participants to experience the experience the Stream environment for themselves. Stream environment for themselves. The course is delivered The course is delivered asynchronously in Stream asynchronously in Stream over two weeks with the major over two weeks with the major emphasis on emphasis on pedagogy and principles of good practice. The pedagogy and principles of good practice. The first first week provides a facilitator-led introduction to blended week provides a facilitator-led introduction to learning and teaching. The second week allows an opportunity blended learning and teaching. The second week to explore different aspects of Stream and related resources allows an opportunity to explore different aspects of that are most relevant to your own situation. Stream and related resources that are most relevant to your own situation. Target Audience Focus Experiencing major Stream tools and functions All staff interested in using Stream. Understanding the student experience. Frequency and Duration Two-week online course. March & Septembe Intended Outcomes Experience Stream from a learner’s perspective. Basic understanding of the different tools and features of Stream and how these may be used to enhance learning. Coordinated By Duncan O’Hara Level Programme and Individual. Can be tailored to meet the needs of particular groups Campus Multi campus 11
    10. 10. 12
    11. 11. Stream Experience version 1 13
    12. 12. Stat’s • 26 offerings over 2 1/2 years • 720 staff = average of 28 per offering 14
    13. 13. 16
    14. 14. Stream Experience revised 17
    15. 15. Feedback • • • • • 82 participants 14 no access (didn’t partake in course) 3 Staff T&L enrolled 65 Participants in total 29 completed all of the tasks 18
    16. 16. Feedback • 73% somewhat/totally agreed that the first two days were positive • 74% somewhat/totally agreed that the completion checkboxes helped to track progress • 71% somewhat/totally had started to think about some of the new Moodle features and how they could use them in their own courses. 19
    17. 17. Diving Deeper 20
    18. 18. Where to next… • • • • • • • When is the best time to offer? Blended/fully online/facilitated/self paced? Capacity Resources Competing issues Internationalisation Open2Study 21
    19. 19. Thanks Contact Andrew Jamieson (A.J) Teaching & Online Consultant Teaching Development Coordinator a.s.jamieson@massey.ac.nz 22

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