Obi wan has taught you well

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Presentation given at the 2010 ADEIL conference on effective communications with online elarners.

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  • Cindy teaches in Mesa State’s Center for Teacher Education, teaching both part-online and fully online courses. I oversee our online courses, so I am fairly obsessed with new technologies that can enhance online learning.
  • How do we give sufficient and effective feedback online?
  • Canvas allows video feedback with the click of a button. Very simple integration with grading feature and discussion boards.

    Other platforms are developing this, in a few months.
  • Obi wan has taught you well

    1. 1. “Obi-Wan has taught you well….”
    2. 2. Introduction  The Research  Brick & Mortar vs. Click & Brick  How can we talk?  SharingTime
    3. 3. THE RESEARCH
    4. 4. Research  Critical factors in determining student satisfaction in online courses were instructor variables, technology, and interactivity (Bolliger & Martindale, 2006).  The timeliness of the feedback and the amount of interaction with the instructor are important criteria for students deciding whether to stick with a distance learning program (Dahl, 2004).  There is a general view that faculty need to be “seen” to be perceived as present in online learning communities (Picciano, 2007).  Human interaction in e-learning is critical predictor of success. (Cheney, 2008).  Improvement of 7.76% in student retention after one year through a number of measures including the quality of instructor’s online interaction with students (Deden, 2005).
    5. 5. Online Faculty  The role of the instructor in an online class differs from that in the traditional classroom (Hutchins, 2006).  Online instructors spend more time designing and planning, facilitating, and mentoring than they do leading and lecturing (Gillespie, 1998,Young, 2002).  To deliver a quality course online, today's instructor needs effective interpersonal communication and facilitation skills in addition to subject- area expertise (Australian NationalTraining Authority, 2006, White & Weight, 2008).  For faculty, personal interaction with students is one of teaching's most gratifying aspects (Bower, 2007).
    6. 6. Classroom Instruction That Works  1. Identifying similarities and differences  2. Summarizing and note taking  3. Reinforcing effort and providing recognition  4. Homework and practice  5. Nonlinguistic representations  6. Cooperative learning  7. Setting objectives and providing feedback  8. Generating and testing hypotheses  9. Cues, questions, and advance organizers
    7. 7.  1. Identifying similarities and differences  2. Summarizing and note taking  3. Reinforcing effort and providing recognition  4. Homework and practice  5. Nonlinguistic representations  6. Cooperative learning  7. Setting objectives and providing feedback  8. Generating and testing hypotheses  9. Cues, questions, and advance organizers
    8. 8.  Setting Objectives  Reinforcing Effort  Providing Recognition  Providing Feedback
    9. 9. BRICK & MORTAR VS. CLICK & BRICK
    10. 10. Feedback: Brick and Mortar Click and Brick  Eye contact  Facial expressions  Gestures  Posture and body orientation  Proximity  Paralinguistics  Humor
    11. 11. Feedback: Brick and Mortar Click and Brick  Face-to-face interactions  In class questions  Conferences  Office Hours
    12. 12. Feedback: Brick and Mortar Click and Brick  Assignments  Notes  Quizzes  Tests  Emails
    13. 13. CAN WE TALK? OR HOW CAN WE TALK?
    14. 14. Comment box
    15. 15. In the document
    16. 16. Boards, blogs, wikis
    17. 17. Real-time feedback  Chat with whiteboard
    18. 18. Web-conferencing  Audio/visual options  Commercial products  Wimba  Elluminate  Open-source products  DimDim  Big Blue Button
    19. 19. Screen captures  Create short movies of your screen  Use a mic to add audio  Jing  Example  Jingproject.com
    20. 20. Something new  Instructure Canvas  Speedgrader feature  Free forTeachers  Being developed by others
    21. 21. SHARING TIME Questions? Comments? Experiences?
    22. 22. Contact Us  Cindy Chovich  cchovich@mesastate.edu  Kristyn Rose  krrose@mesastate.edu Glitterstim

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