Designing and Managing
Online Courses
Instructional Designer
Apple Distinguished Educator
Apple Professional Developer
@di...
Looking at Education:
Some Comparisons
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Individual
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Collaborative
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Passive Learning
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Active Learning
There’s a CULTURE in each
but in each there’s a DIFFERENCE
…but we’re here for
online learning?
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What type of learning culture
do you want to design,
develop, and manage?
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Designing
Online Courses
Managing
Onl...
• Culture of Learning
• Kemp’s Instructional Design Model
• Design and Manage:
• Instructional Problems
• Instructional Ob...
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My struggle with this workshop
Learning Outcomes
By the end of this session, you will
be able to:
• Define your intended culture of
learning
• Describe t...
Kemp’s Instructional
Design Model
Kemp, Morrison, Ross, Kalman
(2011). Designing Effective
Instruction. 6th Ed. Hoboken, NJ:
John Wiley & Sons
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Instructional Pro...
Identifying
• a need for the online
course and
• needs for students and the
course
Instructional
Problems
• Overarching goals
Needs analysis
Students
Course
Content
Design
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• Needs analysis
Ongoing evaluation
Formative feedback
Motivation
Interpersonal activities
Keep on track
Manage
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Instructional Problems:
Example I
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Instructional Problems:
Example II
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Instructional Objectives
Instructional
Objectives
Outcomes and objectives:
being clear in what students
will do within the online
course
Learning Outcomes
The end target
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Learning Objectives
The steps towards the outcomes
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Learning objectives of activities, tasks,
assignments guide students towards
meeting the learning outcomes of the
assessme...
• Outcomes vs objectives
Instructional design process
Quality checks
Set expectations
SMART
Bloom’s Taxonomy
Do it right t...
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• Ensure on-task
behaviour
Use formative
assessment checks
Be transparent
Manage
Instructional Outcome:
Example
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play active roles in a routine academic ...
Instructional Objectives:
Example I
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Instructional Objectives:
Example II
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Instructional Strategies
Instructional
Strategies
Design the learning and
(intended) culture before
students participate in online
course and meet ...
• Be creative
Refer to Learning
Outcomes
Add Relevance
Evidence Based
Practice
Design
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• Your role
Build rapport
Ensure practice is built on
theory
Build in communication
Connect activities
Manage
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Instructional Strategies:
Example I
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Instructional Strategies:
Example II
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Instructional
Delivery
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• Pedagogy vs technology
Ensure a blend...
• Reduce isolation
Read online cues
Be personable
Manage
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Instructional Delivery:
Example I
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Instructional Delivery:
Example II
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Culture of Learning
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  • Compare classrooms
  • Compare classrooms
  • Difference being the culture that the teacher wants to design and manage.
    These are sometimes perceivable and we did this in the examples active vs. passive
  • Instances of participation look different online
    The culture of learning can’t be automatically transferred from F2F to online.
    The learning culture manifests itself in very different ways to f2f classes.
  • This is our essential question that throughout today you should reflect on and work towards answering.
  • My struggle in deciding the format.

    Modeling my use and design of the LMS - schoology
    could have demonstrated some of the design in action
    but ultimately I would spend 10 mins at the beginning getting people over the technology barrier

    Could have done this online
    then could have showcased managing examples
    but ultimately this is a face-to-face workshop
    But end of the day, this is TESOL Arabia workshop, so must have
    content instruction,
    active audience
    critical thinking
  • Or to model best practice and the way I want you to see learning (my intended culture of learning), at the end you will be able to

    Intended vs actual learning culture - two different things
  • Talk about each area and the importance of the chosen 4.

    Note that learner characteristics is one area that is problematic (learner sytles debate) - and Ross said not as important as they thought it would be. Learner analysis, yes, but for purpose of learner styles, no.
  • Use of ESL
  • More for learning objectives than for outcomes, but not necessarily always the case.
  • time based
  • measurement
  • Online learning workshop TESOL Arabia 2015

    1. 1. Designing and Managing Online Courses Instructional Designer Apple Distinguished Educator Apple Professional Developer @digitalemerge
    2. 2. Looking at Education: Some Comparisons
    3. 3. https://fisher.osu.edu/blogs/smf-admissions/files/SAM_3478.jpg Individual
    4. 4. http://edudemic.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/130222-600.jpg Collaborative
    5. 5. http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/02067/ex_2067431b.jpg Passive Learning
    6. 6. http://zachkvet.wordpress.com/files/2009/05/classroom-1.jpg Active Learning
    7. 7. There’s a CULTURE in each but in each there’s a DIFFERENCE
    8. 8. …but we’re here for online learning?
    9. 9. http://www.actuarialoutpost.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/07/forum-snapshot.gif
    10. 10. http://therealtimereport.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/03_LiveEvent_MemberView_GPlusHangout.jpg
    11. 11. http://www.teachability.com/servlet/JiveServlet/showImage/38-1873-2361/explain+everything+example.JPG.jpg
    12. 12. What type of learning culture do you want to design, develop, and manage?
    13. 13. http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2009/09/24/article-0-0691265C000005DC-764_634x509.jpg Designing Online Courses Managing Online Courses
    14. 14. • Culture of Learning • Kemp’s Instructional Design Model • Design and Manage: • Instructional Problems • Instructional Objectives • Instructional Strategies • Instructional Delivery • Conclusion Outline http://static.ivoclarvivadent.com/website/uploads/images/07/933x/iv_onlinelearning.jpg?v=1
    15. 15. http://www.greatoutdoors.com/files/imagecache/display/files/tdf-2009/switchback-mountain.jpg My struggle with this workshop
    16. 16. Learning Outcomes By the end of this session, you will be able to: • Define your intended culture of learning • Describe the key stages in Kemp’s ID model • Analyse your course for _____ (key areas) • Identify best practice to design and manage online courses
    17. 17. Kemp’s Instructional Design Model
    18. 18. Kemp, Morrison, Ross, Kalman (2011). Designing Effective Instruction. 6th Ed. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons
    19. 19. https://encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQ2iqNQBnQzGQIaeh5mHV5MqEweg0sYTAssW-SxTqCbTwj5SeRm Instructional Problems
    20. 20. Identifying • a need for the online course and • needs for students and the course Instructional Problems
    21. 21. • Overarching goals Needs analysis Students Course Content Design http://lifeannotations.files.wordpress.com/2013/07/preflight-checklist.jpg?w=529&h=352
    22. 22. • Needs analysis Ongoing evaluation Formative feedback Motivation Interpersonal activities Keep on track Manage http://sacarfan.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Ferrari-pitstop.jpg
    23. 23. Instructional Problems: Example I http://www.thenational.ae/storyimage/AB/20140426/ARTICLE/140429246/AR/0/&MaxW=640&imageVersion=default&AR-140429246.jpg
    24. 24. Instructional Problems: Example II https://www.okura.nl/siteassets/teppanyaki-restaurant-sazanka---celebrating-michelin-star---team-photo.jpg?w=992&mode=max&scale=both
    25. 25. http://bloggersinspiration.in/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/your-turn.jpg
    26. 26. Instructional Objectives
    27. 27. Instructional Objectives Outcomes and objectives: being clear in what students will do within the online course
    28. 28. Learning Outcomes The end target https://anethicalisland.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/learningoutcomes.png?w=800
    29. 29. Learning Objectives The steps towards the outcomes https://anethicalisland.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/learningoutcomes.png?w=800
    30. 30. Learning objectives of activities, tasks, assignments guide students towards meeting the learning outcomes of the assessment and course.
    31. 31. • Outcomes vs objectives Instructional design process Quality checks Set expectations SMART Bloom’s Taxonomy Do it right the first time Design http://leanblitzconsulting.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/quality-control.jpg
    32. 32. http://www.practicallyperfectpa.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/smart.png
    33. 33. http://www.rock.k12.nc.us/cms/lib6/NC01000985/Centricity/Domain/2451/bloom-interactive-pyramid-12ta9bt.jpg http://educationaljargonschs.wikispaces.com/file/view/blooms_revised_taxomony.jpg/197905582/blooms_revised_taxomony.jpg
    34. 34. • Ensure on-task behaviour Use formative assessment checks Be transparent Manage
    35. 35. Instructional Outcome: Example http://www.studlife.com/files/2012/02/homeless.jpg play active roles in a routine academic group discussion of 12
    36. 36. Instructional Objectives: Example I http://www.djmikebills.com/images/Charleston%20Wedding%20DJ%20-%20Speaking%20On%20The%20Mic.jpg articulate to defend and support a position/point of view on a
    37. 37. Instructional Objectives: Example II http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/files/2014/04/Citation_needed-.jpg n support opinions with at least 3 relevant input sources/resea
    38. 38. http://cdn.techgyd.com/Microphone-with-its-Your-Turn.jpg
    39. 39. Instructional Strategies
    40. 40. Instructional Strategies Design the learning and (intended) culture before students participate in online course and meet learning outcomes / objectives http://www.featurepics.com/online/Architectural-Plans-1734124.aspx
    41. 41. • Be creative Refer to Learning Outcomes Add Relevance Evidence Based Practice Design http://images.moviepostershop.com/chain-of-evidence-movie-poster-1957-1020460100.jpg
    42. 42. • Your role Build rapport Ensure practice is built on theory Build in communication Connect activities Manage http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-eWpD8mWXgoE/UchDHpA9fyI/AAAAAAAAMJ0/AOB3SDmQhGo/s1600/Green+tea.png
    43. 43. Instructional Strategies: Example I http://nancyrubin.files.wordpress.com/2012/01/wiki_istock_000008986250small.jpg
    44. 44. Instructional Strategies: Example II http://eu.pgi.com/pgi/images/laptop_adobe.png
    45. 45. http://www.hilbert.edu/Public/image/iStock_manholdingmessagecard2.gif
    46. 46. Instructional Delivery
    47. 47. http://lighthouse8.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/myer-briggs-personality-test.jpg • Pedagogy vs technology Ensure a blend Formative Feedback Deliver your personality Accessibility and equality Design
    48. 48. • Reduce isolation Read online cues Be personable Manage http://hitenvyas.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/Improvisation-part-1.jpg
    49. 49. Instructional Delivery: Example I http://sc.chinaz.com/upload/2013/12/24/2013122413595370.jpg
    50. 50. Instructional Delivery: Example II http://www.adweek.com/files/uploads/iStock-Unfinished-Business-6.jpg
    51. 51. http://wheremuchisgiven.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/IMG_40582-1024x682.jpg
    52. 52. Culture of Learning ype of learning culture do you want to design, develop and ma
    53. 53. http://www.dealerknows.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Blank-Canvas.jpg

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