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Phil Hill slides from Online Teaching Conference #cccotc15 conference keynote

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Hill slides otc 20150619 final

  1. 1. Trends in Online and Hybrid Education: Implication for Educators Presented at Online Teaching Conference June 19, 2015 Presented by: Phil Hill @PhilOnEdTech MindWires Consulting and e-Literate blog
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  3. 3. 1088 Photo Credit: Gaspa License: CC
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  5. 5. Elite R1 History of Online Learning •Revolution at Stanford, Harvard, MIT •Movement started in 2011 •Little to no academic credit for courses •Little support for learners •Several courses per school
  6. 6. Elite R1 Real World History of Online Learning •Revolution at Stanford, Harvard, MIT Teaching Institutions •Movement started in 2011 late 1990’s •Little to no academic credit for courses Full credit already awarded •Little support for learners Professional development, student support, advisors •Several courses per school More than 1 out of 4 students in California Community Colleges take online course(s)
  7. 7. While there will be (significant) unbundling around the edges, the bigger potential impact is how existing colleges and universities allow technology- enabled change to enter the mainstream of the academic mission
  8. 8. Fall 2013 IPEDS Profile
  9. 9. Playing in the corner Photo Credit:
  10. 10. Now loose in the house Photo Credit:
  11. 11. “The asynchronous, individualized nature of online learning allows differentiation of course content. Students can control a course’s pace to fit their learning styles and abilities.” “Our research found that interactive course software that provides instantaneous feedback could be particularly effective in improving student performance in online courses. ” PPIC, Successful Online Courses in California’s Community Colleges
  12. 12. Question: If every student in your class had 24/7 access to a tutor, and those tutors got together and wrote a progress report for you every day, how would you teach differently?
  13. 13. e-Literate TV / Essex County College
  14. 14. e-Literate TV / Middlebury College
  15. 15. Mimic Factory Model One path, all students treated as identical
  16. 16. What I’m Not Talking About • Expect software to magically create pathways for each studentPhoto Credit:
  17. 17. Mixed-Type Cohort Combine both Introverts Blogs, small discussions Extroverts Public presentations, Centralized discussions
  18. 18. Mixed-Type Cohort Could working adults have been able to mentor and help high school students Working Adults Self-paced is key, allow them to work in bursts High School Flipped classroom, in class support, teacher checking progress
  19. 19. MythFolklore
  20. 20. Platforms Matter
  21. 21. Source: ECAR LMS Report
  22. 22. Source: ECAR LMS Report
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  29. 29. New Possibilities But New Responsibilities
  30. 30. DOJ Lawsuits Accessibility is no longer just for platforms
  31. 31. We are in the midst of an inflection point in higher education driven by mainstream adoption, different platform designs, and moving beyond the digitization of traditional classroom
  32. 32. Phil Hill: Web Site: e-Literate Blog: