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2019 Open SUNY Effective Practice Award Showcase

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Showcase and Awards
2019 Open SUNY Effective Practice Award Showcase

Annual conference for the SUNY online teaching and learning community of practice.
https://commons.suny.edu/cotehub/
March 6-8, 2019, Syracuse, NY.

Conference website: http://opensunysummit2019.edublogs.org/
Program: http://opensunysummit2019.edublogs.org/about/program/
Recordings: http://opensunysummit2019.edublogs.org/mediasite/
Materials: http://opensunysummit2019.edublogs.org/registration/materials/
Open SUNY Online Teaching: http://commons.suny.edu/cote/

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2019 Open SUNY Effective Practice Award Showcase

  1. 1. Online Effective Practices Showcase
  2. 2. Program Overview The Open SUNY Online Effective Practices Award Program aims to collect, share and showcase the online best practices, strategies, and innovative online teaching and learning activities or programs of exemplary online practitioners from across the SUNY system.
  3. 3. Online Teaching & Learning Practices: Online best practices, strategies, and innovative online teaching and learning activities. Online Course Quality Practices: Exemplary processes or practices to ensure quality in course design, course accessibility, and student learning environment. Online Student Services & Concierge Practices: Best practices, programs or initiatives that support the success of online students. Online Enrollment/Recruitment Practices: Exemplary models of online student recruitment practices. Online Program Partnership Practices: Exemplary models of multi- campus partnerships and/or intra-campus collaborations for the delivery of online programs. Award Tracks
  4. 4. Jesse Redlo, Monroe Community College Video Instruction for Online Restaurant Management Concepts Stephanie Affinito, University at Albany Interactive Introductions with Google Slides to Build a Learning Community Bridget Nettleton, Empire State College Connecting pre-licensure and degree completion nursing programs. What seems to be working? Robin Sullivan, University at Buffalo & Cherie van Putten, SUNY Binghamton SUNY Exploring Emerging Technologies for Lifelong Learning and Success (#EmTechMOOC)
  5. 5. Video Instruction for Online Restaurant Management Concepts Jesse M. Redlo, Ed.D. Candidate, M.S., CHIA Adjunct Instructor, Hospitality Management & Transitional Studies Adjunct Director, Faculty Association 03/06/2019
  6. 6. The Course: FSA 107 – Menu Planning
  7. 7. 05 JUNE 2018 7 Menu Planning – Learning Outcomes • 1. Discuss various aspects of the food service industry from a menu planning perspective. • 2. Demonstrate menu item placement and how it affects marketability of the product. • 3. Explain how use of the menu in a food service environment impacts ordering and hiring needs. • 4. Employ principles and techniques of food costing. • 5. Determine the menu applications based on information from demographic studies. • 6. Evaluate various potential customers and their needs, wants, and desires. • 7. Create a menu.
  8. 8. 21 MARCH 2019 8 Using Video Instruction to Meet Outcomes •Each module begins with an overview video from the instructor •All requirements are also written-out •Student do assigned reading •Then, students watch a video lecture and/or demonstration to see the material in action •Next, students engage in an online discussion about the concept •Lastly, students apply the concepts through interactive exercises
  9. 9. Time to see examples from the course!!!
  10. 10. © 2017, Monroe Community College Video Instruction Online = Increased Student Success • Jesse M. Redlo, Ed.D. Candidate, M.S., CHIA • Adjunct Instructor, Hospitality Management & Transitional Studies • Adjunct Director, Faculty Association • 03/06/2019
  11. 11. ELTL 500 Classroom Literacy Instruction Spring 2019 Slideshow by Eric Curts - ControlAltAchieve.com - @ericcurts
  12. 12. Directions ● Go to the first available blank slide and type in your name and something about yourself (interests, family, sports, pets, TV and movies, music, favorite subjects, etc.) ● Replace the picture on your slide with a photo of themselves. You can upload one or use the Insert tab to take a picture instantly with your computer’s camera. ● You can personalize your profile with colors, fonts and images that represent who you are. ● Browse your classmates’ posts and use the comment tool to say hello! Want to learn more about this activity to try with your own students? Slideshow by Eric Curts - ControlAltAchieve.com - @ericcurts Additional details and directions at: www.controlaltachieve.com/2018/08/learn-students.html Template from Slides Carnival 12
  13. 13. Dr. Stephanie Affinito I have three active children. All three are on travel baseball and softball teams and I am often working from a field. Thank goodness for unlimited data and hotspots! I have three vices: excellent coffee, natural peanut butter and homemade vanilla frosting. I have four dogs, all brought home as a surprise from my husband: a golden retriever, a Boston terrier and two Yorkshire terriers. Yes, it is a busy home. My favorite color is yellow. It lifts my spirits. 13
  14. 14. Jesse Redlo, Monroe Community College Video Instruction for Online Restaurant Management Concepts Stephanie Affinito, University at Albany Interactive Introductions with Google Slides to Build a Learning Community Bridget Nettleton, Empire State College Connecting pre-licensure and degree completion nursing programs. What seems to be working? Robin Sullivan, University at Buffalo & Cherie van Putten, SUNY Binghamton SUNY Exploring Emerging Technologies for Lifelong Learning and Success (#EmTechMOOC)
  15. 15. Center for Educational Innovation University at Buffalo http://buffalo.edu/ubcei Roberta (Robin) Sullivan Online Learning Specialist rrs@buffalo.edu http://suny.edu/emtech
  16. 16. #EmTechMOOC Discovery learning to explore and reflect on innovative and creative uses of emerging technologies.
  17. 17. ● Identify the value and implications of using established and emerging technology tools for career and personal advancement. ● Gain strategies to develop lifelong learning habits to keep pace with technology change. Goal:
  18. 18. ● ALL Learners ● Students, faculty, staff, & anyone with an interest to stay current with today’s rapidly changing technologies Learning Opportunity targeted to...
  19. 19. “Four Cs of 21st Century Skills” Communication Collaboration Creativity & Critical thinking
  20. 20. Place your screenshot here 20 #EmTechMOOC Coursera-based MOOC supportive online learning opportunity
  21. 21. WIKI filled with many socially curated tools and resources Also used in #EmTechMOOC to complete assignments An open website available as a standalone resource EmTechWIKI Place your screenshot here 21
  22. 22. Learning process... 3. Complete discovery exercises & reflect 4. Earn badges & Coursera Certificate 2. Explore WIKI tools & resources 1. Read, view & participate with course materials
  23. 23. Learner Rewards ● A Personal ePortfolio ● Digital badges ● Coursera Certificate of Completion ● Intrinsic rewards of being a lifelong learner!
  24. 24. Mapping #EmTechMOOC’s Global Reach Non-scientific mapping of enrollments as of 12/01/18 3,665 Learners 91 Completers
  25. 25. To what extent did participating in #EmTechMOOC: positively influence your feelings about technology (i.e., comfort level, motivation, fears, frustration, concerns)? enhance your ability to use emerging technologies for professional or academic purposes? Additional data available at: http://bit.ly/emtechimpact What people are saying? http://bit.ly/emtechtestimonials
  26. 26. Explore & Reflect Go to http://suny.edu/emtech Explore one or more of the “Discovery Exercises”
  27. 27. 2019 Entries Track: Online Teaching and Learning Practices Christine Marchese, Nassau Community College Converting traditional assignments to appeal to varied learning preferences using digital tools Eileen O’Connor, Empire State College Using Immersive Virtual Reality for Teaching, Learning, and Community Elizabeth Johnston, Monroe Community College Using VoiceThread in Online College Composition Lee Pierce, SUNY Geneseo Fast-Community: Fostering and Sustaining the Community in a 3-Week Online Class Track: Online Program Partnership Practices Carolina Kim de Salamanca, Empire State College Designing a Synchronous Learning Environment that Promotes Community, Interactivity, and Equity of Experience
  28. 28. Presentation of the 2019 Awards
  29. 29. Online Teaching & Learning Practices: Online best practices, strategies, and innovative online teaching and learning activities. Online Course Quality Practices: Exemplary processes or practices to ensure quality in course design, course accessibility, and student learning environment. Online Student Services & Concierge Practices: Best practices, programs or initiatives that support the success of online students. Online Enrollment/Recruitment Practices: Exemplary models of online student recruitment practices. Online Program Partnership Practices: Exemplary models of multi- campus partnerships and/or intra-campus collaborations for the delivery of online programs. Award Tracks
  30. 30. Open SUNY Online Effective Practices Award Program http://commons.suny.edu/cotehub/engage/epawards/ Open SUNY Effective Practices Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/OSEffectivePractices/ Teaching Online Pedagogical Repository https://topr.online.ucf.edu/

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