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Adler School of Professional Psychology
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Increasing Learner Engagement via Video and other LMS Tools
Increasing Learner Engagement via Video and other LMS Tools
Increasing Learner Engagement via Video and other LMS Tools
Increasing Learner Engagement via Video and other LMS Tools
Increasing Learner Engagement via Video and other LMS Tools
Increasing Learner Engagement via Video and other LMS Tools
Increasing Learner Engagement via Video and other LMS Tools
Increasing Learner Engagement via Video and other LMS Tools
Increasing Learner Engagement via Video and other LMS Tools
Increasing Learner Engagement via Video and other LMS Tools
Increasing Learner Engagement via Video and other LMS Tools
Increasing Learner Engagement via Video and other LMS Tools
Increasing Learner Engagement via Video and other LMS Tools
Increasing Learner Engagement via Video and other LMS Tools
Increasing Learner Engagement via Video and other LMS Tools
Increasing Learner Engagement via Video and other LMS Tools
Increasing Learner Engagement via Video and other LMS Tools
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  • The course we are going to look at is Research Methods
  • Research MethodsIntroduce students to the basics of: Quantitative and qualitative research design and data analysis Provide students with skills related to reviewing the literature in psychologyDeveloping research hypotheses or research/evaluation questionsProvide students with an opportunity to develop proficiency in the use of APA publication style.
  • Research MethodsIntroduce students to the basics of: Quantitative and qualitative research design and data analysis Provide students with skills related to reviewing the literature in psychologyDeveloping research hypotheses or research/evaluation questionsProvide students with an opportunity to develop proficiency in the use of APA publication style.
  • Research MethodsIntroduce students to the basics of: Quantitative and qualitative research design and data analysis Provide students with skills related to reviewing the literature in psychologyDeveloping research hypotheses or research/evaluation questionsProvide students with an opportunity to develop proficiency in the use of APA publication style.
  • Research MethodsIntroduce students to the basics of: Quantitative and qualitative research design and data analysis Provide students with skills related to reviewing the literature in psychologyDeveloping research hypotheses or research/evaluation questionsProvide students with an opportunity to develop proficiency in the use of APA publication style.
  • Difficult to teach in personStudents’ first time taking a research methods courseEven more difficult onlineLack of connecting with students to get them through this experienceIncreased Interaction is Necessary
  • Old VersionMainly text-basedRead articles or text bookComplete discussion board assignmentsSubmit papersNot interactive or inviting students to utilize the course platform
  • The Cone of Experience highlights the various ways to interact with content. To reach the most students and increase retention it is important to present content in a variety of modalities and give students multiple ways to interact with the content. As we worked on improving the course we aimed to use as many modalities as possible and strive for maximum engagement.
  • Goals of New VersionInvite students to come to the course pageCreate meaningful experiencesInteractive wikiVideo presentationsVideo conversationsCheck-point activities
  • Control student flow through course
  • To help students understand their grades
  • Wikis
  • Used video feedback to have asynchronous conversations with students – inside the wiki where they were working on their papers
  • Adding graphics to class notes
  • Basic video
  • Lecture Capture
  • Opportunities to check on student progress
  • Green screenBuilding in questions to presentationsJourney through the course as a processCollaborative activities
  • Increasing Learner Engagement via Video and other LMS Tools

    1. 1. Presented by Leeja Carter and Sarah Fornero Adler School of Professional Psychology
    2. 2. Read Hear View Images Watch Demonstrations Watch a Movie Participate in a Discussion Give a Talk Simulate a Real Experience Give a Presentation
    3. 3. Link to presentation: http://tinyurl.com/mnkyamm

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