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OBJECTIVES• Describe methods for creating a welcoming course• Illustrate course elements that provide a  safe, comfortable...
POLL EVERYWHERE GOES HEREhttp://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choice_polls/MTM4NjEwNDE3MQ
GREET!
GREET! The time they enter the room. The first conversation in the front of the class Sets the tone for the class Provid...
WELCOME MODULE EXAMPLES
COURSE DESIGN EXAMPLES
EXPECTATIONSCourse Commitments & ExpectationsSalem State prides itself on providing a quality learning environment to all ...
DIGITAL STORY TELLING•   Captivate the listener•   Easily remembered•   Something about yourself- what grabbed you about y...
SITEPAL AVATAR
VOKI AVATARS
SURVEY QUESTIONS
SURVEY QUESTIONS
SURVEY QUESTIONS
SURVEY QUESTIONS
SURVEY QUESTION
SURVEY QUESTION
GUIDE: POLLING, SURVEYS AND GOOGLE FORMSNext poll goes hereFeedback & Flexibility= Successful students          Adjust lec...
MENTOR
MENTOR
GUIDE TO SUCCESS•   Read a little every day. Figure out how many pages you can read in an hour while keeping a reading jou...
EXAMPLE OF FEEDBACK
FACULTY DEVELOPMENT
SMORGASBORD OF EVENTS   Workshops          One-A-Days            Institutes          ProgramsIntro to Online    Going Mobi...
FACULTY DEVELOPMENT: MENTOR• Flexible workshop formats• Follow up with individual contact• Show what others are doing now!...
QUESTIONSMarc Boots-Ebenfield, marc.bootsebenfield@salemstate.eduGail Rankin, grankin@salemstate.edu
Csu sept2011 4ggl
Csu sept2011 4ggl
Csu sept2011 4ggl
Csu sept2011 4ggl
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Csu sept2011 4ggl

  1. 1. OBJECTIVES• Describe methods for creating a welcoming course• Illustrate course elements that provide a safe, comfortable atmosphere• Explain how to mentor students in a distance-learning environment• Relate the use of the above elements within faculty development programming
  2. 2. POLL EVERYWHERE GOES HEREhttp://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choice_polls/MTM4NjEwNDE3MQ
  3. 3. GREET!
  4. 4. GREET! The time they enter the room. The first conversation in the front of the class Sets the tone for the class Provides housekeeping information How will this class work Points them to the next step(s)!
  5. 5. WELCOME MODULE EXAMPLES
  6. 6. COURSE DESIGN EXAMPLES
  7. 7. EXPECTATIONSCourse Commitments & ExpectationsSalem State prides itself on providing a quality learning environment to all of ourstudents. So that we meet these goals, the following expectations apply to this onlinecourse:Your Instructor commits to: •Welcoming you into the courses learning community and respecting you as a learner. •Logging into the course at least five out of seven days per week and responding to requests within 48 hours. • Interacting with you in a meaningful manner through group discussions, email and other forms of communication. • Contacting you if you are not active in the course for more than a week. •Returning your assignments, and entering grades into the online gradebook within one week of the due date. • Providing you with constructive and individualized feedback on your work. •Communicating midterm and final grades to you. •Submitting final grades within three business days of the completion of the term.We ask you to commit to: 1. Budgeting sufficient time to complete the work of this course. 2. Participating as a full member of the class learning community. 3. Treating others with respect. 4. Responding to communication from your fellow students, and your Instructor.
  8. 8. DIGITAL STORY TELLING• Captivate the listener• Easily remembered• Something about yourself- what grabbed you about your discipline?• What is the story behind the course, the key ideas?• Can you create a min-case about the course?
  9. 9. SITEPAL AVATAR
  10. 10. VOKI AVATARS
  11. 11. SURVEY QUESTIONS
  12. 12. SURVEY QUESTIONS
  13. 13. SURVEY QUESTIONS
  14. 14. SURVEY QUESTIONS
  15. 15. SURVEY QUESTION
  16. 16. SURVEY QUESTION
  17. 17. GUIDE: POLLING, SURVEYS AND GOOGLE FORMSNext poll goes hereFeedback & Flexibility= Successful students Adjust lecture to review Adjust lecture to explore area of interest Change activity to capitalize on class dynamic Handout for details
  18. 18. MENTOR
  19. 19. MENTOR
  20. 20. GUIDE TO SUCCESS• Read a little every day. Figure out how many pages you can read in an hour while keeping a reading journal and figure out how many hours you will need to complete the reading assignment. Divide that by 5 days to plan out how many hours you need to read each day. Use the other 2 days to complete the written work!*• Keep a reading journal and make sure you are writing down something about the text at least every 15-20 minutes.• Ask questions and share insights in the discussion areas (bottom of wiki pages, Blackboard, Voicethread)• Show you are reading and thinking about all the texts by posting passages from a variety of texts and asking thoughtful questions• Complete your section of the World Lit guide in the Wiki before the due date• Review the World Lit Guide, course discussion areas and your own journal before writing your paper. Use class insights to support your own theories or point out where you disagree with others in the classContact me before your assignment is late. If you know you will be unable to log onto the course for awhile, explainthe situation and have a plan for how you will catch up with missed work. Let me know if you are fallingbehind, confused, frustrated or overwhelmed. Dont just miss assignments without communicating what is going on!*example. I can read 20 pages of Gogol an hour while keeping notes. We will read 82 pages of Gogol. I will need toread for 4 hours (82pages/20pages per hour=4hours) to complete the reading for Gogol. That gives me 1 hour perday, plus all those online writing activities that will take at least 3 more hours of work!
  21. 21. EXAMPLE OF FEEDBACK
  22. 22. FACULTY DEVELOPMENT
  23. 23. SMORGASBORD OF EVENTS Workshops One-A-Days Institutes ProgramsIntro to Online Going Mobile Sims & Games FLCsWeb 2.0 Web 2.0 Web 2.0 Hybrid and Online ProgramSurveys Wiki Laptop Bootcamp SPACEOUTLMS LMS Full Monty Brown-bagsDiscussions Digital NextGen Learner StoryTellingIndividual consultation, e-mail, phone, brown-bag lunches
  24. 24. FACULTY DEVELOPMENT: MENTOR• Flexible workshop formats• Follow up with individual contact• Show what others are doing now!• Supported work time• Brainstorming• Exploration
  25. 25. QUESTIONSMarc Boots-Ebenfield, marc.bootsebenfield@salemstate.eduGail Rankin, grankin@salemstate.edu

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