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Rn bsn online transition

  1. 1. RN-BSN Transition to OnlineFrom Hybrid to OnlineWorking off of Jossey-Bass Guides to Online Teaching and LearningSeptember 9-12,2008
  2. 2. Table of Contents Design with Learning in Mind Design with the Future in Mind Design with Assessment in Mind Design with Organization in Mind Design with Content in Mind Design with Process in Mind Design with Navigation in Mind
  3. 3. Design with Learning in Mind Learning in the 21st Century◦ We want things quick and easy, likenavigating through the internet◦ Short brief descriptions at our fingertips◦ Clear and and easy to understand steps◦ A checklist that is easy to follow whendoing projects◦ Don’t want to waste time by askingquestions on items that are not clear
  4. 4. Design with Learning in Mind Advantages to having Online Courses◦ Learning guides are readily available◦ Materials can be viewed and downloadedanytime anywhere◦ Students can take their time to reviewconcepts◦ The online material allows students toprovide feedback on content that needsmore clarification◦ Easier for instructor to critique andevaluate course material and apply quickchanges
  5. 5. Design with Learning in Mind Seven Principles of Effective Teaching(originally published in the AAHE Bulletin)1. Encourage faculty-to-student interaction2. Encourage student-to-studentinteraction3. Promote active learning4. Provide rich, rapid feedback5. Facilitate time on task6. Communicate high expectations7. Respect diverse learning(Chickering & Gamson, 1987): http://www.technologysource.org/article/seven_principles_of_effective_te
  6. 6. Design with Learning in MindForm 1: My Favorite TeacherThe subject this person taught:The year in school I had this teacher:The main thing that comes to mind when I think of this teacher:What he or she did that caught my attention:The qualities that stand out about his or her teaching:Conquering the Content by Robin L. Smith Copyright 2008 John Wiley and Sons, Inc.
  7. 7. Design with Learning in MindMerrill’s “First Principles of Instruction” Activation of Prior Experience Demonstration of Skills Application of Skills Integration of these Skills into Real-World ActivitiesDesign based on these principles follow and facilitate:Learning by allowing learners to engage in solutions to real-world problemsLearning by activating existing knowledge as a foundation toapply new knowledgeLearning when new knowledge is revealed to the learnerLearning through the application of the learnerLearning by integrating into the learner’s world(Merril (2002): http://www.technologysource.org/article/seven_principles_of_effective_teach
  8. 8. Design with Learning in Mind Learning StylesParticipate in the online questionnaire to seewhat type of learning style best describes theway you learn:http://www.vark-learn.com/english/index.aspShare your results with the class:Visual _____Auditory _____Read/Write _____Kinesthetic _____Predominant Style _____
  9. 9. Design with Learning in Mind-When creating your online course think aboutwhat you want your students to learn and notnecessarily what you want to teach.-According to Finkelstein, faculty feel they havetoadd more course work to an online course thanthey would to a F2F course.-Consider that your students are taking onlinecourses because their busy schedules did notallow time for traditional F2F courses. Flexibilitywithlimitations can be accomplished to accommodateeveryone.
  10. 10. Design with Learning in Mind Online learning vs F2F◦ The environment!◦ Human contact is missing◦ Students rely on verbal cues to replacethe visual cues not taking place◦ An online course becomes an archivedrecord of your class