Transitioning from Traditional to Online Learning

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Transitioning from Traditional to Online Learning

  1. 1. @PHYLISEBANNER
  2. 2. Moving online is not about recreating your classroom, it is about translating your teaching style into a new learning experience. @PHYLISEBANNER
  3. 3. What is online learning? @PHYLISEBANNER
  4. 4. @PHYLISEBANNER
  5. 5. @PHYLISEBANNER
  6. 6. Design is the process of taking abstract thoughts and inspirations and making them into tangible things. @PHYLISEBANNER
  7. 7. Delivery is the process of sharing those abstract thoughts and inspirations and inspiring the design of something new. @PHYLISEBANNER
  8. 8. Course design is about engineering a memorable, meaningful, and motivational learning space for your students. @PHYLISEBANNER
  9. 9. Course delivery is about facilitating a memorable, meaningful, and motivational learning experience for your students. @PHYLISEBANNER
  10. 10. @PHYLISEBANNER
  11. 11. Content ∙ Interaction ∙ Assessment @PHYLISEBANNER
  12. 12. Knowledge Distribution Content Contribution ∙ Communication Feedback ∙ Interaction Community Facilitation Examination ∙ Assessment @PHYLISEBANNER
  13. 13. @PHYLISEBANNER
  14. 14. From 1997 to 2001, Randy Garrison, Terry Anderson, and Walter Archer collaborated on “A Study of the Characteristics and Qualities of Text- Based Computer Conferencing for Educational Purposes” a research project at Athabasca University. @PHYLISEBANNER
  15. 15. The Community of Inquiry framework represents a process of creating a deep and meaningful learning experience through the development of three interdependent elements - social, teaching and cognitive presence. @PHYLISEBANNER
  16. 16. Social presence refers to the ability of learners to project their personal characteristics into the community of inquiry, thereby presenting themselves as “real people.” @PHYLISEBANNER
  17. 17. Social presence is exemplified through responsive communications, course announcements, facilitated discussions, directed group projects, and networking opportunities. @PHYLISEBANNER
  18. 18. Teaching presence refers to the design, facilitation, and direction of cognitive and social processes for the purpose of realizing personally meaningful and educational worthwhile learning outcomes. @PHYLISEBANNER
  19. 19. Teaching presence is exemplified by guiding students through course materials, reinforcing key concepts, fostering critical thinking skills, providing formative feedback and support in a timely manner, and evaluating student progress throughout the learning experience. @PHYLISEBANNER
  20. 20. Cognitive presence refers to the extent to which the participants in any particular configuration of a community of inquiry are able to construct meaning through sustained communication. @PHYLISEBANNER
  21. 21. Cognitive presence is exemplified by moving students from the initial learning stages of knowledge and comprehension toward the critical learning stages of application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. @PHYLISEBANNER
  22. 22. @PHYLISEBANNER
  23. 23. @PHYLISEBANNER
  24. 24. Content ∙ Interaction ∙ Assessment @PHYLISEBANNER
  25. 25. Knowledge Distribution Content Contribution ∙ Communication Feedback ∙ Interaction Community Facilitation Examination ∙ Assessment @PHYLISEBANNER
  26. 26. @PHYLISEBANNER
  27. 27. 1. What do you want your students to learn? 2. How can we get them to learn it? 3. How do you want them to apply what they have learned? 4. How will we measure success? @PHYLISEBANNER
  28. 28. Moving online is not about recreating your classroom, it is about translating your teaching style into a new learning experience. @PHYLISEBANNER
  29. 29. For more information about the Community of Inquiry Framework: http://communitiesofinquiry.com/ @PHYLISEBANNER

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