Online, coachingonline tutoringWilfred Rubenshttp://www.wilfredrubens.comhttp://www.slideshare.net/wrubens   Source: C. Fr...
Theoretical backgroundExamplesExperiences
High drop out                           rates                                       Several reasonsSource: KaiChan Vong
High drop out                           rates                                             Several reasons         Guidance...
Community of Inquiry FrameworkSocial Presence                                                          Cognitive PresenceT...
Community of Inquiry FrameworkSocial Presence                                                          Cognitive PresenceT...
Gilly Salmon (2000),E-ModeratingSupporting & responding                       DevelopmentFacilitating process (e.g.questio...
Four crucial elements
Providing structure andcoordination   Source: rudiriet
Engaging students online                         Youre doing great! (1997)Foto: Samuel Gordon Photography
Progress                        Confronting                    Stimulating reflectionSource: wickenden
Providing content (synchronous & a synchronous)    Feedback Questions (e.g.    Socrates)   Assessment                    S...
Coaching: different levels
Synchronous        Chatcoaching                   WebinarIndividual                                        Group      Feed...
7 examples
1. Built in coaching             (e.g. in simulation)1. Briefing                          2. Do first &                     ...
2. Virtual classroom                       Source: Plakboek
3. Synchronous coaching,with video    Source:voipnovatos
4. Chat coachingText chat (synchronous)Planning appointments
Chatcoaching            Source:   http://www.chatcoach.nl/
5. Upload video or screencastsabout skills as input  Source: Leraar24
6. Twitter coaching: food forthought
7. Using blogs         F-feedback (friends, fans, followers)
ExperiencesFlexible, just-in-timeTime management for coaches is an issueLearner-centered (initiative)Mediamix: use power o...
Experiences (2) Online video: respond to non-verbal signals, richer information, more intense dialogue Chat coaching: coac...
ConclusionsOnline coaching and online tutoring can improve qualityof distance learningThere is no ‘one size fits all’Choice...
Vragen? wilfred@wilfredrubens.comhttp://www.wilfredrubens.com http://www.slideshare.net/          wrubens
Thanks to... @coachwillem      @suspeeters @marijveugelers   @Netwerkmakelaar @HannekevanRiel @mvanast @tomvvooren @Ricard...
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Presentation EADL online coaching

  1. 1. Online, coachingonline tutoringWilfred Rubenshttp://www.wilfredrubens.comhttp://www.slideshare.net/wrubens Source: C. Frank Starmer
  2. 2. Theoretical backgroundExamplesExperiences
  3. 3. High drop out rates Several reasonsSource: KaiChan Vong
  4. 4. High drop out rates Several reasons Guidance & facilitation importantSource: KaiChan Vong
  5. 5. Community of Inquiry FrameworkSocial Presence Cognitive PresenceThe ability of participants The extent to whichin a community of inquiry learners are able toto project themselves construct and confirmsocially and emotionally meaning throughas ‘real’ people sustained reflection(i.e., their full personality), and discourse in athrough the medium of critical communitycommunication beingused. of inquiry. Teaching Presence The design, facilitation and direction of cognitive and social processes for the purpose of realizing personally meaningful and educationally worthwhile learning outcomes. Garrison, Anderson and Archer (2000)
  6. 6. Community of Inquiry FrameworkSocial Presence Cognitive PresenceThe ability of participants The extent to whichin a community of inquiry learners are able toto project themselves construct and confirmsocially and emotionally meaning throughas ‘real’ people sustained reflection(i.e., their full personality), and discourse in athrough the medium of critical communitycommunication beingused. of inquiry. Teaching Presence The design, facilitation and direction of cognitive and social processes for the purpose of realizing personally meaningful and educationally worthwhile learning outcomes. Garrison, Anderson and Archer (2000)
  7. 7. Gilly Salmon (2000),E-ModeratingSupporting & responding DevelopmentFacilitating process (e.g.questions, stimulating,feedback) Knowledge constructionFacilitating tasks and supportinguse of learning materials Information exchangeFamiliarizing providing bridgesbetween cultural, social andlearning environments Online socialisationWelcoming and encouraging Access & motivation
  8. 8. Four crucial elements
  9. 9. Providing structure andcoordination Source: rudiriet
  10. 10. Engaging students online Youre doing great! (1997)Foto: Samuel Gordon Photography
  11. 11. Progress Confronting Stimulating reflectionSource: wickenden
  12. 12. Providing content (synchronous & a synchronous) Feedback Questions (e.g. Socrates) Assessment Source: mansionwb
  13. 13. Coaching: different levels
  14. 14. Synchronous Chatcoaching WebinarIndividual Group Feedback on forum Main issues via a wiki A synchronous
  15. 15. 7 examples
  16. 16. 1. Built in coaching (e.g. in simulation)1. Briefing 2. Do first & instruct 3. Feedback @ practice 4. Debriefing & reflection
  17. 17. 2. Virtual classroom Source: Plakboek
  18. 18. 3. Synchronous coaching,with video Source:voipnovatos
  19. 19. 4. Chat coachingText chat (synchronous)Planning appointments
  20. 20. Chatcoaching Source: http://www.chatcoach.nl/
  21. 21. 5. Upload video or screencastsabout skills as input Source: Leraar24
  22. 22. 6. Twitter coaching: food forthought
  23. 23. 7. Using blogs F-feedback (friends, fans, followers)
  24. 24. ExperiencesFlexible, just-in-timeTime management for coaches is an issueLearner-centered (initiative)Mediamix: use power of several media (affordances),related to context (target group, aims of coaching)Chat: no distraction of non-verbal signals etc. (morefocus on subject)
  25. 25. Experiences (2) Online video: respond to non-verbal signals, richer information, more intense dialogue Chat coaching: coachees feel more competent Online writing: restructuring thoughts (deep learning) Writing skills for coaches and coachees! (avoiding misunderstanding, explicit formulations) App for personal development plans Reflective thesis (stimulate critical thinking)
  26. 26. ConclusionsOnline coaching and online tutoring can improve qualityof distance learningThere is no ‘one size fits all’Choice for tools, techniques depend on context (e.g.target group, learning goals)Different communication skills for coaches
  27. 27. Vragen? wilfred@wilfredrubens.comhttp://www.wilfredrubens.com http://www.slideshare.net/ wrubens
  28. 28. Thanks to... @coachwillem @suspeeters @marijveugelers @Netwerkmakelaar @HannekevanRiel @mvanast @tomvvooren @RicardoEshuis

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