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Synchronous Learning Strategies. C. Candace Chou University of St. Thomas Oct. 13, 2010. Types of Videoconferencing. Web conferencing Web seminars eLearning Individuals and small groups. Web Conferencing. Project management & collaboration Conference presentation & participation.

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Synchronous learning strategies

Synchronous Learning Strategies

C. Candace Chou

University of St. Thomas

Oct. 13, 2010


Types of videoconferencing

Types of Videoconferencing

  • Web conferencing

  • Web seminars

  • eLearning

  • Individuals and small groups


Web conferencing

Web Conferencing

  • Project management & collaboration

  • Conference presentation & participation


Web seminar

Web Seminar

  • Class lectures

  • Guest speakers

  • Remote students participating f2f classroom

  • Example: http://collaborate.stthomas.edu/p12033025/

  • http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobatconnectpro/webconferencing/marketingsales.html


Elearning

eLearning

  • Pre-recorded lectures

  • Examples:

  • https://collaborate.stthomas.edu/p24159363/

  • How do executives really evaluate distance training


Individuals and small groups

Individuals and Small Groups

  • Meet live with students and share each other’s computer screens

  • Collaborate through whiteboard

  • Capture interactivities via chat windows and video-recording

  • Share and exchanges files

  • Computer application demonstrations and practice


Make it active

Make It Active

  • Polling

  • Chat

  • White board

  • Audio (conversation with participants)

  • Icons (status indicator)

  • Breakout rooms

  • Application sharing


Preparations

Preparations

  • Conference call

  • Train the trainer

  • Dress rehearsals


Warm up activities

Warm-up Activities

  • Give students a quick orientation of the room

    • Show status

    • Send chats

    • Test the microphone

    • Use the whiteboard


Four types of interaction

Four Types of Interaction

  • Demographic Interactions

  • Behavior Interactions (what participants have doen, are doing, or will do)

  • Attitude Interactions (perception on certain issues)

  • Knowledge Interaction (pre-test as lesson lead-ins to activate prior knowledge or assess entry knowledge)


Check list

Check List

  • Test your audio and video with a partner or on two computers

  • Learn how to change status of students (in case you want them to speak)

  • Know how to resize and position all pods

  • Learn how to share documents from desktop and make them visible to students

  • Upload PowerPoint to a share pod

  • When encountering echo, check the following areas:

    • Make sure no duplicated names in the attendee list

    • Run audio setup wizard

    • Logout and restart the browser

    • Have speakers hold down the “talk” button to talk


Check list 2

Check List 2

  • When seeing multiple names of same person, ask them to quit the browser, not just logout of Adobe Connect, and then login back to the meeting room. 

  • Record the session for people who missed the session and learn how to retrieve the recording

  • Create breakout sessions for small group discussion and assign students to break out rooms


Practice room

Practice Room

  • http://collaborate.stthomas.edu/LHDT


References

References

  • Brandon, B. (Ed.). (2008). 144 Tips on synchronous E-Learning: Strategy+Research. Santa Rosa, CA: eLearning Guild. Retrieved October 1, 2008, from http://www.elearningguild.com/content.cfm?selection=doc.1025 .

  • Brandon, B. (Ed.). (2007). The eLearning Guild’s handbook of e-Learning strategy. Santa Rosa, CA: eLearning Guild. Retrieved October 1, 2008, from http://www.elearningguild.com/content.cfm?selection=doc.817

  • Clark, R. C., & Kwinn, A. (2007). The new virtual classroom; evidence-based guidelines for synchronous e-learning. San Francisco: Pfeiffer.


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