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Online Teaching. Strategies for Success Electronic Pedagogy – The Art of Teaching Online. Flex: City #39278 - Mesa #39597 - Miramar #39019. Andrea Henne, EdD Dean, Online & Distributed Learning District Instructional Services, Planning & Technology. Ongoing Support.

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online teaching

Online Teaching

Strategies for Success

Electronic Pedagogy – The Art of Teaching Online

flex city 39278 mesa 39597 miramar 39019

Flex: City #39278 - Mesa #39597 - Miramar #39019

Andrea Henne, EdD

Dean, Online & Distributed Learning

District Instructional Services, Planning & Technology

components of success

Ongoing

Support

Faculty Training

Course Development Team

Components of Success
fundamental questions
Fundamental Questions

What do you want

students to learn?

Who are

your students?

Effective Course Design

What outcomes

will indicate

student success?

What resources

are needed?

Why will students

enroll in

this course?

sample of effective design
Sample of Effective Design
  • Astronomy Learning Module on Vista 4
  • Teaching with WebCT Vista 4 (instructors play student role)
  • Template for Model Course Design

http://online.sdccd.edu

cybercafe to collect info
CyberCafe to Collect Info

Who are

your students?

Effective Course Design

access and flexibility
Access and Flexibility

Effective Course Design

Why will students

enroll in

this course?

state objectives up front
State Objectives Up Front

What do you want

students to learn?

Effective Course Design

match learning objectives and provide range of learning options
Match Learning Objectives and Provide Range of Learning Options

Effective Course Design

What resources

are needed?

evaluation integrated throughout the course
Evaluation Integrated throughout the Course
  • Frequent
  • Authentic
  • Secure

Effective Course Design

What outcomes

will indicate

student success?

the art of online teaching

Clarity

Participation

Student

Learning

Communication

Evaluation

The Art of Online Teaching
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The Art of Online Teaching

Best Practices - Clarity

Objectives/learning outcomes defined in the syllabus and repeated in each learning unit.

Instructor’s expectations of students and what students can expect from instructor spelled out unambiguously.

Detailed instructions (and examples) provided for assignments, projects, other graded items.

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The Art of Online Teaching

Best Practices - Participation

Instructor maintains a strong presence (timely feedback on graded items, frequent postings, updates, progress reports, announcements).

Student interaction is facilitated via discussions, group collaboration, chats, presentations.

Draw upon experience of students and shared interests to build learning community.

Draw students in—motivate them to learn more.

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The Art of Online Teaching

Best Practices - Communication

Find your digital voice—interaction, dialogue, mentoring, coaching.

Make full use of asynchronous/synchronous communication tools that are built into the courseware.

Reserve email communication for sensitive one-to-one communication.

Remind students about Netiquette.

Nothing is private.

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The Art of Online Teaching

Best Practices – CommunicationManaging Online Student Behavior*

Noisy Students, Quiet Students, Disruptive Students

Respond to students as individuals—each student is unique. Avoid escalation in email or in discussion threads. Err on the side of softening your language—using “might” or “perhaps” or “I’d like to suggest” to defuse a tense situation. Phone conversation with the disruptive student may be best.

*Chapter 11 in Teaching Online - A Practical Guide by Ko and Rossen

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The Art of Online Teaching

Best Practices - Evaluation

Pre- and post assessments to measure individual progress.

Opportunities for self assessment related to objectives/learning outcomes.

Use of quiz features to deter cheating.

Rubrics/performance criteria.

Variety of assignments directly related to objectives/learning outcomes that encourage original critical thinking.

www sdccdonline net faculty

www.sdccdonline.net/faculty

Andrea Henne, EdD

Dean, Online & Distributed Learning

[email protected]

Thank You!

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