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The Student in Online Courses. Charles D. Dziuban Patsy D. Moskal University of Central Florida. Resources. Personality Emotional maturity Sophistication level Level of intellect Educational level Character development. Student outcome domains in blended learning. Student outcomes.

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the student in online courses

The Student in Online Courses

Charles D. Dziuban

Patsy D. Moskal

University of Central Florida

resources
Resources
  • Personality
  • Emotional maturity
  • Sophistication level
  • Level of intellect
  • Educational level
  • Character development
student outcome domains in blended learning
Student outcome domains in blended learning

Student

outcomes

Cognitive

Affective

Behavioral

Reactive behavior patterns

some characteristics of the generations
Matures (prior to 1946)

Dedicated to a job they take on

Respectful of authority

Place duty before pleasure

Baby boomers (1946-1964)

Live to work

Generally optimistic

Have influenced policy & products

Some characteristics of the generations
  • Generation X (1965-1980)
    • Work to live
    • Clear & consistent expectations
    • Value contributing to the whole
  • Millennials (1981-1994)
    • Live in the moment
    • Expect immediacy of technology
    • Question everything
technology is anything invented after you were born
Technology is anything inventedafter you were born*

Boomers

Gen - Xers

Millennials

  • TV
  • Mainframes
  • PLATO
  • Telephones
  • Party lines
  • LPs
  • Video games
  • PCs
  • Commands
  • E-mail
  • Mailing lists
  • Cassettes
  • The Web
  • Mobile devices
  • KWM
  • interface
  • IM, blogs
  • Virtual
  • communities
  • CDs, MP3s

* Alan Kay

rising expectations
Rising expectations
  • The rising expectations of technology-literate students are difficult to meet
  • Service expectations
    • Amazon.com and Google are their models
    • They expect self-service,immediacy, and the abilityto customize
    • Engaging learning experiences
  • Satisfaction levels decreasingwith each successive generation
millennials the up side
Goal oriented

Positive attitudes

Collaborative style

Multitasking

Technologically savvy

Learn by tinkering

Millennials: the up side

―Raines, 2002

millennials the down side
Weak critical thinking skills

Naïve beliefs regarding intellectual property and the authenticity of information found on the Internet

Question everything

High expectation levels / low satisfaction levels

Technology preferences have no institutional context (IM, wikis, blogs, social networking sites)

Millennials: the down side

– Prensky, 2003

online student academic course level by generation
Online student academic course level by generation

Lower Undergrad

Upper Undergrad

Graduate

Percent

N=99

N=206

N=182

students positive perceptions about blended learning
Students’ positive perceptions about blended learning
  • Convenience
  • Reduced logistic demands
  • Increased learning flexibility
  • Technology-enhanced learning

Reduced Opportunity

Costs for Education

students less positive perceptions about blended learning
Students’ less positive perceptions about blended learning
  • Reduced face-to-face time
  • Technology problems
  • Reduced instructor assistance
  • Increased workload

Increased Opportunity

Costs for Education

faculty assessment at ucf
Faculty assessment at UCF
  • Paul Goldwater, Accounting
  • Aaron Liberman, Health Professions
  • Steve Lytle, Health Professions
  • Ran Pyle, Legal Studies
assessment resources available
Assessment resources available
  • http://www.aahe.org/assessment/principl.htm

9 Principles of Good Practice for Assessing Student Learning – AAHE

  • http://www.educause.edu/books/educatingthenetgen/5989

Educating the Net Generation, by Oblinger & Oblinger

  • http://www.gentrends.com

Center for Generational Studies

  • http://www.fctl.ucf.edu/tresources/assessment.htm

UCF’s Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning site on assessment

  • http://www.tltgroup.org/resources/Assessment.htm

TLT Group resources on assessment

why do research on assessment
Why do research on assessment?
  • Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
    • Publications
    • Presentation
    • Awards

http://www.fctl.ucf.edu/sotl/

ucf s research initiative for teaching effectiveness
UCF’s Research Initiative for Teaching Effectiveness

For more information contact:

Dr. Chuck Dziuban

(407) 823-5478

[email protected]

Dr. Patsy Moskal

(407) 823-0283

[email protected]

http://pegasus.cc.ucf.edu/~rite

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