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Enhancing Teaching with Technology. Dec. 5, 2012. Faculty Collaborative and Centers of Distinction. Diane Jonte-Pace, Vice Provost, Academic Affairs Ron Danielson, Vice Provost, Information Services Eileen Elrod, Associate Vice Provost, Faculty Development

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faculty collaborative and centers of distinction
Faculty Collaborative and Centers of Distinction
  • Diane Jonte-Pace, Vice Provost, Academic Affairs
  • Ron Danielson, Vice Provost, Information Services
  • Eileen Elrod, Associate Vice Provost, Faculty Development
  • Chris Bachen, Director, Assessment
  • Nancy Cutler, Director, Media Services
  • Faculty Associates
    • Sharon Merritt
    • Tim Urdan
    • Nicholas Tran
    • Noel Radley
  • Kirk Hanson and Thane Kreiner
    • Markkula Center for Applied Ethics
    • Center for Science, Technology, and Society
advancing our mission major audiences
Advancing our Mission Major Audiences:
  • Undergraduate Students
    • Collaborative Classrooms, robust wireless
    • iPad Initiative for LEAD Scholars
  • Graduate Students
    • Online Course Development – CADE
  • Broader Community
    • Massive Open Online Courses - MOOC
      • Markkula Center for Applied Ethics
      • Center for Science, Technology and Society
slide5
Assessments in process

iPad initiative

Collaborative classrooms

Annual reports forthcoming

http://www.scu.edu/provost/facultydevelopment/enews/20120919.cfm

assessment of new learning spaces
Assessment of New Learning Spaces
  • Administering student and faculty surveys: 800 students, 33 faculty
  • Gathering data from student course evaluations
  • Listening to preliminary informal responses
      • meetings, email exchanges, conversations
        • pedagogical innovation
        • positive classroom climate
        • student activity and engagement
ipad initiative for lead scholars preliminary assessment
iPad Initiative for LEAD Scholars: Preliminary Assessment
  • 60 students and 6 faculty in LEAD Seminars and CTW 1/2 classes provided with iPads
  • Early data, November 2012, indicates student engagement and positive responses(”extremely helpful" or "very helpful” responses on student surveys)
  • Reading 87%
  • Annotating text (e-texts/pdfs /other readings) 56%
  • Taking notes 63%
  • Taking photos of notes on board 79%
  • Reviewing course materials
    • (handouts, assignments) 58%
  • Researching
    • (contexts for readings, essays or discussion) 82%
  • Exchanging & reviewing peer drafts 55%
  • Projecting presentations to classmates
    • (individual students, groups) 60%
  • Managing schedule, calendar, lists (productivity) 53%
  • Tracking health (fitness, nutrition, journaling) 46%
  • Future assessments to address student learning in diversity, spirituality, justice
slide8

Student Responses: How has the iPad been useful?

I found the iPad quite useful for my Chinese class, as I use its drawing function to practice writing Chinese characters. Also, I found a useful schedule app -

different from a calendar app - for keeping track and categorizing my classes, their assignments, and creating a visual of my schedule for future quarters

Being able to collaborate and take notes. It is sooooo nice. I like having access to documents and lecture notes everywhere.

graduate programs online course development
Graduate Programs: Online Course Development
  • JesuitNet/CADE (Competency Assessment in Distributed Education)
  • Backwards design model of curriculum development
  • Integrates reflection on vocation as teacher
  • Integrates student reflection on learning
  • Faculty from Education, JST, Pastoral Ministries, Engineering, Business
  • GPPM distance education program under development
slide11

Online Global Presence of Markkula Center for Applied Ethics

  • MOOCs
  • Open and free to world, no credit
  • Unlimited enrollment
  • On key professional roles and life
  • roles
  • Revenue from use by professional

organizations and corporations

  • Business Ethics for the Real World

(4 week pilot module, Feb/Mar 2013)

  • To be followed by five other 4 week

business ethics modules

  • Interactive Websites
  • Online dialogue on ethical dilemmas in

professional fields, life roles, etc.

  • Some “evergreen dilemmas,” some from

week’s news

  • Pilot: The Big Q (ethical dilemmas of

college students)

  • Crowd sourcing case examples
  • Could be done in multiple languages
  • Creation of online moral communities
  • Existing Website
  • “Static” with 2000+ pages
  • Articles, Cases, Reports, Podcasts,

Videos

  • 2.1 million unique visitors per year
  • 6,000 – 10,000 visitors per day
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