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Brought to you by:

Work

Smarter

Work

Smarter

Not

Not

Harder

Harder

www.911elearning.com

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Ugly but real photos!

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online class quality pyramid
Online Class Quality Pyramid

Software

Ease of Use

Interaction-Engagement

TIMELY Communication

Clear Expectations

Clear Navigation

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even the experts
Even the Experts…
  • “…I definitely am looking for an undergraduate degree from an in-person program first and foremost….”
  • “…I would value an online graduate degree from a bigger name higher than an in-person from a local, lesser name program...”
  • “…I still would value the in-person higher than the online for the same university. Given my passion around distance learning, it's a bit weird to admit this bias.”
  • Tony Karrer 2006
  • http://elearningtech.blogspot.com/2006/12/lower-value-of-online-degree-programs.html
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a few years later
A Few Years Later…
  • “My thinking has definitely changed over the past few years…”
  • “…I still value an in-person degree a little bit higher. 
  • “…If going for an online degree allows you to attend a better program, then that ranks higher than a lower quality but local degree.”
  • Tony Karrer 2010 

http://elearningtech.blogspot.com/2010/01/value-of-online-degree.html#ixzz0h2XAHiBs

everything online
EVERYTHING ONLINE!
  • Students
    • Identity
    • Preparedness
    • Success
  • Course Quality
  • Instructor Preparedness
scenario
Scenario:
  • Sharon was told she needs to convert her diabetes education program into an online class by next semester. She has never designed, taught, or even taken an online class before. To make matters worse, the school does not give Sharon any tools or guidance in the creation of this course.

http://www.joslin.org/Images/educator.jpg

traditional educators
Traditional Educators
  • Years of experience
  • Wisdom
    • Trials & Tribulations
  • Tons of Best Practices
academia s problem

Receipe For Failure

Academia’s Problem:
  • Recognize the shift
  • Push Traditional Instructors to Put courses online with no formal training.
    • Poor quality
    • Talking heads
    • Static powerpoint
    • Reading assignments & Discussions
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UGLY!

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scenario 2
Scenario 2:
  • Mike is told two days before the start of the semester that he will be teaching an online course this semester. He should not have to worry though, the course is already designed and ready to go.

http://forum.belmont.edu/umac/archives/Murphree.jpg

scenario 3
Scenario 3:
  • Janethas just finished her school’s e-learning instructor academy and is now “certified” to teach e-learning courses. She has been assigned a mentor to help her with her first online class.
  • Janet will be teaching a course that has been peer reviewed and “approved” by the school’s e-Learning group.

http://webb.nmu.edu/ContinuingEducation/Images/educator.jpg

scenario1
Scenario:
  • Jason is an incoming freshman and has never met with an advisor. He decides to register himself through the schools web-based registration system for a full load (12 hr) of online classes. He thinks this will allow him to party and take class whenever he wants to.

http://studentaffairs.stonybrook.edu/stu/images/roth_student1.jpg

scenario2
Scenario:
  • Candace tells her advisor that she wants to take two online courses this semester on top of her normal 12 hours. Since the classes are online she won’t have scheduling conflicts with squeezing these two additional courses in.
  • Without any discussion, the advisor adds the two additional courses.

http://www.stmu.ab.ca/images/inside_right/studentOrientation.jpg

scenario3
Scenario:
  • Sherri needs ENG 231 to complete her degree but her work hours will not let her attend the traditional courses.
  • Sherri met with her advisor and discussed her options for completing the ENG 231 course that she needed.
    • Her advisor explained:
      • What it takes to be successful in an online course
      • Stressed to her that online DOES NOT mean easier.
      • Confirmed her computer abilities and access
did you know that
Did you know that…
  • Every semester we see students that say…
    • “My advisor told me online classes would be easier.”
    • “My advisor just put me in the class.”
    • “I didn’t know the class was online/Second-Life”
facts
Facts:
  • Online classes are MORE work for some students
  • Some students just do not learn well from online courses.
  • Some students do not have basic computer skills necessary to be successful.
statistics
Statistics
  • Online students are…
    • 10.1% less likely to be successful than traditional students.
      • 78.4% (2007-2009 Traditional student Success)
      • 68.3% (2007-2009 Online Student Success )
    • 8% more likely to withdraw from class than traditional students
      • 14% (2007-2009 traditional withdraw)
      • 22% (2007-2009 online withdraw)
find an predictive assessment
Find an Predictive Assessment

And redirect students

scenario 4
Scenario 4:
  • Jimmy’s online history class has the mid-term exam in two days. He has completed 4 tests and 2 papers over the last 8 weeks. He THINKS that he submitted them correctly but At this point he has yet to receive ANY feedback or grades on any of his tests or papers.
  • To make matters worse, he has e-mailed the instructor numerous times and has yet to receive a response.

http://www.niu.edu/ComNonTrad/images/Commuter_Pictures/Off-Campus%20Student.jpg

seven principles of effective teaching a practical lens for evaluating online courses1
Seven Principles of Effective Teaching: A Practical Lens for Evaluating Online Courses

March / April 2001

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More

Examples

what other experts are saying
What other experts are saying…

From Campus Technology Magazine:

  • “As with any learning environment, the most worthwhile student experiences emerge when students can interact with their educators.” (Villano, 2008)

From the Online Cl@ssroom publication:

  • “…research shows that loneliness…drives away a lot of online students.” (Terrell, 2008)
expectations outlined
Expectations Outlined

Work

Smarter

Not

Harder

tell them up front
Tell them up front…
  • What software/hardware they need
  • Your expectations
  • What they can expect from you

Work

Smarter

Not

Harder

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Work

Smarter

Not

Give Templates

Harder

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(Tips for Students by Students)

http://youtu.be/3zvT7GfJot0

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Academic

Freedom

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How much of these rooms can the instructors customize?

Why should an online class be any different?

use templates
Use Templates:
  • One Template for whole school
  • Different Templates for Departments
  • A variety of templates
    • Instructors must use an “Approved” Template
how to create a great online course
How to create a great online course:
  • “CHUNK” material
    • No more than 1 hr at a time
  • Post important items in multiple locations
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UGLY!

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Work

Smarter

Not

Harder

http://screencast.com/t/3vVyFmqf

livescribe
LiveScribe

Work

Smarter

Not

Harder

http://youtu.be/7_vmYdqk9vY

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Kahn Academy

http://youtu.be/Zk3StHIK2gs

using multi media youtube
Using Multi-Media YouTube
  • Remove the “Show Suggested”
  • Watch Video from start to finish!
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911 eLearning Solutions, LLC

Office:336-971-7771 .

e-Mail: kellykirk@911elearning.com

  • Mr. Kelly Kirk
  • President & CEO

Personal Blog:

http://kellykirk.wordpress.com

www.911elearning.com

sources
Sources:
  • Horton, William. E-Learning By Design Workshop, Training 2006 Conference. Orlando, Fla.
  • http://www.knowledgebank.irri.org/eLearningForDev/default.htm
  • http://coe.sdsu.edu/eet/articles/k4levels/index.htm
  • http://training.usgs.gov/TEL/ISD/Evaluations.html
  • www.wikipedia.com
  • Villano, M (January 2008). 13 Tips for Virtual World Teaching. Campus Technology, 21(5), 41-46.
  • Terrell, S (2008).Consider Learner Characteristics, Learning Conditions in Course Design. Online Cl@ssroom. ?, 8.
  • http://technologysource.org/article/seven_principles_of_effective_teaching/
  • Quality Matters FIPSE Grant project online: http://www.qualitymatters.org/FIPSE.htm
  • http://elearningtech.blogspot.com/2006/12/lower-value-of-online-degree-programs.html
  • http://elearningtech.blogspot.com/2010/01/value-of-online-degree.html#ixzz0h2XAHiBs
  • http://www.niu.edu/ComNonTrad/images/Commuter_Pictures/Off-Campus%20Student.jpg
  • JOLT - Journal of Online Learning and Teaching. (n.d.). Retrieved November 5, 2011, from http://jolt.merlot.org/vol6no1/wolff_0310.htm
  • http://med.fsu.edu/education/facultyDevelopment/PDF/Bb_Creating%20&%20Leading%20Online%20Discussions.pdf 7-20-2010