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Online and Hybrid Learning Come Alive: How We Can Move From a Passive to an Engaged Community of Learning . Dr. Laurie Yates Eastern Oregon University. Where/Who Are Our Students? . Online: at least 30\% (Friedman & Friedman, 2011; Hoskins, 2012) Traditional and non-traditional students

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Online and Hybrid Learning Come Alive: How We Can Move From a Passive to an Engaged Community of Learning

Dr. Laurie Yates

Eastern Oregon University

where who are our students
Where/Who Are Our Students?
  • Online: at least 30% (Friedman & Friedman, 2011; Hoskins, 2012)
  • Traditional and non-traditional students
  • Trends: online and hybrid
  • “Online is a culture to the Millennial generation. Yet to most colleges, it is a delivery method” (Pacansky-Brock, 2013).
teaching in an online environment
Teaching in an Online Environment
  • Asynchronous environments
  • Sense of isolation/disconnection
  • Reduced channels of communication
  • Retention
  • How to engage and motivate students? Develop a community of learning?
student engagement
Student Engagement
  • Student-Student, Student-Teacher, Student-Subject
  • Goals: Students develop skills and abilities
    • Problem solving
    • Critical thinking
    • Communication
    • Collaboration
    • Ethical judgment
    • Navigation of the Internet to find useful information
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“Technology should not be integrated into college learning for the sake of using cool new tools to engage tech-savvy students” (Pacansky-Brock, 2013)
  • Prepare students for a successful life in our digital, interconnected, collaborative society.
best practices teacher presence
Best Practices: Teacher Presence
  • Frequent feedback
  • Timely grading
  • Quick response to student questions/problems
  • Interest in getting to know students
  • Communication using several methods
  • Adaptive and flexible
  • Incorporated life experiences
  • Fun, energetic

(Baran, Correla, & Thompson, 2013)

techniques and tools
Techniques and Tools
  • Visual and audio feedback
  • Video announcements and lectures
  • Well organized and visually pleasing LMS sites
  • Virtual office hours, communication with students (phone, chat, email, video, social networks)
  • Meaningful and engaging discussions
content and feedback
Content and Feedback
  • Jing
    • http://www.techsmith.com/jing
    • Free and paid upgrade
    • Video recording of computer screen/5 minutes
    • Screen capture
  • Camtasia
    • Fee discount for educators
    • Video screen capture and editing
    • http://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html
  • Voice Thread and Audacity (audio record & audit)
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Announcements Welcome to Marketing Strategies
  • Feedback on assignments Feedback on Advertisement Critiques
  • Virtual classes or group discussions
producing videos
Producing Videos
  • YouTube
    • Free
    • http://www.youtube.com
    • Private or public
  • Windows Movie Maker
  • iMovie for Mac
participatory learning environment
Participatory Learning Environment
  • Poll Everywhere
    • http://www.polleverywhere.com
    • Limited to 40 responses: free for educators
    • Text messaging, Twitter, web browser
  • Experiential
    • Digital simulations
    • Games
communication
Communication
  • Skype
  • Google Hangout
  • Social Media
    • FaceBook
    • Google+
    • Twitter
conclusion
Conclusion
  • Using today’s communication tools to reach today’s students
  • Disruptive technology
    • Print
    • Radio
    • TV
    • Internet/Web 2.0
  • Teacher presence
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