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If you are having technical problems, please contact course support 608-262-0609. . Welcome! UW-Extension CEOEL Faculty Development Webinar: Teaching in D2L. Jing Wang and John Oppenheimer. Madison. We are going to talk about….

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welcome uw extension ceoel faculty development webinar teaching in d2l

Welcome!UW-Extension CEOEL Faculty Development Webinar: Teaching in D2L

Jing Wang and John Oppenheimer

we are going to talk about
We are going to talk about…
  • Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education (Seven Principles)
  • Basic Functions in Desire2Learn (D2L)
1987 chickering and gamson seven principles
1987: Chickering and Gamson, “Seven Principles”

Educationally Crucial Activities

Outcomes

  • Student-faculty contact
  • Student-student collaboration
  • Active learning
  • Prompt feedback
  • Time on task
  • Higher expectations
  • Value diverse ways of learning

http://honolulu.hawaii.edu/intranet/committees/FacDevCom/guidebk/teachtip/7princip.htm

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Strategies:
  • Instructional scaffolding
  • Create assignments that require students to react to real life scenarios, etc.
  • Orchestrate interactive group projects
  • Use the Self-Tests for active review of materials
  • Vary the choice of ways students can complete assignment
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Strategies:
  • Let students know what type of feedback to expect from you & how often it will be provided
  • Post the grading schedule
  • Publish “office hours” on the course website
  • Hold “office hours” by video-conferencing, email, phone, etc.
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Strategies:
  • Provide examples of expected quality of work
  • Release statistics along with grades, so that students can see how they are performing as compared to the rest of the class (stats can give the mean grade and/or the frequencies).
  • Use the "Release Conditions" feature to release course info only as students achieve a certain level of success on a test.
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Strategies:
  • Utilize technology
    • Post audio and/or video recordings of lectures
    • Use graphics to supplement written information
    • Provide a dynamic, synchronous, interactive learning environment through chat and videoconferencing
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A learning management system (LMS) is a software application for the administration, documentation, tracking, and reporting of training programs, classroom and online events, e-learning programs, and training content
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