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Enhancing Student Success Using Technology. Cindy Vinson, Dean Learning Technologies Presented to Social Science/Humanities Division Sept. 19, 2002. Learning Technologies Overview. Mission to use technology to enhance learning Instructional and learning challenges Collaboration

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enhancing student success using technology

Enhancing Student Success Using Technology

Cindy Vinson, Dean Learning Technologies

Presented to

Social Science/Humanities Division

Sept. 19, 2002

learning technologies overview
Learning Technologies Overview
  • Mission to use technology to enhance learning
    • Instructional and learning challenges
    • Collaboration
    • Research technologies for practical application
  • Broadcast Media Center - Marty Kahn
  • Jane Ostrander - Technical Trainer
  • Heidi King - Instructional Designer
  • Drake Lewis - Web Programmer
  • Ana Gamaza - Graphic Designer
  • Robert Griffiths - Instructional Designer
the big picture
The Big Picture
  • “Any individual can participate in online education programs regardless of geographic location, age, physical limitation, or personal schedule. Everyone can access repositories of educational materials, easily recalling past lessons, updating skills, or selecting from among different teaching methods in order to discover the most effective ways of learning. Educational programs can be customized to each individual’s needs, so that the information revolution reaches everyone and personal digital libraries provide a mechanism for managing one’s accumulated knowledge resources. Learning involves all our senses, to help focus each student’s attention and better communicate educational material.”

From: Information Technology Research:

Investing in Our Future

Report to the President, Bill Clinton, February 1999

President’s Information Technology Advisory Committee

big picture fhda
Big Picture FHDA
  • Diffuse best practices through examples, training, mentoring, models, pilot projects
  • Support efforts to develop hybrid instruction
  • Identify challenges and find or develop solutions
  • Work with groups of faculty to create instruction that can be shared and used in a variety of ways
  • Focus on practical and effective learning technologies
what s manila
What’s Manila?
  • Web site creation tool
    • Templates
    • Standard based (uses HTML in background)
  • Features
    • Looks like De Anza web site
    • Instant viewing of pages
    • Upload files to the server or type them into web pages
    • Discussion feature (if you choose to use)
  • Practical and effective
    • Inexpensive
    • Saves department money
    • Log in whenever you have Internet access
from here to there
From Here to There

When no one lives on campus, how do we easily create the presence of a community to support learning?

start with the basics
Start with the Basics
  • Contact information
  • Syllabus
  • Notices about coming events
  • Example
    • Communication
use your web site as a bridge
Use Your Web Site as a Bridge
  • Frequently used to direct student learning
  • May use some of the following:
    • Discussion features of Manila
    • Links to other resources
    • Examples of well-done homework
    • Study questions
    • Self-assessments
  • Examples
    • Hints for homework
    • Discussions
    • How to be successful
designing for student success
Designing for Student Success
  • Rethink curriculum what do students find challenging
  • Create online support to help students
  • Create case studies, simulations, and examples to develop the “enduring understanding”
  • Work with Heidi King, Robert Griffiths, and your division colleagues to create sharable learning content
use technology and whatever else works
Use Technology and Whatever Else Works!
  • Use multiple delivery modes such as classroom, video, web
  • May reduce classroom instructional time or conduct small group sessions for students as course content is delivered differently
  • Multiple delivery modes ideally offer an advantage over just one mode
  • Examples
    • Portal to WebCT
    • Discussions as another form of writing
the learning organization
The Learning Organization
  • New learning paradigm based on offering options so more students can achieve content mastery. These may include:
    • Options for classroom, video, online or any combination
    • Multiple ways to learn concepts
    • Multiple ways to demonstrate content mastery
    • Multiple learning tracks (accelerated, traditional, extended)
  • Focus on learning outcomes and individual students
next steps
Next Steps
  • Start with a web presence
  • Sign up for a Manila Basics class
  • Contact Jane Ostrander (ostranderjane@fhda.edu) ext. 8206 for assistance
  • Bookmark the Faculty Support Site
  • Request a division training
  • Request special training to accommodate your schedule