2 Today's Learning Goals: By the end of this workshop I will be able to: Identify key components of an online classroom Outline necessary features for an online classroom Explain which features are essential to include Review an online classroom model and evaluate it's effectiveness in meeting ministry expectations 2
3 Meeting Agenda Part 1: Introduction Why we are here? Who am I? Part 2: If you build it Online Classroom Inspection Requirements The Means for Classroom Delivery Learning Management System Options Online Teaching Methodology: Synchronous Versus Asynchronous Technical Requirements Roles and Responsibilities Course Development Innovative Assessment Tools
4 Agenda Cont Part 3: Meeting Ministry Guidelines Considerations of how we can meet Ministry guidelines Mechanisms to Monitor Student Work Mechanisms to Monitor Behaviour and Practice Tracking of the 110 Hours of Instruction How We Demonstrate Balanced Assessment Descriptive Feedback in the Assessment of our Students Essential Policies Part 4: Moodle Presentation & Hands-on Learning Opportunity Part 5: Conclusion
5 Part 1: Introduction Why are we here?
6 Why are we here?
7 Why are we here? E-Learning is by far the fastest growing area in education The Ministry of Education has not updated its e- learning Policy Document since January 30, This will no doubt be an area of increased scrutiny and further policy development in the near future by the Ministry of Education.
8 Why are we here? A Definition Problem: e-learning has become an all-encompassing catch-phrase for the application of computer technologies to education whether it occurs face-to-face in classrooms, in blended and hybrid courses, in mediated distance education contexts, or in online only e-learning environments
9 Why are we here? E-learning can take many forms and can include a range of online applications, including: Web-dependent: Students use the internet for key active elements of the program without significant reduction in classroom time Web-supplemented: Includes online components such as course outlines, lecture notes, use of , and links to external online resources.
10 Why are we here? E-learning can take many forms and can include a range of online applications, including: Mixed-mode: Students are required to participate in online activities, as part of course work. These online activities partially replace face-to-face teaching/learning. Classroom attendance remains significant to the course. Fully online: Students can follow courses offered in one location from another town, country or time zone.
11 Why are we here? In contrast to distance education, e-learning is more inclusive and can include both distance and traditional in-class instruction. Purpose: To enhance traditional classroom methods To present course-related materials online A communication tool between students/instructors An interactive device for students and course content
12 Who am I? My name is Christian Bayly and I am an elementary and secondary educator with ten years of experience working in private schools. A decade of Moodle experience creating Ontario curriculum compliant courses for all grade levels and subject areas Developed extensive training materials for education professionals.
13 Who am I? As a Moodle educator I develop courses, lessons, activities and quizzes for all learners Develop lessons and interactive activities Created and manage various Moodle databases Experience teaching online ESL
14 Part 2: If you Build It... Online Classroom Inspection Requirements
15 Online Classroom Inspection The Ministry's inspection of an online school is based on: a review of posted online content a review of asynchronous conferencing between teachers and students interviews with the principal and other school staff visits to synchronous online sessions and an examination of school documents and records, and of students work.
16 Online Classroom Inspection Online learning provides a course environment for learning must include: A text-based conferencing system Individual and/or group learning activities Asynchronous and/or synchronous learning activities Interactivity with learning materials and/or students Accessibility via the Internet from any location Frequent communication between teachers and students
17 Online Classroom Inspection If you are delivering your courses synchronously (in real time) you are required to include the inspector as an observer. List the dates of the sessions so that the inspector may choose to attend one or more of the sessions.
18 Online Classroom Inspection During a face-to-face visit the inspector will require you to demonstrate all components of course delivery and to outline how the course is delivered on a day-to-day basis.
19 The Means for Classroom Delivery The most important first step in discussing what is e-learning and how can use it in our schools we need to understand the software and how we put it into practice. A Learning Management System (LMS) is a software application for the administration, documentation, tracking, reporting and delivery of e-learning education courses or training programs.
20 The Means for Classroom Delivery A LMS is a program that sits on a server (internal or external) that allows you to provide educational experiences for your students
23 Learning Management System Options Proprietary learning management systems: Blackboard Learning System CERTPOINT Systems Inc. Desire2Learn ecollege Edmodo GlobalScholar Glow HotChalk Informetica ITWorx CLG JoomlaLMS Latitude Learning LLC Meridian Knowledge Solutions My Big Campus Ning QuestionMark Saba Software SAP Sclipo Schoology SharePointLMS SSLearn Spongelab SuccessFactors SumTotal Systems Taleo TeamWox Vitalect WebStudy Learning LMS
24 Synchronous Versus Asynchronous An online teaching methodology is usually presented as a choice between synchronous (real-time) teaching and learning versus asynchronous (not real-time) teaching and learning.
25 Synchronous Versus Asynchronous
26 Synchronous Use programs like Skype, Adobe Connect or WizIQ Lessons are taught as in a traditional classroom 110 hours: tracked through the lesson recording Ideal for all levels of learners It requires a strong internet connection
27 Asynchronous Designed around a LMS Assignments and course work are provided and submitted online Communication between the students, peers and the teacher Ideal for students old enough, and mature enough, to regulate their own learning
28 Synchronous Versus Asynchronous The difference between synchronous and asynchronous is not really a choice any educator or school should or even can make. The best online school environments make use of both technologies as they deliver educational experiences for their students.
29 Synchronous Versus Asynchronous The Ministry of Education expects to see actual teaching occurring between students and teachers on an ongoing basis. Teaching does not need to occur daily but there must be evidence of actual teaching. The reason for this is because only the Ministry has the authority to offer distance educational courses.
30 Technical Requirements A Learning Management System's Technical Requirements (Moodle): These are just minimums. It is recommend that you keep all of your software updated. Recommended minimum browser: recent Google Chrome, recent Mozilla Firefox, Safari 6, Internet Explorer Moodle upgrade: Moodle 2.2 or later Minimum DB versions: PostgreSQL 8.3, MySQL , MariaDB 5.3.5, MSSQL 2005 or Oracle 10.2 Minimum PHP version: PHP New recommended PHP extensions: zlib, OPcache
31 User Requirements User Requirements: The Ministry requires that you include in your Course Calendar a description of minimum hardware requirements.
32 Roles and Responsibilities There are two main administrators for a Learning Management System A System Administrator A Site Administrator
33 System Administrator The System Administrator is responsible for: Installing the software and database system Upgrading the software with updates and patches Installing any and all additional plugins If applicable; maintains the network If applicable; communicates with the server company Creating a system backup and redundancy within the network
34 Site Administrator The Site Administrator is responsible for: Work within the software and system to create an appealing, user-friendly learning/teaching experience Creates courses, tests and lessons Teach and holds workshops with staff on software use Debug the system Maintains site settings Maintain the internal database of users Site backups of the courses
35 Principal s Responsibility Providing an orientation program to teachers teaching an e- learning course Providing an orientation program to students taking their e- learning courses to validate the student s suitability for e- learning and to prepare them for this style of learning Ensuring that outlines of the courses of study are available for examination Assigning teachers to teach the online courses and ensuring the courses are included in the required teacher workload Monitoring the online behaviour of teachers and students
36 Teacher Responsibility Ensuring that when any modifications are made to an e- learning course, the course continues to meet all requirements of the Ontario provincial curriculum Providing the final assessment and/or examination to student s home school principal for completion Communicating information on student progress to parents and students regularly Conducting parent-teacher interviews: telephone, videoconferencing and
37 Students Responsibility Applying for an e-learning course Participating in any e-learning orientation provided Following all delivering school policies with respect to acceptable use and student conduct Informing the principal and/or guidance counselor if he/she wishes to withdraw from an e-learning course
38 Course Development The Ministry of Education views private schools as a business and in a lot of ways a private school must function in that role. When a customer comes into an establishment their experience should be:
39 Predictable When a customer takes a class through your school and they have a good experience then they are likely to recommend your school to their friends and become a repeat customer. Creating a high level of consistency in the course design, unit and lesson layout, lesson delivery model and the assessment and evaluation procedures will provide your customers with a predictable experience
40 Reliable The stability of your network and the consistent reliable access to the LMS at any given time is essential. The capacity of a server to maintain itself with high traffic is determined by your original agreement with your server company. I recommend always airing on the side of safety and overcompensating on what you need.
41 Affordability Students, and parents, need to feel like they are getting an affordable experience. The experience should be of good value for their dollar so they will not feel like they are being mistreated. The average going rate for a 1.0 course is about $500.
42 Desirability The course must meet with their expectations. Resources should be available, communicating with instructors and administration should be easy. The courses should be made presentable and visually appealing. Clutter should be eliminated and rules and procedures should be transparent.
43 Innovative Assessment Tools There is a large community of individual programmers who are constantly adding plugins that work to enhance the LMS software. There are tons of assessment tools available for download and installation.
44 Part 3: Meeting MOE Guidelines Considerations of how we can meet Ministry guidelines
45 Considerations The Education Ministry expects a varied assessment strategies over the duration of the course that may include: Contributions to online discussion groups (IMPORTANT) Completion of online assignments Portfolio submissions (IMPORTANT) Projects and presentations (real-time video, video or audio recorded presentations, website development, and submission of assignments) Discussion areas, chat rooms and/or real time communication tools are used to clarify learning goals and to co-construct success criteria (IMPORTANT).
46 Monitoring Student Work Moodle allows teachers and school administrators to generate a school, class and individual log report of all activity that occurs in an activity, course or in the entire school. This log report can be downloaded and saved in Excel, Text or ODS. Tests and quizzes also generate logs for individual and class averages.
47 Tracking the 110 Hours Using the log report you can also choose one student alone and monitor their individual usage. When creating lessons and activities it is best to create a conservative view of the time it will take to complete the activity. It is always best to air on the side of caution when it comes to the time it will take to complete the activity. It has also been recommended to encourage students to keep a learning log.
48 Balanced Assessment Assessment needs to be balanced in the sense that there needs to be an abundance of For and As learning opportunities for students as well as Of evaluations. There needs to be a balance between Product, Observation and Conversation.
49 Product Students are constantly creating work when either in a regular classroom or in a virtual one. Students are submitting assignments, answering quizzes and tests as well as writing reports. All of this information is saved, organized and categorized very careful by the LMS.
50 Observation Students are observed both by the log reports as well as in their participation in collaborative activities with their classmates and instructor. If the course incorporates a program like Adobe Connect, Skype or WizIQ then virtual classes can be recorded.
51 Conversation Tools like forums, chat rooms as well as virtual learning environments like Skype, WizIQ or Adobe Connect provide ample opportunity for communication to be provided as evidence during an inspection.
52 Descriptive Feedback Feedback is information linked to success criteria. Descriptive feedback can be ed to the student and then a written response with a signature can be uploaded into a dropbox for the instructor to keep.
53 Essential Policies The Ministry provides a list of required policies and procedures that need to be created if you are offering online courses: Attendance Contacting students and parents who fail to log-in Log-in Expectations Absences Recording Indications of online and offline activities Exam Proctoring Process How are oral communication expectations met
54 Moodle Plugins
55 Part 4: Moodle Presentation Please open a web-browser and type in: Click login and type: Username: guest# Password: Guest_# The number will be provided to you during the presentation
56 Part 5: Conclusion Are there any questions?
57 Thank you very much!
58 Thank you very much For attending this workshop
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