2 Ice Breaker Introduce yourself Where are you from? What should I see if I visit your city?
3 Take a Harbor Cruise in San Diego
4 Visit La Jolla Shores
5 Overview Why teach online? Advantages/disadvantages? What are some best practices? Engaging students online An overview of my class Share your ideas
6 PowerPoint and related documents posted online at: Click on Conferences Also Instructor Manual Faculty Resources
7 Online Education is Increasing One third of all college students took an online course last year. Online education grew 10% last year as compared to 2% for traditional education. Online education grew 22% in community colleges. Not enough online courses available to meet the demand.
8 Why teach online? Think, Pair, Share
9 Why teach online? Access Working students Veterans Parents Disabled Distance Convenience Opportunities provided by technology
10 Researcher Arthur Levine Undergraduate education would be improved: 78% Classes made greater use of technology 78% If professors made greater use of technology 52% If more blended courses were offered 33% If more courses were offered completely online
11 Are there some disadvantages of online education? Think Pair Share
12 Online education is improving For community colleges 72% complete their online courses. 76% complete their F2F courses. We know what works.
13 Foundations for Best Practice Vocal Visible Organized Compassionate Analytical Lead by example From: Best Practices in Online Teaching Strategies, Hanover Research Council
14 Visibility Class schedule Website Blog Announcements Text messages
15 Visibility begins with the class schedule. It connects students to my website.
18 The Blog Visibility and interaction start before the class begins. Meet the professor. Introduce yourself. Describe your educational journey. Make a personal connection.
21 My Recording Studio
23 Use remind.com to send text messages
24 Organization Welcome letter Calendar Syllabus Course Management System (such as Blackboard)
25 The Welcome Letter What is the course about? Why should you take it? What are the benefits? Myths about online courses Time commitment required Being an independent online learner Begin the first week How you begin the class sets the stage for student involvement and success. A copy is provided at
29 Compassion The first 2 weeks are critical Help students get to know one another. Rules for conduct; be kind to others. Get to know your students and their individual situations. Follow up on any missing work.
30 Deadlines Vs. Milestones v Students are not given credit for late work v Allow adult learners some flexibility on the rate of learning. v Set milestones. v Reward accomplishment. v Late form
31 Analytical Assignments that encourage creative and critical thinking Clear expectations Timely grading of assignments and posting grades Current grade in course available each week
33 Lead by Example The professor sets the tone and provides leadership How you begin is how you will end Modeling Showing examples
34 Interactivity The heart and soul of online education Interactivity with: The professor Other students The textbook The Internet
35 Interactive Online Textbook
46 Immediate Feedback
48 Faculty Portfolio
49 My Students
55 From Dr. Marsha Fralick
56 Personalization Personality type (Do What You Are) Learning style (Productivity Environmental Preference Survey) Multiple intelligences (MI Advantage) I must say that I am really enjoying how personal this textbook feels. It helps me to think about my future. Mariessa O Neil
61 Quality Online Education Visible Organized Compassionate Analytical Lead by example Interactive!
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