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Handing the Design Over to the Instructor

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Handing the Design over to the Instructor – Veronica Diaz (TH, 12/4, 3:15-4:45p)

This session will review launch and implementation considerations and strategies that will support the learner, faculty and other support personnel. Topics will include student readiness, technology considerations, and student crisis points.

 

HANDOUTS & MATERIALS

PowerPoint Presentation (ppt)

Tools for Assessing Student Readiness for Online Learning (wiki page)

Planning Template for Assessing and Addressing Student Readiness (pdf)

Implementation Cases

Planning Template to Prepare for, Identify, and Preempt Student Crisis Points (pdf)

 

Time

Topic

Aid

Activities

Materials

3.15-4

How to support a course that is ready for launch

1.      Supporting the learner

a.     Assessing readiness in

                 i.     Skills (reading)

                ii.     Learning styles

               iii.     Work and study habits

               iv.     Technical requirements (hardware, software, connectivity)

                v.     Need and immediacy for course

               vi.     Feedback preferences

              vii.     Ability to self-help (when things are difficult)

             viii.     Attitude toward the nature of learning online

 

 

PPT

 Developing a plan to identify and address lack of readiness (20 minutes)

 

Report out on plans (10 

Tools for Assessing Student Readiness for Online Learning (wiki page)

 

Planning Template for Assessing and Addressing Student Readiness

 

Implementation Cases

 

 

4-4.45

b.     Supporting the faculty member

                 i.     Reviewing the phases and potential student crisis points in a course

                ii.     Technological crisis points

               iii.     Curricular-related crisis points

PPT

Developing a plan to prepare for, identify, and preempt student crisis points throughout the course (20 minutes)

 

Report out on plans (10 minutes)

 

 

Planning Template to Prepare for, Identify, and Preempt Student Crisis Points

 

Implementation Cases 

 

 

 

 

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