Face to Face vs Online Teaching

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Published on September 18, 2007

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IDT Roundtable Online vs. Face-to-Face Instruction : IDT Roundtable Online vs. Face-to-Face Instruction Feb. 22, 2006 (Wed.), K-State Union 212 Ben Ward, Swasati Mukherjee and Shalin Hai-Jew Research Threads : Research Threads Instructional strategies for eLearning/ DL/ DE/ online learning Academic quality and evaluation for quality Virtual teaming, online creativity and synergies Online community building Theoretical underpinnings Online assessments Instructional design Research Threads (cont.) : Research Threads (cont.) Asynchronicity and synchronicity Gaming and simulations, artificial intelligence Educational technologies Communications strategies: Humanizing, telepresence, and socializing Academic dishonesty Digital copyright and intellectual property Research Threads (cont.) : Research Threads (cont.) Online ethics Accessibility and accommodating for learning disabilities Administration in distance learning, policy analysis, budgeting, standards setting, and oversight Cultural angles Learning objects and reusability Research Threads (cont.) : Research Threads (cont.) Support for OL learning through e-moderators, facilitators, e-librarians, advisors, and technologies Regionalisms: subject-, culture-, group- and individual- based online teaching and learning Online learning for K-12, and others Main Research Methodologies : Main Research Methodologies Quantitative (surveys, student behavioral data, datamining, sampling, etc.) Qualitative (immersion, observations, case studies, online lurking, firsthand experiences, interviews, fieldwork, meta-analyses, etc.) Mixed methods (combinations) Main Research Methodologies (cont.) : Main Research Methodologies (cont.) Theoretical / Conceptual Underpinnings Instrumentation Coding of Data Collection of Info Data Analysis Conclusions and Applications Main Debates : Main Debates The “No Significant Difference” findings in terms of learning outcomes between f-2-f and online The Digital Divide and the haves and have-nots “Screen Effect” and applicability Reusability re: learning objects standards Technology’s effect/non-effect on learning Cross-Fertilization of Ideas : Cross-Fertilization of Ideas Online teaching and learning borrow learning theories and practices from f-2-f research (learning styles, best practices, Bloom’s taxonomy, Gagne’s “9 events”, Knowles’ andragogy, and constructivism). F-2-f teaching and learning borrow from online. Online Resources : Online Resources Penn State University’s DEOS Listserv http://lists.psu.edu/cgi-bin/wa?SUBED1=deos-l&A=1 National Education Association http://www2.nea.org/he/abouthe/techip.html Online Teaching and Distance Learning http://www.page-designs.com/office/teaching.html (Some) Print Resources : (Some) Print Resources Waterhouse’s Power of eLearning Clark & Mayer’s eLearning and the Science of Instruction Conrad & Donaldson’s Engaging the Online Learner Palloff & Pratt Smith & Ragan Instructional Design (Some) Print Resources (cont.) : (Some) Print Resources (cont.) Nemiro’s Creativity in Virtual Teams Smaldino, et al.’sTeaching and Learning at a Distance: Foundations of Distance Education Jossey-Bass New Directions for Teaching and Learning Series Educational Technology & Society (ejournal) Educational Technology (print journal) Conclusion : Conclusion Which research threads are most relevant to you? What sort of research do you find most convincing? What can you contribute to this field of eLearning in terms of unique insights? The Game : The Game TECHNOLOGY TRANSITIONING FROM F2F TO OL ONLINE TEACHING STRATEGIES COMMUNITY BUILDING ONLINE HYBRID COURSES ONLINE STUDENTS ONLINE COMMUNICATIONS ONLINE CULTURE Way to Play : Way to Play Meet and greet each other. Select a note-taker. Select a speaker. Choose two questions each from your tables. From the two questions, choose one that you’d like to answer in your small group. (Swap questions secretly.) Way to Play (cont.) : Way to Play (cont.) Share your insights with the group. The note taker should record the group’s shared insights. You’ll have 15- 20 minutes to discuss. Community Among Us : Community Among Us Presentations will occur, and individuals who wouldn’t mind being academic resources for the online teaching community will be recorded here, and their contact information will be sent out to all participants who’ve signed in with email addresses today. Presentations : Presentations TECHNOLOGY TRANSITIONING FROM F-2-F TO OL ONLINE TEACHING STRATEGIES COMMUNITY BUILDING ONLINE HYBRID COURSES ONLINE STUDENTS ONLINE COMMUNICATIONS ONLINE CULTURE

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