PLANNING INSTRUCTION AND TRAINING: Topic Outline

A. Large Group Planning and Implementation

B.  Seminar Planning and Implementation

C.  Small Group Planning and Implementation

D. Experiential Learning: Planning and Implementation     (Authors: T. Gallineau &   C. Iannaccone)

E.  Simulation Planning and Implementation

 

The Guide

PART I:  TEACHING ON-LINE VIA COURSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS. 2

COURSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS V. WEB PAGES & BOARDS. 2

Major Features of Course Management Systems. 2

Use of Web Pages & Web Boards. 2

COURSE DELIVERY MODALITIES. 2

Traditional Classroom.. 2

Web-enhanced. 2

Hybrid. 2

Web-based. 2

ORGANIZING THE ON-LINE COURSE.. 2

DISCUSSION FORUMS. 2

Web-enhanced. 2

Instructions for Students Grading Rubric. 3

When to use Groups. 3

Hybrid. 3

Instructions for Students Grading Rubric. 3

When to use Groups. 3

Web-based. 3

Instructions for Students Grading Rubric. 3

When to use Groups. 3

Talk with Professor 3

Internet Café/Bulletin Board. 3

ONLINE LECTURES. 3

Pros and Cons of Online lectures in Web-enhanced Courses. 3

Writing the Online Lecture for Hybrid and Web-based Courses. 3

Video and Sound. 3

Checklist before Posting. 3

ASSESSMENTS. 3

Quizzes. 3

Examinations. 3

Fieldwork. 3

Essays. 3

Research Papers. 3

The Controversy over Cheating. 3

PART II:  GRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE COURSES. 3

Graduate. 3

Undergraduate. 3

PART I:  TEACHING ON-LINE VIA COURSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

COURSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS V. WEB PAGES & BOARDS

Major Features of Course Management Systems

Use of Web Pages & Web Boards

COURSE DELIVERY MODALITIES

Traditional Classroom

Web-enhanced
Hybrid

Web-based

<<Table 1:  Course Delivery Modalities, Compared>>

OWNERSHIP, ACCESS, AND WORK SITE ISSUES

Proprietary or Non-proprietary?

Can your supervisor be given access to your course without permission?

Dealing with suspicious colleagues—is she/he really teaching?:  importance of student course evaluations & other student feedback on the experience

 

ORGANIZING THE ON-LINE COURSE

  • Use of Modules—length for each module, etc.
  • Features to discuss in this section—Private communication with students, Resource Page, Announcements, Calendar, Student Course Evaluations (essential)
  • Techniques for Enhancing Participation—problem of the absent student, etc.
  • Introduce Lectures, Discussion Forums, and Assessments—merit their own sections?

DISCUSSION FORUMS

Web-enhanced

Instructions for Students Grading Rubric

When to use Groups

Hybrid

Instructions for Students Grading Rubric

When to use Groups

Web-based

Instructions for Students Grading Rubric

When to use Groups

 Talk with Professor

Internet Café/Bulletin Board

ONLINE LECTURES

Pros and Cons of Online lectures in Web-enhanced Courses

Writing the Online Lecture for Hybrid and Web-based Courses

Video and Sound

Checklist before Posting

ASSESSMENTS

Quizzes

Examinations

Fieldwork

Essays

Research Papers

The Controversy over Cheating

PART II:  GRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE COURSES

Graduate

Undergraduate