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  1. Cte OnlineCourse Development Renee Citlau citlau_r@auhsd.us

  2. Objectives • Explain my journey in online learning • Understand the online course development process • Review the components of quality online courses • Describe various software • Explain the benefits of online learning • Provide online learning resources

  3. My Online Journey • Motivated by Master’s Degree in Educational Technology (1997) • Integrated Moodle in face-to-face classes • Piloted first online class (2006) • AUHSD Lead online teacher ( 2009 to date) • Curriculum development training • Technology support

  4. Learning is interactive when learners are actively engaged in a variety of activities, and along with their peers and teacher, they are co-constructors of knowledge. The learning environment provides a sense of a learning community within which participants collaborate with others to negotiate and share meanings. Engaging the Online Learner, p.3

  5. CTE OnlineCourses • Accounting 1 • Accounting 2 • Web Page Design

  6. Online CTE Courses • Increased course enrollment • Accounting • Partnerships with IRS, United Way, & the Legal Aid Society • Incorporate up-to-date resources • Students earn Basic & Intermediate certification with the IRS • Prepare tax returns as a community service • Equitable access to the curriculum

  7. Course DevelopmentDecisions • Select Learning Management System (LMS) • Determine course layout • Weeks or topics

  8. Course Development Software Decisions • Web conferencing software • SoftChalkto embed lessons • SnagIt • Jing, Camtasia, Adobe Captivate • Garageband, Audacity

  9. Course DevelopmentComponents • Community building discussions and activities • Collaborative learning • Web 2.0 tools • Communication • Student-to-student • Student-to-teacher AUHSD

  10. Course Development Components • Discussions that promote higher-order thinking skills • Habits of Mind development • Perseverance • Thinking about our thinking (Metacognition) • Questioning and posing problems • Thinking and communicating with clarity and precision • Thinking interdependently

  11. Course DevelopmentComponents • Student feedback early in the course • End-of-course surveys • Support documents and resources • Help! Discussion • Student –to-student • Consistent layout

  12. Benefits for Students • Collaborative learning environment • Flexible scheduling • Increased course offerings • Instruction that integrates 21st Century skills • Development of Habits of Mind AUHSD

  13. How can online learning change teaching and learning?

  14. How do I develop an Online Course?

  15. Create a Weekly Outline Add Titles to Weeks & Assignments

  16. Add Standards to Each Week

  17. Expand the Outline to Include Headings

  18. Include points, time, objectives, and overview

  19. Include instructions

  20. Include how it will be graded

  21. Software Resources • Software • Open Office • Flash Player • Adobe Reader • Java • Quicktime • Firefox and Internet Explorer

  22. Course Creation Process • LMS and software selection • Create a semester weekly outline with headings and assignment titles • Add standards to each week • Add headings (points, time, objectives, overview, lesson, instructions, grading) to each assignment • Develop each assignment • Develop course resource materials for students

  23. Successful Online Teachers • Present • Approachable • Developed through announcements, discussions, and email • Facilitators • Accessible

  24. Beginning of Course • Student orientation • Clear expectations • Parent and student welcome email before course begins • Communicate regularly with parents, students, and counselors

  25. Questions?

  26. Works Cited Elbaum, Bonnie, Cynthia McIntyre, and Alese Smith. Essential Elements. Madison Wisconsin: Atwood Publishing, 2002. Print. Palloff, Rene, and Keith Pratt. Collaborating Online. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Boss, 2005. Print. Conrad, Rita-Marie, and J. Ana Donaldson. Engaging the Online Learner. San Francisco, CA: 2004. Print. . "The Institute for Habits of Mind." . N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Feb 2012. <http://www.instituteforhabitsofmind.com/>. Fisher, Douglas, Nancy Frey, and Carol Rothenberg. Content-Area Conversations. Alexandria, VA: ASCD. 2008.

  27. Contact Information • Renee Citlau • citlau_r@auhsd.us