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Presented at Sloan-C Blended Conference, Denver, CO, 7.9.14.

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  • Evaluating the Effectiveness of Faculty Development Programs for Blended Instruction July 9th, 2014 Sloan-C Blended Conference Tanya Joosten, @tjoosten, and Dylan Barth, @dylanbarth University of Wisconsin Milwaukee tjoosten@uwm.edu | djbarth@uwm.edu
  • Tech Enhanced Blended Online Traditional Self-paced MOOCs Flex Faculty development programs and pedagogical consultation Technology training and support Evaluation and research About us
  • About UWM Online
  • What is blended?
  • A Backwards Design Approach to Evaluation
  • Evaluation planning Input Medium (F2F or Online) Instructor demographics Discipline Course level Process Defining good blended and online course Defining pedagogical model Designing faculty development program Output Course level Program and Institutional level
  • F2F is not the gold standard Focus on the processthe pedagogy Inputs
  • Define a good blended and online course Define pedagogical model Design a faculty development program Process
  • Step 1: Defining effective
  • 1. What is a good blended course? What pedagogical model facilitates a good blended course?
  • Good course Higher retention Better grades on assessment Quizzes and exams Projects and papers Overall Satisfied students Future enrollments Learning Engaging Enrollments
  • Pedagogical model Content Text Images Audio Video Interactivity Discussions Groups Feedback Assessment Written and oral examination Discursive Portfolio
  • Content
  • Interactivity
  • Assessment Cognitive Affective Psychomotor or Behavioral Individual Group Projects Discussions Writing Quizzes
  • Step 2: Facilitating success
  • 2. What elements and format should be considered in designing and developing a faculty development program? What opportunities and experiences should be available to help instructors learn effective practices in design, delivery, and teaching blended courses?
  • UWMs faculty development
  • Ten questions Designing learning modules Online vs. F2F - Integration Decision rubric for content choices Learning objects Content Progressive/summative Before, during, and after Self evaluation Peer evaluation Student evaluation Course Evaluation Rubrics CATs Templates Traditional formats Assessment Synchronous/asynchronous Establishing voice Discussion forums Small groups Interactivity Managing expectations Time management Technology support Helping Your Students Staying organized Managing workload Avoiding course and a half Course Management Course Redesign Transitioning to online and blended teaching Pedagogy and more
  • Experience
  • F2F 1 3 hrs Online 1 F2F 2 3 hrs Online 2 F2F 3 3 hrs Showcase 3 hrs Post- Program Blended
  • Backwards design
  • Active learning
  • Practice-based
  • Participant Self- Reflection Progressive Participant Evaluation Facilitator Self- Reflection Summative Participant Evaluation Program evaluation
  • Step 3: Documenting success
  • 3. How will you know when faculty are providing quality online and blended courses? What tools or services could be provided for evaluating the effectiveness of online and blended courses? How will quality be communicated to others?
  • Did it work? CC Flickr katherine.a
  • Course evaluation
  • Course evaluation
  • Student Evaluation Data Course evaluation
  • Course evaluation
  • Who is your audience? What variables will be examined? How will the data be collected? analyzed? How (and where) will the data be presented? Who will be involved in the evaluation process? When will the evaluation be completed? Evaluation plan
  • Audience
  • Input Process Output Students Interactivity Students/Faculty Demographics Communication Learning Age Engagement Satisfaction Gender Social Presence Performance Ethnicity Content Student Status Assessment Course/Institutional Data Full time/Part time Retention Employment Status Drop/Withdrawal Rate Zip Code Grade Course/Instructor Evaluation Course Discipline Course Level Instructor Mode of Delivery Variables
  • Collecting
  • Analyzing
  • Dissemination CC Flickr bengray
  • Human Resources CC Flickr Vandy CFT
  • Timeline CC Flickr zamboni.andrea
  • Challenges CC Flickr EverExplore
  • Questions
  • Thank you! Tanya Joosten, tjoosten@uwm.edu, @tjoosten Dylan Barth, djbarth@uwm.edu, @dylanbarth