we wtorek 22 września o godz. 18:00 zapraszamy ponownie na spotkanie online ze Stephanie Moore z Univeristy of New Mexico na temat nauczania zdalnego na poziomie uniwersyteckim pt. „Strategies for Effective Online Learning: Interaction, Feedback and Assessment?”.
Będziemy kontynuować temat zapoczątkowany webinarem w czerwcu, którego nagranie obejrzało prawie 2 tysiące osób. Dziękujemy Ośrodkowi Studiów Amerykańskich Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego za inspirację do jego organizacji.
Who: Stephanie Moore, Assistant Professor Organization, Information and Learning Sciences, College of University Libraries and Learning Sciences, University of New Mexico
What: Strategies for Effective Online Learning: Interaction, Feedback and Assessment?
In this session, a follow-on from Dr. Moore’s previous session, we will dive into specific research-grounded strategies you can use in your online classes to create an effective learning experience that is engaging for your learners. We will cover three types of interaction you can use as key concepts to anchor your course design and planning with specific examples of each. We’ll also talk about feedback as a critical form of interaction in online learning and the role it plays in increasing presence, decreasing distance, and supporting the learning process. We will also briefly cover assessment ideas for online beyond tests and quizzes to generate creative solutions for your online classes. The session will end with an open Q&A time where Dr. Moore can help address whatever lingering questions you have as you prepare for class and cover common additional questions she receives. She also will provide her notes for this session along with a “job aid” you can use to map out your plan for interaction and assessment and develop a communication and implementation plan to help you get off on the right start in the days leading up to your class and after class starts.
When: Tuesday September 22 at 18:00-19:30
Where: Zoom meeting in English. Registration required
Prosimy o rejestrację tutaj: https://forms.gle/m53x9kmZFkqinMUS6 do poniedziałku 21 września godz. 12:00. Osoby zarejestrowane otrzymają link do wydarzenia na ZOOM mailem zwrotnym. Liczba miejsc ograniczona.
Zapraszamy do zadawania pytań ekspertce przy rejestracji.
Stephanie Moore is Assistant Professor Organization, Information and Learning Sciences (OILS) in the College of University Libraries and Learning Sciences at University of New Mexico. Prior to joining the OILS program, she was Assistant Professor of Instructional Design & Technology in the Curry School of Education and Human Development at University of Virginia. In 2018, she received the Casteen Teaching Fellowship, named for the former president of the University of Virginia, and accompanying grant from the Institute for Practical Ethics and Public Life to further develop her work on ethics of learning technologies. She is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Computing in Higher Education. She has served as President of the Division for Systemic Change in the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) and has served as President of the AECT Foundation. She has presented at the International Society for Performance Improvement. Recent awards include the AECT Presidential Award for Excellence and Award for Distinguished Service to the Change Division. Across her career she has helped to build and lead effective online learning solutions that have won multiple awards and recognitions such as the AACTE Innovation of the Year Award and the Leadership in Education award presented by the Southern Piedmont Technology Council. The latest online program for which she led the development is now ranked #3 in its category. She presently consults with clients on a range of projects including online learning, the use of technology for learning, and organizational performance improvement. Her areas of expertise include online and blended learning, educational / learning technologies, instructional planning and development, educational system strategic planning and strategic technology integration, and incorporation of ethics (e.g. societal impact) into the design and planning process.