Online Teaching at Its Best

Merging Instructional Design with Teaching and Learning Research
 
 
Jossey-Bass Inc.,U.S. (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 8. November 2017
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  • 264 Seiten
 
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978-1-119-24231-4 (ISBN)
 
Bring pedagogy and cognitive science to online learning environments
Online Teaching at Its Best: A Merger of Instructional Design with Teaching and Learning Research is the scholarly resource for online learning that faculty, instructional designers, and administrators have long been awaiting. Over 70 percent of degree-granting institutions offer online classes, and while technical resources abound, the courses often fall short of integrating the best practices in online pedagogy, even if they comply with online course design standards. Typically these standards omit the best practices in teaching and learning and the principles from cognitive science, leaving students struggling to keep the pace, understand the material, and fulfill their true potential as learners. This book fills the gap, providing evidence-based practices for online teaching, online course design, and online student motivation integrated with pedagogical and cognitive science to help you build the distance learning courses and programs your students deserve.
As more and more students opt for distance learning, it's up to designers and instructors to rethink traditional methods and learn to work more effectively within the online learning environment, and up to administrators to provide the needed leadership. Online Teaching at Its Best provides practical, real-world advice grounded in educational science to help online instructors, instructional designers, and administrators deliver an exceptional learning experience.
* Adopt new pedagogical techniques designed specifically for online learning environments
* Ensure strong course alignment and effective student learning for online classes
* Increase student retention, build necessary support structures, and train faculty more effectively
* Integrate research-based course design and cognitive psychology into graduate or undergraduate programs
Distance is no barrier to a great education; what do stand in the way are inadequate online course design and implementation and deficient faculty training and support--all of which administrators can mitigate. Online Teaching at Its Best will help you ensure that your online classes measure up to the rigor and quality of excellence in teaching and assessment, build in the personal touch for developing a learning community and equip your students to succeed in the next challenge.
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John Wiley & Sons Inc
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978-1-119-24231-4 (9781119242314)
1119242312 (1119242312)
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LINDA B. NILSON is director emerita of the Office of Teaching Effectiveness and Innovation (OTEI) at Clemson University and author of Teaching at Its Best: A Research-Based Resource for College Instructors (Jossey-Bass), now in its fourth edition.
LUDWIKA A. GOODSON is Associate Director for Faculty Development at the Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching at Purdue University Fort Wayne.
The Authors
Preface
Acknowledgments
1 Teaching at Its Best, No Matter What the Environment
Teaching Quality as Key
The Special Challenges of Online Learning
The Special Challenges That Online Faculty Face
Teaching and Learning across Environments
Reflections
2 Setting Significant Outcomes
The Need for Reflecting on What We Teach
How Content Becomes the Wrong Driver
A Meaningful Destination for the Learning Enterprise
Examples of Significant Learning from Instructional Design
Examples of Significant Learning from College Courses
Examples of Significant Learning from Adaptive Learning
The Process of Reflection
Reflections
3 Designing a Coherent Course
Online Course Design Standards
Phases of Course Design
Structuring Your Course
Course Templates and Maps: Aids to Course Design
Writing and Sequencing Learning Outcomes
Developing Valid Assessments
Mapping Learning Activities to Outcomes
Choosing Online Course Content
Online Copyright Guidelines
The Syllabus: What to Include
Organizing Your Files for Yourself and Your Students
Reflections
4 Applying Cognitive Science to Online Teaching and Learning Strategies
25 Principles of Learning from Cognitive Science
How These Principles Can Inform Online Course Design and Teaching
Reflections
5 Motivating Elements: Course Policies, Communications, Assessments, and More
Motivation, Effort, and Achievement
Too Much of a Good Thing?
Categories of Motivators: Intrinsic and Extrinsic
Reinforcing and Punishing
Capturing Attention
Ensuring Relevance
Encouraging Goal Expectancy and Self-Efficacy
Creating Satisfaction
Fostering Social Belonging
Motivating as Our Major Task
Reflections
6 Developing Interactivity, Social Connections, and Community
The Effects of Interactions on Learning
Student-Instructor Interaction
Student-Content Interaction
Student-Student Interaction
Interactions with Technology
Reflections
7 Making Accessibility-for-Everyone Much Easier
Why Use Student-Centered Design?
Sources of Obstacles
Overcoming Obstacles
Guidelines and Standards for Designing Accessibility
The Specific How-to's of Ensuring Accessibility
Additional Resources and Advice
Reflections
8 Creating a Supportive Culture for Online Learning
The Importance of Quality in Online Courses
Faculty Challenges in Transitioning to Online Teaching
Faculty Incentives and Support for Online Teaching
Designing Effective Professional Development
Models for a Professional Development Program
Reflections
Appendix 1 Online Course Development Checklist
Course Beginnings
Technology
Assessments and Grading
Course Materials
Student Interactions with the Content, Instructor, and Peers
Appendix 2 Accessibility Resources
Strategies to Make Access to Course Materials Easy
Ways to Make Accessible Document Files
Ways to Design Accessible PowerPoint Presentations
Captioning Resources
Accessibility Checks
Resources for Students
Index

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