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Title: A Comprehensive Approach to Designing Online Courses


1
ACADEMIC IMPRESSIONS
Online Course Design
Veronica Diaz, PhD
Instructional Design Strategies for Online
Courses
2
Presenters
  • Alisa Cooper, EdD
  • English Faculty
  • South Mountain Community College
  • Maricopa Center for Learning and Instruction
    Technology Faculty Developer
  • Veronica Diaz, PhD
  • Instructional Technology Manager, Maricopa Center
    for Learning and Instruction, Maricopa Community
    Colleges
  • Adjunct Faculty, NAU

3
Converting or Creating?
  • Pros and cons
  • Pitfalls and opportunities

4
Starting with Objectives
  • Blooms Taxonomy
  • Assessment
  • Depth of learning
  • First step in creating modules

5
Blooms Taxonomy
  • Focus on learner performance/outcomes
  • For each module
  • What do they need to know?
  • What do they need to be able to do?
  • What will they know as a result of my
    instruction?
  • What can they learn in other ways?

6
Why Modules?
  • 7 /-2 rule
  • Support consistency in look and feel
  • Easier to find course content
  • Content becomes/feels more manageable
  • Prevents information overload
  • Allows students to focus on content rather than
    form

Source Blending In, March 2007
7
Module Possibilities
  • Content chunks
  • Let the content set the chunks
  • Content organized in conceptually related blocks
  • Apply past experience

Source Blending In, March 2007
8
Course Organization
  • Dates
  • Topic
  • Readings
  • Section
  • Unit
  • Module

9
3 Basic Redesign Steps
  1. Identify course content for each module
  2. Write learning objectives for each module
  3. Consider each learning objective or each learning
    objective set and reference and utilize diverse
    instructional strategy possibilities

10
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11
5 Principles of Successful Course Redesign
  • Redesign the whole course.
  • Encourage active learning.
  • Provide students with individualized assistance.
  • Build in ongoing assessment and prompt feedback.
  • Ensure sufficient time on task and monitor
    student progress.
  • http//thencat.org/PlanRes/R2R_PrinCR.htm

12
Your Online Course Toolbox
  • Worksheets
  • Using Blooms Taxonomy for Objective Development
  • Mapping Your Course
  • Resources
  • Course re(Design) Resources wiki page
  • Sample face-to-face syllabus
  • (re)Design handouts 2

13
Mapping Your Course
  • Step 1
  • Go back to Blooms handout, where you started
    mapping out the objectives for your course and
    indicated the level of Blooms addressed

14
Mapping Your Course
  • Step 2
  • Transfer objectives (some) to Mapping Your Course
    handout
  • Step 3
  • What does the instructor do?
  • What does the learner do?

15
Mapping Your Course
  • Step 4
  • Identify a module or chunk
  • Add more detail to objectives
  • Indicate instructor and student activity
  • Indicate Blooms level addressed
  • Consider alignment/relationship to other content

16
CONTACT INFO
  • Veronica Diaz, PhD
  • drvdiaz_at_gmail.com
  • 480.731.8297
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