COOPERATIVE AND COLLABORATIVE ONLINE LEARNING

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COOPERATIVE AND COLLABORATIVE ONLINE LEARNING. Rosseni Din, PhD PPA Academic Advancement Course . Overview. Quality Education Meaningful learning Hybrid/Blended online learning with Web 2.0 technology Collaborative & Cooperative Learning Best practices . Quality Education. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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COOPERATIVE AND COLLABORATIVE ONLINE LEARNINGRosseni Din, PhDPPA Academic Advancement Course Presentation slide for courses, classes, lectures et al. 1OverviewQuality EducationMeaningful learning Hybrid/Blended online learning with Web 2.0 technologyCollaborative & Cooperative LearningBest practices

Introductory notes.2Quality EducationCreating a learning environment where individuals with a variety of skills can INCREASE knowledge, skills and the abilities to ADAPT to changing environments so that they can act as informed citizens of the world.

Harris-Ransom et al. 2010 Conclusion to course, lecture, et al. 3Quality EducationRule #1: Know Your AudienceA vision of students today ...Conclusion to course, lecture, et al. 4Meaningful Learning for Quality Education

Cooperative Collaborative LearningCreating a learning environment where individuals with a variety of skills can INCREASE knowledge, skills and the abilities to ADAPT to changing environments so that they can act as informed citizens of the world.

Harris-Ransom et al. 2010 Conclusion to course, lecture, et al. 6Cooperative Collaborative ONLINE LearningUsing Web 2.0Web 2.0: The Machine Is Using UsConclusion to course, lecture, et al. 7Cooperative Collaborative Online Learning: The Hybrid Approach Using Weblog

Cooperative Collaborative Online Learning: The Hybrid Approach Using WeblogCombination of online learning in a regular conventional face-to-face learning

Course structure/Course Outline or Course HandbookText BookOther complementary instructional media CD-ROMs A course blog i.e the Computer Education Blog TutorialsMore and different opportunities to present materialsOpportunity to improve learning via reflections and interpersonal communication Frequent feedbacks

Designing Effective Online AssigmentsPractical IssuesClass Participation

Question: How do you encourage students to participate in a cooperative group project?

Question: How do you encourage students to participate in a collaborative online classroom?

Question: How does this differ from the traditional classroom?

Conclusion to course, lecture, et al. 14Cooperative Group Participation Class Participation

Question: How do you encourage students to participate in a cooperative group project?

Question: How do you encourage students to participate in a collaborative online classroom?

Question: How does this differ from the traditional classroom?

Conclusion to course, lecture, et al. 15Collaborative Online Learning How to encourage participation? A 10% overall carry marks?

Rubric: Focusing on meaningful participation not just adding entry

Frequency: Once a week is practical in reality more frequent participation would put the student in a much better position to make timely and meaningful contributions?- at least 3 meaningful post/week or per online lecture/tutorial would be an A, 2 meaningful posts would be a B, and 1 would be a C.- simply posting a short me too comment is not considered a meaningful post and will not support a strong grade for the week/lecture/tutorial.

Conclusion to course, lecture, et al. 16Grading for Collaborative Online ParticipationGrade APosted at least 3 commentsProvides relevant facts thoroughlyComments or posting demonstrate a comprehensive analysis and/or interpretation of the issueSupport opinions by citing relevant and scholarly sourcesAdds some new thought to the discussion critique another persons point of view

Conclusion to course, lecture, et al. 17Grading for Collaborative Online ParticipationGrade BPosted at least 2 commentsProvides limited factsDoes not clearly state the issueProvided adequate but not comprehensive analysis of the issueSometimes supports key statements with relevant scholarly resources Student show partial understanding

Conclusion to course, lecture, et al. 18Grading for Collaborative Online ParticipationGrade CPosted at least 1 commentsComments or posting does not reflect a comprehensive analysis or reading of the issueDoes not clearly state the issueAnalysis is only vaguely supported by scholarly workStudent merely restates what is in the text instead of interpret the issueSometimes supports key statements with relevant scholarly resources Student show partial understanding

Conclusion to course, lecture, et al. 19Conclusion

Conclusion to course, lecture, et al. 20

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