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START-STOP-CONTINUE: Empowering Students, Developing Teachers Through AR

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An action research on using Start-Stop-Continue instructional model for student engagement and as 3-pronged evaluation tool: students-students, students-instruction design, students-teacher.

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START-STOP-CONTINUE: Empowering Students, Developing Teachers Through AR

  1. 1. Jessie Grace U. Rubrico, PhD School of Education UCSI University 29 March 2014
  2. 2. Start-Stop-Continue (SSC) -Garner and Emery (1994): allowing students to give immediate feedback on their classroom activities. LIST/RECORD instructional policies, practices, or behaviors STUDENTS would like the TEACHER to . . . USING START STOP CONTINUE Jessie Grace U. Rubrico, PhD
  3. 3. feedback teacher to students students to students students to teacher TEACHING PERFORMANCE LEARNING PROCESS Jessie Grace U. Rubrico, PhD
  4. 4. How am I doing as your teacher? FEEDBACK Improvement: teachers Empowerment: students TRUST, RESPECT Jessie Grace U. Rubrico, PhD
  5. 5. FEEDBACK DIALOG ENGAGEMENT TEACHING EFFECTIVENESS LEARNING PROCESS E M P O W E R M E N T Jessie Grace U. Rubrico, PhD
  6. 6. The Problem: •Empowering students to be responsible for their own learning process. Jessie Grace U. Rubrico, PhD
  7. 7. • a multi-racial TESL class in a state university; • diverse levels of English language proficiency • seeming student passivity Jessie Grace U. Rubrico, PhD
  8. 8. Can a multiple-modality approach to learning EMPOWER students to actively engage in their own learning process? Is this approach effective from the perspective of the students? Jessie Grace U. Rubrico, PhD
  9. 9. problematizing Strategizing IP Implementing IP evaluation reflection Jessie Grace U. Rubrico, PhD
  10. 10. I N T E R V E N T I O N
  11. 11. • interactive • Intro/summative lecture • Video clips • PPT slides Multimedia presentations • Classroom • Online/FB discussion Jessie Grace U. Rubrico, PhD
  12. 12. •Discussion Board •24/7 Messenger • E-portfolio •Resource Center – Course Materials •Feedback Avenue Jessie Grace U. Rubrico, PhD
  13. 13. COLLABORATION Jessie Grace U. Rubrico, PhD
  14. 14. SSC explored expediency of the approach effectiveness of the teacher attitude of the learners empowered students to accept/reject the approach SSC as learner engagement tool Jessie Grace U. Rubrico, PhD
  15. 15. SSC Questionnaire Set 1 What do you think should the lecturer CONTINUE doing to further facilitate your learning?Jessie Grace U. Rubrico, PhD
  16. 16. SSC Questionnaire Set 2 What do you think should the students CONTINUE doing so your learning is not hampered?Jessie Grace U. Rubrico, PhD
  17. 17. SSC Questionnaire 3 : Instructional Design 1. Which of the modalities presently used in the classroom do you want to continue? (Check all that apply) 2. Which of the modalities presently used in the classroom do you want to be stopped? (Check all that apply) Qs 1-3 cover the major factors in the learning design: teacher, learners, and the approach. Jessie Grace U. Rubrico, PhD
  18. 18. Instrument: Online Polls Jessie Grace U. Rubrico, PhD
  19. 19. RESULTS FACILITATOR START: providing lecture notes before each class & hand outs and short notes for every lesson STOP: requiring short time for online task submission as internet connection is not good CONTINUE: • class interactions on FB & e-group • class conversations • group presentations • “sharing with us your experiences…” Jessie Grace U. Rubrico, PhD
  20. 20. RESULTS STUDENTS START: taking responsibility for their learning - collaboration STOP: expecting to be spoon-fed CONTINUE: “discussing and sharing our knowledge and doubts about the topic that we are learning;” Jessie Grace U. Rubrico, PhD
  21. 21. Modalities Preference groupwork facebook lecture egroup multimedia conversation Jessie Grace U. Rubrico, PhD
  22. 22. Lessons learned: AR Empowers Students • value of SSC method to learners: > engagement and empowerment 1) empowers the students; empowerment motivates students to rise up to the challenges of active engagement in their learning process. 2) inculcates in learners a reflective exercise; reflective learners are more engaged, thus more empowered Jessie Grace U. Rubrico, PhD
  23. 23. Empowerment: giving learners a say in their learning process > take responsibility of their learning Sense of responsibility learning the assigned task well for the benefit of peers critique and assess: approach, group presentations and their own. Sense of ownership Confidence < bonding that makes groups support each other toward their overall learning Jessie Grace U. Rubrico, PhD
  24. 24. Lessons learned: AR Develops The Teacher value of SSC to the facilitator 1) simple way of getting learners engaged > consulting with students on the approach to their learning through the SSC is fruitful and rewarding. 2) facilitator’s reflection practice has been honed. > workload may be high but learning and teaching process is enhanced. 3) feedback as building blocks to a good practice we strive to achieve Jessie Grace U. Rubrico, PhD
  25. 25. Jessie Grace U. Rubrico, PhD Start- Stop– Continue (SSC) AR Dialog, Engagement, & Evaluation Model for Teaching and Learning

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