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501 Online facilitation Week 2

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501 Online facilitation Week 2

  1. 1. TAEDEL501A Facilitate e- learning Session 2 – Introduction to online teaching and learning CRICOS 00111D TOID 3059
  2. 2. Go to kahoot.it/ in browser and enter the game number below then add a nickname Game number
  3. 3. Mood Meter Ice breakers I’m toastSteady as we go Speedin Hitting the wall WOW!
  4. 4. Chairs Ice Breakers
  5. 5. Icebreakers Worst Albums
  6. 6. Icebreakers What have you learnt this week?
  7. 7. Synchronous Asynchronous Not LiveLive Virtual Classrooms Discussions Communities Informal networks Q n A
  8. 8. Synchronous Asynchronous Not LiveLive
  9. 9. Asynchronous Facilitation
  10. 10. Discussion activities can be text or voice based and is generally used to support asynchronous learning, performance support and informal learning. Asynchronous learning involves the ability for trainers and learners to maintain communication without having to meet at the same place at the same time. Why Discussion activities
  11. 11. • Extend activities from F2F sessions • Shape form of F2F workshops • Pre workshop activities • Ongoing professional community of learners • Problem Solving • Consultation around work practices/policy • Information sharing • Repository of trainer & student wisdom and experience, tips and tricks Why Discussion activities
  12. 12. Discussion activities can be undertaken using a variety of methods: – Discussion forums (e.g. Blackboard) – Voice boards (e.g. VoiceThread) – Instant Messaging (e.g. Skype, Google Hangouts, Facebook) – Comments posted to wikis or blogs – Closed Social Networking Sites (e.g. Yammer, Slack) Why Discussion activities
  13. 13. Discussion tools - Blackboard
  14. 14. This might be: • Discussion • Debate • Brainstorm • Small group activities • Problem Solving • Knowledge Transfer • Research • The tools you can use there include Threads, Attachments, Email Subscription Facilitated Activity - Discussion
  15. 15. Moderating a discussion in an online environment is called e- moderation. The role of the trainer as an e-moderator is to: •provide the rules of the discussion •offer an opening gambit, the provocative statement, scene setting •rephrase what learners have said to ensure their point is clearly stated, if necessary •provide links from one aspect of the discussion to the other •draw together the disparate threads of the discussion to form a conclusion. •Encourage, over time, learners/participants to take moderation responsibility around new topics and a fresh voice Moderated Activity - Discussion
  16. 16. What is the facilitators role? Rules of the game Share stories Summarise Promote interaction ExtendLink points
  17. 17. Synchronous Facilitation
  18. 18. Virtual Classroom tools
  19. 19. Virtual Classroom Tools Tool Possible Use PowerPoint Your presentation & ? prompts Video Upload or YouTube share Polling Test mood or experiences/opinion Application sharing Demonstrate software/explain documents, assessment etc. Chat Sharing, participating, building relationships Whiteboard Drawing, showing, brainstorming Break out room Smaller in room spaces for small group work Webtour* Follow facilitator through a website
  20. 20. Online classroom models All Online Polysyncronous Live Facilitator Polysyncronous Online Facilitator Recording w/o learners
  21. 21. Facilitation Strategies
  22. 22. Read and respond in Chat • Short paragraph • Read and respond in a minute • Write – Wait – Go! - Respond
  23. 23. Visit Questions Report Industry knowledge interviews Group project mentor Reference Group Assessment supervisor orientation Guest Speaker
  24. 24. Scenario (guest speaker) How would you need to brief a guest speaker about the virtual classroom? What advice can you give?
  25. 25. Polling – BC
  26. 26. Polling – Google forms
  27. 27. Brainstorm Question Confirm consensus Clarify outside consensus What’s missing? Solutions / Strategies
  28. 28. What are the barriers to you facilitating in an online classroom?
  29. 29. Topic Template Specify Activities Present Monitor Improvement Submit Student presentations
  30. 30. Describe a presentation students can present in your online classroom
  31. 31. Peer Review Develop Rubric Map & distribute Learner presents Conduct Peer Review Assess Publish
  32. 32. Peer review is knowledge building. Describe an assessment task that can be used to build, assess and evaluate peers task?
  33. 33. Role Plays Communication Counselling Customers Team Scenarios English Consulting Listening Negotiating
  34. 34. Is there space in your courses for role plays? Either way - share a potential role play for your virtual classroom sessions
  35. 35. Finish this sentence (Chat or Whiteboard) “I truly believe in the benefits of online learning; but only for those who really want to learn. And unfortunately, those students……..
  36. 36. Finish this sentence (Chat or Whiteboard) https://www.edsurge.com/news/2016-05-31-unpacking-the-problem-of- unmotivated-online-students
  37. 37. What can best practice online classroom facilitation look like at Swinburne?
  38. 38. Scenario (brainstorm) Your manager asks you to develop a strategy to replace 25% of your units delivered face to face with webinar delivery What types of units you deliver are the best type for a VC delivery? Why?
  39. 39. Scenario/Problem/Story (brainstorm) Story type How use Case Study Contextualise information and process using real life example (tell a story) Scenario Exploration of information and process using real life example (brainstorm) Decision making tree Decision making applying information using real life example (scaffold to LMS)
  40. 40. Scenario (read and respond) What is your reaction to this statement? How do we do this? Our past experiences have a great influence on how we learn so we need to: emphasise learning, not teaching encourage learners to use initiative and be independent encourage learners to interact with other learners/teacher/mentor support co-operative learning Write – 2 minutes Wait – Go! – Respond
  41. 41. What is the facilitators role? Break the ice Share stories Manage groups Promote interaction Ask questions Lecture
  42. 42. Information Demonstration Case Studies Discussion Modelling Problem Solving Scenario Contingency “What if” Comprehension Practice Assessment Content to share in VC Blue – Definitely Green – Maybe Red - No
  43. 43. Action Learning • Define the workplace problem • Objective questioning • Describe the problems dimensions • Clarify the problem is understood • Subjective strategic resolution suggestions • Narrow to find solution strategy with good fit • Nominate peer to support implementation • De-brief
  44. 44. Group Projects • Meeting place to undertake group projects • Strong evidence • Participation and role taking • Agreements and timelines • Store recordings • Compliments existing individual assessments
  45. 45. Flipped Classroom • Record webinar knowledge session in advance of face to face class • Students review in own time • Learners apply knowledge to skills based activities in face to face class
  46. 46. What are the gurus saying about BL?
  47. 47. UoW on facilitating webinars. “In order to create an engaging learning experience, the role of instructor is optional, but the role of learner is essential.” - Bernard Bull “When it comes to the design of effective learning experiences, one provocative question is worth a hundred proclamations.” - Bernard Bull
  48. 48. Peter Drucker on Peer Review Knowledge has to be improved, challenged, and increased constantly, or it vanishes. We now accept the fact that learning is a lifelong process of keeping abreast of change. And the most pressing task is to teach people how to learn. Peter Drucker
  49. 49. UoW Group projects “Specific strategies are needed to effectively implement online group projects. These included such things as how to help the students get to know one another, form groups, assign grades, explain group functions, use online tools to maximize interaction, and how to deal with non- participation of group members…” Facilitation of Online Group Projects:
  50. 50. Cathy Moore We design activities, not information. When instruction is part of the solution, we don’t preach or present to learners. Instead, we let them practice what they need to do and draw conclusions from that experience like the grownups they are, and for that reason we rock scenarios.
  51. 51. Scenario (polling) What is the best use of discussions for your learners? 1. Q n A forum 2. Community of practice 3. Assessment 4. Group Work 5. Something else
  52. 52. Polling – Google forms
  53. 53. Polling – Other tools
  54. 54. Application sharing – Ass Task 3
  55. 55. File sharing – Ass Task 3
  56. 56. File sharing – Ass Task 3
  57. 57. Submit plan Create virtual classroom delivery plan Respond to others plan Assessment 2 Template & Feedback Due Wednesday 21st June 2017 Forum feedback Due Friday 16th June 2017 Your template
  58. 58. Assessment 2 1. Pre Virtual Classroom Activity: You need to prepare a pre Virtual Classroom activity that prepares and warms up your learners to your activities and content. You will use a discussion activity that leaners complete prior to your virtual classroom session. You might pose a problem, ask for a reflection, research a top, share a case study for response etc. Use the template below to show your planning
  59. 59. Assessment 2 – Pre Virtual Classroom Activity Potential Activities Provide a discussion forum based activity that prepares learners for the content and activities you will provide in your 15 minute virtual classroom session. Plan Virtual Classroom Session Template
  60. 60. Assessment 2 – Pre Virtual Classroom Activity Where to discuss? – Go beyond iLearn if u want
  61. 61. Assessment 2 – Pre Virtual Classroom Activity Plan Virtual Classroom Session Template • Reading • Guide questions • Review key points using a quick brainstorm • Scaffold off to broader questions • Prepare a précis to enable slackers to participate
  62. 62. Assessment 2 – Pre Virtual Classroom Activity Where to facilitate live? https://zoom.us/
  63. 63. Assessment 2 – Pre Virtual Classroom Activity
  64. 64. Assessment 2 2. Virtual Classroom Session: Prepare for a 15 minute virtual classroom session by outlining the icebreakers you will use at the start of the session. Also describe 2 learning activities and I summarising activity you will facilitate. Use the template below to show your planning.
  65. 65. Assessment 2 –Virtual Classroom Activity Potential Activities Think fun/interaction! Plan Virtual Classroom Session Template
  66. 66. Assessment 2 –Virtual Classroom Activity
  67. 67. Assessment 2 –Virtual Classroom Activity
  68. 68. Facilitate Evaluate VC session Forum Survey learners Journal evaluation Assessment 3 Facilitate Evaluate Improve Due Thursday 28th Tuesday July 4th 2017 Due Friday 14th July Your facilitation session Your journals
  69. 69. Til next we meet • Look out for regular small activities to complete in Quitch • Complete TASK activities in Quitch/Blackboard over to complete Assessment Task 1 • Make a start on your template or gather your ideas for feedback or discussion next session • Regroup back here together on Tuesday 6th June 530-730 Get Real or Virtual (How to set up Forum,VoiceThread, Collaborate sessions & Quitch)
  70. 70. Thank you for playing