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Learning Technology & Tech Observations by Dr. Helen Teague


Online Summer Faculty Meeting Recap

Thank you for attending our Online Summer Faculty Meeting

Here are the session materials we distributed:

Summer Faculty Meeting Presentation

Final Summer Faculty HSU Canvas FAQ Sheet

QM Standards with Point Values – Fifth Edition

Here are the takeaways we noted from Michelle’s presentation, (thank you again, Michelle!)

May 2 HSU Summer Faculty Mtg
May 2 HSU Summer Faculty Mtg
  1. Find the balance between what is convenient vs. what is effective
  2. Students prefer 2nd chances for assignments
  3. Qualitatively feedback preferred over the quantitative numeric score
  4. Prefer written feedback rather than video and audio (video takes awhile to load)
  5. Discussion variety preferred (voice thread, discussions, video, audio, avatar )




Also, Our Twitter Tweeter, Sarah was live-tweeting during our meeting. See the tweets at this link: Live Tweets
(Thanks, Sarah!!)

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Dr. Ed. Sim and student Michelle Chahyadi, Senior Marketing Major from Bandung, Indonesia, offered peer-to-peer engagement strategies for active engagement in online, hybrid, and face-to-face courses during the April Canvas Cowboy Innovator roundtable discussion on April 24, 2018. In this post, the HSU Department of Online Education’s features Dr. Sim and Michelle Chahyadi’s reflection on research-based practices supporting effective learning activities for online classes.

Dr. Sim’s explains, in the video below, that effective engagement is reinforced by learning science, such as Nelson and Narens’ framework Nelson_And_Narens_1990 (Figure 1).

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Figure 1: Designing Effective Learning Activities for Online Classes with Learning Science Principles, (Nelson & Narens, 1990)











Student engagement is evidenced through active learning and is one of the Schreiner, et al, 2009, tenets of  Academic Thriving (Figure 2)   Academic_Thriving_SchreinerMcIntoshNelsonPothoven2009.

In this video clip, Dr. Sim explains that are one remedy for poor mental models passive concept retrieval, a deterrent to academic thriving.

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Figure 2: Academic Thriving Concept, (Schreiner, McIntosh, Nelson, Pothoven, 2009)


In this video, HSU student Michelle Chahyadi explains the retrieval and spacing effect. One way that Dr .Sim achieves student engagement through retrieval and spacing effect is through weekly page updates and personalized email.

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00:00 – 00:35


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