Summer Institute for DNP 2.0 School of Nursing Faculty, July 2013
Facilitated by the Center for Teaching and Learning
Description: SON faculty participants engage the pedagogy and methods for teaching hybrid courses at UW. This summer institute is itself designed in the hybrid, or blended, format to give faculty participants a "student's experience" of a hybrid course. Weekly, the cohort meets in person for a two-hour session. The other activities take place online. In each venue, the pedagogical practices model active learning. While experiencing a blended learning format, participants develop courses based on cognitive presence, teaching presence, and social presence (Garrison, Anderson & Archer, 2000).
Goals: All faculty participants will:
- Experience the hybrid format from a student's perspective
- Identify Canvas and Tegrity features that support course goals and instructor efficiency
- Develop strategies for aligning goals, activities, and assessments in the hybrid format
- Draft and peer review syllabi for hybrid courses
- In Person: July 15, 22, and 29, 1:10-3:20 p.m., Paccar Hall 492 (Map)
- Online: Between Face-to-Face Sessions, Canvas Learning Management System (https://uw.instructure.com/courses/862829)
Coaching: Autumn, Winter, and Spring Quarters, Times & Locations TBD
- Beth Kalikoff, Director; email@example.com
- Karen Freisem, Instructional Consultant; firstname.lastname@example.org
- Theresa Ronquillo, Instructional Consultant; email@example.com
- Brian Buchwitz, Instructional Consultant; firstname.lastname@example.org
Required Items: Please bring your laptop. While tablets are welcome, laptops are more fully functional for Canvas. Also, please bring materials for the course you are designing--whatever will help you think about your syllabus and assignments. These materials can be online or hard copy.
Assignments: You will submit some assignments electronically using Canvas. Additional instructions will be provided by the facilitators, and online assistance is available from the associated help center.
Guides, Policies, and Resources: Check the institute website, under Pages, for additional guides, policies, and resources, including Suggested References.
We look forward to a productive institute!
- Agenda: In Person Session 1
- Community of Inquiry Framework
- Survey Responses
- Reflecting on Your Goals: Debriefing Notes
- Course Design Questions
- Course Design Questions: Debriefing Notes
- Collaborating Online
- Task-Oriented Question Construction Wheel.pdf
- Planning & Assessing Assignments in Large Classes.pdf
- Assigning and Assessing Writing in Large Classes.pdf
- Testing & Grading in Large Classes.pdf
Synchronous and Asynchronous e-Learning
- Designing Effective Online Discussions: Notes
- Engaging Students in Discussion Online.pdf
- Scoring Rubric for Grading Students Participation in Online Discussions.pdf
- Engaging Large Classes In-Person and Online: Notes
- Actively Engaging Students in Large Classes.pdf
- "Chunking" Course Content
- Preparing Students For Success: Notes
- Defining a Coaching Plan
The syllabus page shows a table-oriented view of the course schedule, and the basics of course grading. You can add any other comments, notes, or thoughts you have about the course structure, course policies or anything else.
To add some comments, click the "Edit" link at the top.