Designing an Optimal Online Learning Experience Meeting the Needs of All Students

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Designing an Optimal Online Learning Experience Meeting the Needs of All Students

Russell Kahn, Associate Professor at SUNY Polytechnic Institute, will be featured in the next COTE Fellow Chat. Russell will share what he knows about "Designing an Optimal Online Learning Experience Meeting the Needs of All Students." This chat, in our Learning Effectiveness theme, is intended to showcase and share effective practices from members of our community, and to support networking, interaction, and excellence in online teaching and learning practices

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Comment by Willow Harris on December 3, 2015 at 10:03am

Russell Kahn, Associate Professor at SUNY Polytechnic Institute, will be featured in the next COTE Fellow Chat. Russell will share what he knows about "Designing an Optimal Online Learning Experience Meeting the Needs of All Students." This chat, in our Learning Effectiveness theme, is intended to showcase and share effective practices from members of our community, and to support networking, interaction, and excellence in online teaching and learning practices

"This chat will apply best practices in teaching and participants will develop a course outline and use Web-based tools to create a rich learning space. The talk applies cognitive learning theory by applying Bloom’s Taxonomy to create a learning space that moves your class along a continuum from lower to higher level thinking skills. 

I will reference my own research showing that students prefer an environment that moves from teacher centered to student centered assignments.

By the conclusion of the chat and Q&A, participants will be able to design a course that moves from lower level thinking skills to higher level thinking using a set of freely accessible Web-based tools. Participants will be able to set up online lectures, collaborative assignments, and student-centered projects. They will be able to apply Quality Matters Rubrics to the design of a Learning Management System and integrate and assess learning outcomes."

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