Tuesday, May 21, 2013

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Twentieth issue, Volume Six

TLT Group TGIF 5.21.2013           
From Group World Headquarters

Seven Futures of American Education schMOOC/MOOCOW started on Friday! It’s not too late to jump in.

Step one: Register Here
Step two: Start Here

This link will take you to a video introduction to the MOOC

Consider an institutional membership in TLT.
Institutional Subscription entitles everyone at your institution to TLT group activities, services, and resource materials.  And individual membership is free to all within your institution. You will find more information on our website. Sally Gilbert, Director of Administration, can answer any questions you may have sallygilbert@tltgroup.org

    “7 Futures Amer. Educ...Screen-Captured World” MOOCow tlt.gs/7FsMOOCow Slides/links/chat transcript from May 17 #tltg7FsMOOCow TLT Group FridayLive!

    7 Futures of American Education schMOOC/MOOCow

    Putting Experience First - Join FridayLive May 24th

    Review/summary Sener’s 7 Futures Amer. Education: Improving.. Screen-Captured World. For MOOCow tlt.gs/7FsMOOCow

    Members Only Exchange

    Changing Roles in Online Teaching and Learning
    (This session is free to TLT Group Members Fee to others)
    May 22, 2013 2:00pm Eastern Time
    Leaders: Steve Gilbert, Beth Dailey, and others Register Here

    This session is free to TLT Group Individual Members.  ($75 to others)

    We have done a session on roles such as VOC.  In this session the plan is to talk of other roles such as that of a scribe, maybe even the designated learner.  There could be a designated questioner, naysayer, optimist, etc.  What else have people used or what else could be done.

    This is especially relevant to our MOOC creation and to our Silver Cloudians who we hope will take some of these roles as we proceed.

    May 24th advanced organizer.

    Trey Mireles returns to FridayLive on May 24th, Putting EAT (Experience, Apply, Teach) to the Test
    Three ways to participate:
    1. SHARE your experience implementing EAT.
    2. STUMP THE EXPERT: bring an instructional challenge for trey to design using EAT
    3. SHARE  an Animoto video you have created.
      It will be fun to share, learn from each other and hear more from Trey.

    Putting EAT (Experience, Apply, Teach) to the Test

    May 24, 2013  2:00-3:00 pm ET - free to all.  
    Presenter;Trey Mireles Madison College

    The Experience-Apply-Teach instructional strategy focuses on using technology to introduce course concepts more vividly.  Testimonials from teachers who have used this strategy will be shared. You are invited to "stump the expert." Bring Trey an instructional challenge that you would like to solve.
    This link will take you to one person’s experience implementing EAT.

    In addition, people are invited to share Animoto presentations they have created. Contact Beth Dailey, dailey@tltgoup.org
    Up-coming  FridayLive! schedule:
    May 24 Putting EAT (Experience, Apply, Teach) to the Test. Trey Mireles, Psychology instructor, Madison College
    June 7 Seven Futures 2nd session “The Seven Futures Approach to IEQ: A Dialogue”
    June 14 Seven Futures 3rd session, “Modeling the IEQ Planning Process”  
    June 21 Seven Futures 4th session, “Sharing Your Plans, Reflecting on Your Experience”

    June 28 Review, Respond and Shape
    MOOCs Round Three

    Seven Futures of American Education schMOOC/MOOCOW
    May 17 - June 21, 2013
    Communicate with fellow schMOOC/MOOCOW’s here

    You can still join the
    Seven Futures of American Education schMOOC/MOOCOW
    The series will began wih a live session on May 17th.  The recording of this session is available on the Central Course Communication page
    It will  conclude on June 21, 2013 and consist of four live synchronous sessions and four modules.

    This link will take you to a video introduction to the MOOC

    The schMOOC/MOOCOW* (Massive Open Online Course Or Whatever) will explore John Sener's book "The Seven Futures of American Education: Improving Learning & Teaching in a Screen-Captured World."

    The series will include these participation options ("paths"):
    • guided sequence to enable participants to create an action plan for implementing one or more quality improvement strategies in their course, program, or institution.
    • “do-it-yourself” (DIY)   approach which allows participants to learn what they wish by defining their own objectives and using available resources (both inside and outside the course) to attain them as desired.

    Course Schedule:

    Time Frame
    Friday, May 17, 2 - 3pm ET:
    Live Session: Getting Started: Getting to Know You, Us, the Seven Futures
    May 17 - June 7:
    Module 1: Identifying Your Challenge
    Module 2: Defining Quality Improvement: the Seven Futures Framework & You
    Friday, June 7, 2 - 3pm ET:
    Live Session: The Seven Futures Approach to IEQ: A Dialogue
    June 7 - 14:
    Module 3: Selecting Your IEQ Strategy

    Friday, June 14, 2 - 3pm ET:
    Live Session: Modeling the IEQ Planning Process  
    June 14 - 21:  
    Module 4: Preparing Your IEQ Action Plan
    Friday, June 21, 2 - 3pm ET
    Live Session: Sharing Your Plans, Reflecting on Your Experience
    The series will also model several of the key strategies described in Seven Futures, including:
    • learner-generated content (create an action plan and other content that you can use),
    • event-anchored learning (participate in TLT Group's FridayLive! synchronous events to S‘anchor’ course activities), and
    • impact assessment (opportunities to reflect on what you’re learning, mine insights, and assess their impact on you, your students, your colleagues...).

    NOTE:  *a “schMOOC/MOOCOW” is our version of a MOOC (Massively Open Online Course):
    schMOOC”  = “somewhat connectivist, hypothetically Massive Open Online Course” --
    “somewhat connectivist” because the course offers DIY and other connectivist options but also offers more structure than a typical cMOOC. “hypothetically” Massive because the course is open to all but not likely to be huge.

    Encourage. Enable. Engage.

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