2014 Southwest Regional Conference

Where's the Beef? Analyzing QM Reviewer Feedback for Continuous Improvement t.wheeler Mon, 10/24/2016 - 19:33
Course Building 101: One Module at a Time

Consistency in course design is paramount. A simple way to achieve this is through a course-building template that incorporates QM standards. The course template provides consistency for students as they navigate an online program. It also allows students to focus on content rather than navigation and will assist with persistence and retention rates. This session will explore a template that guides instructors/instructional designers in building a course using the "Course Building: One Module at a Time!" model course.

t.wheeler Mon, 10/24/2016 - 19:33

Quality Matters at the Core: Transforming PD Through Collaborative Curriculum Development

Panel Discussion:

This presentation will discuss how a large school district worked across departments to design secondary English and math courses.  The presentation will include tools and processes to insure alignment of Common Core State Standards, district Units of Study and Scope and Sequence, 21st Century Skills, NCAA requirements, and QM standards for on-line course delivery.  A protocol for collaborative on-line course development will be introduced.

The Critical Incident Questionnaire: Formative evaluation from faculty during the APPQMR workshop

Visit and comment on our presentation at the following Google Doc site:  http://j.mp/NAUELC-NMQM2014.

t.wheeler Mon, 10/24/2016 - 19:33
Moving On Up: Using Websites for Teacher and Staff Training t.wheeler Mon, 10/24/2016 - 19:33
Where's the Beef? Analyzing Aggregated QM Reviewer Feedback for Continuous Improvement

University of the Rockies submitted 30 courses for formal review by Quality Matters in 2013. Our analysis of qualitative data reveals that peer recommendations provide a different perspective than the quantitative data. We will present results from our analysis and discuss the actions we are taking to continually improve courses, processes, and the curriculum as a whole.

t.wheeler Mon, 10/24/2016 - 19:33
Copyright and the TEACH Act: Using Audio, Video, and Images in Online Courses

This presentation covers the differences between Fair Use and the TEACH Act.  Focusing on the benefits of the TEACH Act and then also the required aspects for usage and implementation.

t.wheeler Mon, 10/24/2016 - 19:33
Innovative Learning Design for Blended and Online Learning Environments
Deluged by everchanging emerging and innovative technologies, it is time to pause, survey this exciting landscape and share innovative learning opportunities that are engaging and represent what is currently known and available.
t.wheeler Mon, 10/24/2016 - 19:33

Lost in Space

Effective learner engagement is not limited to traditional classrooms. Experience enriching adaptive strategies for online courses to promote student-student, student-content, and student-instructor interactions

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