OLC 2018 Presentation: Online Learning Leadership in Higher Education

Online Learning Leadership in Higher Education: What Do We Know So Far? Where Should The Research Go From Here? 11-15-18 Presentation at OLC Accelerate 2018 – by Jason Johnston Contact: jasonpauljohnston@uky.edu Director of Teaching & Learning, University of Kentucky College of Social WorkPhD student at University of Kentucky College of Education, Educational Leadership Focus Presentation Information…

Interactive Classroom Ideas (to save your students from more lectures)

The Lecture Doth Persist Lectures, either in-class or by video, have their place in education but still too lofty a place. If they are too long they can become a waste of time and the format itself kills student interaction. Why do we persist in the lecture as primary means of teaching when research suggests there…

Teaching with Technology in Social Work – March/April 2017 Article

A good article addressing some questions and issues with using technology in social work education. One take away is considering how to connect with technology and multimedia tools that would be helpful in the social work classroom. March/April 2017 Issue Teaching With Technology in Social Work Education By Sue Coyle, MSW Social Work Today Vol.…

4 Popular Learning Myths debunked

What you believe about your students directs your actions towards them. What do you believe? Is it true? As teachers, we need to be careful that we are following best practices in our classes, online and off-line, and this includes these four popular myths about learning: Students will learn more if they are taught in a…

Research Shows That Online Learning Works, So Let’s Move Forward

Many people are suspicious of online learning. Their main concern is wondering if it actually “works.” (These same people often do not apply this same question to face-to-face, lecture-based instruction, but that is a topic for another time…). Studies are showing that online learning generally does work. That is, we can meet learning objectives as…