I’m meeting monthly with our instructional design team to have constructive dialogue around concepts involved in our work. I’m doing this by sharing a single slide, elaborating on it verbally, and then inviting conversation. Ideally, all within 10 minutes! I’m recording the presentation portion of these sessions and archiving here the audio and the slide from each. For many, if not all, of these “single slides” a backdrop question is: “What should we hold on to (from our successful past), and what should we let go of in order to move forward productively?”
For this second “single slide” session, I shared Dr. Joel Hartman’s construct of “models of practice” and his 2002 articulation of the six models of practice underlying online education at UCF at that time with an eye toward considering which models need re-articulation, modification, or forking.
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Hartman, J. L. (2002). Models of practice in distributed learning: A catalyst for institutional transformation (Order No. 3069446). Available from Dissertations & Theses @ University of Central Florida-FCLA; ProQuest Dissertations & Theses A&I; ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global. (305439802). Retrieved from https://login.ezproxy.net.ucf.edu/login?url=https://search.proquest.com/docview/305439802?accountid=10003.