Professional Learning Plan

Each meeting of the professional learning will take place once a week for four weeks. The first set of meetings will be the instructor and 5 high level technology users (the term high level in my college refers to instructors that are using our online platform for hybrid and/or DE courses already. Each of the 6 in the first group will pair into smaller groups to assist each other in between meetings. Then each of the six in the first set of meetings will meet with 2 instructors each and go through the same four meetings.

Meeting 1: Creating the video

  1. Outline
  2. Script
  3. Storyboard
  4. Filming
  5. Editing

Meeting 2: Publishing

  1. Critiquing the video from the first
  2. Create a Google email
  3. Create the YouTube channel
  4. Publishing the video

Meeting 3: Review published YouTube video

  1. Make corrections
  2. Answer questions
  3. Clear up confusion or problems

Meeting 4: How to your YouTube video in class

  1. Power Points
  2. Introductions
  3. Guest spot interviews
  4. Announcements
  5. Student feedback
  6. Skills lab examples

The whole design is made to foster collaboration between the employees. I will lead out in each component in the first set of meetings. When the next set of instructors start then the original 5 will lead out. And then the next level the educators that finish will lead out. The pattern will look like this as the 5 original plus instructor, then those 6 will teach 2 each, those 18 will partner with 2 each. Each 4 week session takes one month, so the whole faculty will be complete with training in 3 months, but each person will have their small groups to rely on for future questions or collaborating in newly found ideas.

Resources:         Computer lab

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