In the past four years, we have had many faculty in the cohort who adopted technology similar to what I have used which includes: adaptive learning, partially flipped classes, and Prezi presentations. This coming year, the members from four CSU schools will adopting a variety of technological methods to improve students outcomes. We have all shared what we have done to date and what we want to adopt and there is a variety of methods and many hybrid course redesigns.
Marketing Redesign Cohort Lead,
Lois Olson, Ph.D.
About the Lead: Lois has been teaching Marketing and a bit of Management at SDSU for 30 years. She has nearly 700 students a semester and has been using technology for 9 years to successfully reduce the bottlenecks in the Principles of Marketing class. She has been a participant in the CSU CRT program for 4 years and has had cohort members from 8 different CSU campuses over the years. Additionally, she is a staunch advocate of the SDSU philosophy of encouraging students to study abroad. Since 2016, she has been leading at least one faculty-study abroad. For the past three years , she has been taking classes to Shanghai, Bangkok, and Prague.
Redesign Strategy: Fully online class redesign using online exercises, quizzes and adaptive learning assignments required students to review chapters early. It gave them a working knowledge of terms and concepts before we covered them in class.
Redesign Outcomes: Repetition of concepts using the SmartBook highlighting, and having Prezi lectures also available for replay via Camtasia.
Top 3 Pedagogies Used: Fully Online
Technologies Used: Online homework through adaptive learning, Camtasia lectures, Proctor-U, Prezi presentation materials, and Smart Book- the text highlighted by faculty.
Cohort Meeting Dates/Times: 11:00-12:00 via zoom the second Friday each month.
|Cohort Members||Campus||Redesign Course|
|Lois Olson (Lead)||San Diego||MKTG 370|
|Lynn Forsythe||Fresno||BA 18|
|Ida Jones||Fresno||BA 18|
|Deborah Kemp||Fresno||BA 18|
|Robert Lin||East Bay||ACCT 2253|
|Nicole Norton||San Jose||ECON 1B|
|Tianqin Shi||San Jose||BUS 5140|