Measuring the Impact
e-Learning: What Students Have to Tell Us
Sarah Barnhardt, Associate Professor, The Community College of Baltimore County
I am an Associate Professor in ESOL at the Community College of Baltimore County and have been teaching blended and online for five years. I have QM certification and a certificate from UMUC in online instructional design.
What do students perceive as essential strategies for success in blended classes? This session shares the results of a two-year research project soliciting student data on strategies for success in blended ESL college classes. The data resulted in instructional strategies for metacognition and collaboration to facilitate culturally responsive e-learning using QM Standards.
Learning Objectives
Learn instructional strategies to facilitate course navigation based on student input.
Learn about the positive and negative perceptions students have about blended learning.
Learn how course design affects learner satisfaction.
Audience: Faculty 
Audience: Administrator
Audience: Instructional Designer