Document Type

Presentation

Session Description

University of Minnesota Extension’s Parenting in the Age of Overindulgence team needed to gather some learner data, and create learning “paths,” but didn’t want to require log-ins and registration systems. We used a Qualtrics platform to develop three one-hour interactive courses that frame the issue of overindulgence around areas of nutrition, finance, and family relations. Our team has collaborated with Dr. Jean Illsley Clarke to develop an interactive online learning environment to increase parental self-efficacy to reduce parental overindulgence for both practitioner and parent use. In our session, we will take participants through two hands-on learning activities to illustrate how team dynamics and technology are instrumental in the development of online learning modules.

Keywords

team, non-formal, non-traditional

Related Website

z.umn.edu/overindulgence

Start Date

8-2-2017 11:15 AM

End Date

8-2-2017 12:15 PM

Brief Biography of Primary Presenter

Ellie McCann has been a statewide Family Resiliency Extension educator with the University of Minnesota Extension since September 2003. She serves the entire state of Minnesota from her current office in Andover. Ellie's work focuses on improving the quality of families' lives through times of transition. Ellie earned a master's degree in Human Development and Family Studies from the U of Arkansas

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Aug 2nd, 11:15 AM Aug 2nd, 12:15 PM

Innovative online education: Parenting in the Age of Overindulgence

University of Minnesota Extension’s Parenting in the Age of Overindulgence team needed to gather some learner data, and create learning “paths,” but didn’t want to require log-ins and registration systems. We used a Qualtrics platform to develop three one-hour interactive courses that frame the issue of overindulgence around areas of nutrition, finance, and family relations. Our team has collaborated with Dr. Jean Illsley Clarke to develop an interactive online learning environment to increase parental self-efficacy to reduce parental overindulgence for both practitioner and parent use. In our session, we will take participants through two hands-on learning activities to illustrate how team dynamics and technology are instrumental in the development of online learning modules.

https://pubs.lib.umn.edu/minnesota-elearning-summit/2017/program/21