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Online Tutor Training: An Instructional Design Project

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Sibonga Online Tutor Training ID 5-6-19.pdf Online Tutor Training: An Instructional Design Project Masters Paper 13.36 MB Adobe PDF View/Open
Sibonga Canvas Course ID 5-6-19.pdf Website (LMS) accompanying Online Tutor Training: An Instructional Design Project 52.86 MB Adobe PDF View/Open

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Title:Online Tutor Training: An Instructional Design Project
Authors:Sibonga, Shauna
Contributors:Ho, Curtis (instructor)
Keywords:Education
Educational technology
Tutors and tutoring
Teachers--Training of
Date Issued:06 May 2019
Citation:APA
Abstract:Online tutor training has been administered by a number of programs across the University of Hawai‘i, including a range of topics and delivery sequences. Though not consistently explicit, it appeared the instructional strategies often mirrored the instructional content. This research project included: Bloom’s Taxonomy, Checking for Understanding, and Scaffolding/ Zone of Proximal Development. The study involved a total of 13 undergraduate tutors, with prior tutoring experience and training ranging from 0 to six semesters. Three learning modules (one per topic) were designed and measured for effectiveness. Each module consisted of a pre-test, an explanation and application of topics, and a post-test to measure knowledge acquisition. Modules were available online for tutors to complete asynchronously in lieu of traditional in-person training. Additionally, participants were given a demographic and attitudinal pre-survey and attitudinal post-survey. Results suggest an increase in knowledge of curriculum topics and a little change in training satisfaction. Cognitive post-tests showed exceptional improvement in clarity of short answer justifications, and affective post-survey results included high ratings for application and job performance confidence. Future recommendations include maintenance of social aspects during asynchronous, online training, especially in a field such as tutoring that demands real-time interaction.
Description:This content includes both the author's master's paper and the website files for the learning management system (Canvas by Instructure).
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/61897
Rights:Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 United States
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Appears in Collections: LTEC 690, Spring 2019


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