Speaker for day: Steve Covello, Rich Media Specialist/Instructional Designer/Online Instructor & Chalk & Wire e-Portfolio Administrator, Granite State College

7:30am - 9:00am   Registration and Coffee

9:00am - 9:30am   Introductions
-Presenter introduction and background.
-Brief participant introductions and backgrounds.
-Agenda for the day.
-Access shared Google Drive document for all participants to take notes and add to their contributions.

9:30am - 10:30am   Describe and define rich media as it relates to teaching and learning online
-Play time! Examples of rich media are offered for groups of participants to review, interact with, and make observations.
-Foundation principles of rich media: What are they? What makes them “rich”
-How is rich media employed? Examples presented from online courses.
-Participants: Share their own examples.

10:30am - 12:00pm   Describe the value and purpose for establishing proficiency standards for teaching online with rich media
-Group activity: List all of the skills and sub-skills required in order to access and put into use the rich media examples used earlier in the day.
-Show examples of standards and competency statements from IBSTPI documents [ http://ibstpi.org ].
-Group activity: Write a standard and set of competencies that pertains to the example used earlier.
-Share out group work, add to shared document.

12:00pm - 1:00pm   Lunch

1:00pm - 3:00pm   Design a competency-based assessment instrument
-Describe and demonstrate how the standards and competencies can be used as a basis of developing an assessment instrument. Examples to be shown from strategies used in Chalk & Wire portfolio assessment design.
-Keyword or action phrases integrated into competency based assessment language across several levels of assessment.
-Discern the difference in assessing one-time skills versus longitudinal assessment of praxis.
-Discuss keywords, actions, and indicators for each proposed standard and competency.
-Tiers of proficiency: Curate, Adapt, Create.
-Creative Commons Licensing and Open Educational Resources (OER): https://oerinteractive.org/
-Summative wrap-up and discussion.

3:00pm End