Presentation on theme: "Use of the Adaptive Release tool of the Blackboard Evgenii Prosolupov"— Presentation transcript:
Use of the Adaptive Release tool of the Blackboard Evgenii Prosolupov email@example.com
Agenda 1.Introduction 2.Adaptive Release 3.GTP and AR 4.Adaptive Release Advanced 5.Special Situations 6.Problem solving 7.Conclusion
Teams distribution Divide into teams Choose captain
Expectations What are your expectations? Important moments? Your practical problems?
When Access Restrictions can be helpful Date and Time in future Limited period of availability Individual Assignments Show material if some test passed
Add/Edit element of content
Adaptive Release additional capabilities Give access for a list of students or groups of students Set conditions on students grades Check students revision of other content Combine some criteria
Example of situation March 11 - Live Assessment If the score > 60, can see Next Module If the score < 60, need to pass Online Test If the Online Test score > 60, can see Next Module also.
Sequence of testing
Adaptive Release Criteria For Online Test: Date criterion (March 12) and Grade criterion (Live Assessment) For Next Learning Module Grade criterion (Live Assessment) or Grade criterion (Online Test)
Schema of criteria
Adaptive Release The practice of using the tool
Road to a content
Contextual menu option
Date criterion After a date Until a date Within a timeframe
Membership criterion Membership in groups List of usernames
Grade Center criterion Score is grater then Score is less then Score is equal to Score is between two values Execution attempt
Grade Center criterion
Review Status criterion If a review status for the student is set
Review Status criterion
Adaptive Release page One condition for every criterion Can see the content if all met
Using handouts TaskElementRuleDescription 1An ItemShow until 9:30 12/03 If Test A grade > 70 Test BOnly for Group A and if An Item is reviewed
Solving problems Adaptive Release
Chickering and Gamsons Good Teaching Practices
Good teaching... 1.encourages contact between students and faculty, 2.develops reciprocity and cooperation among students, 3.encourages active learning, 4.gives prompt feedback, 5.emphasizes time on task, 6.communicates high expectations, and 7.respects diverse talents and ways of learning.
Good Practice Uses Active Learning Techniques Interaction with learning system Grade center criteria Review status criteria
Good Practice Gives Prompt Feedback Grade Center criteria Give additional help Open access to further information
Good Practice Emphasizes Time on Task Date/Time criteria Become disciplined
Good Practice Respects Diverse Talents and Ways of Learning Individual assignments Different content for different groups
Adaptive Release: Advanced
Multiple roads to a content Can see the content if any of rules met
ARA contextual menu option
Adaptive Release: Advanced page
Manage Criteria page
Advanced Adaptive Release One Date criterion and one Membership criterion per rule Multiple Grade and Review Status criteria
Solving problems Adaptive Release: Advanced
Special situations What you need to remember when using Adaptive Release
Restrictions priority Availability/Visibility of the element or Adaptive Release rules?
Two Date conditions A way to set two Date restrictions?
Two Date error message
Groups intersection in Group A and in Group B
No negation of criterion To hide A if B is Reviewed?
Cyclic conditions Test 1 is available if Test 1 is passed
Copy, Archive and Export Rules and User Progress included during Full course copy Archive / Restore Not included during Copy of course materials Export / Import