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1 ABCS OF SPECIAL EDUCATION: ONLINE LEARNING MODULE Andrew Krumland University of Hawaii at Manoa

2 Background  High School Special Education Teacher  Public High School  Enrollment: 2000  Special Education: 220+

3 The Journey Andrew Krumland

4 The Journey Andrew Krumland Hi I’m Brutus and I’ll be the driver on our trip

5 The Journey Andrew Krumland

6 The Journey Andrew Krumland We’ll be making a several stops throughout our trip

7 The Journey Andrew Krumland

8 The Journey Andrew Krumland 1 st stop: What are the ABCs of Special Education?

9 Stop One: What are the ABCs of Special Education? Andrew Krumland

10 Stop One: What are the ABCs of Special Education?  Instructional Design Project: Andrew Krumland

11 Stop One: What are the ABCs of Special Education?  Instructional Design Project:  Web-Based Instructional Module Andrew Krumland

12 Stop One: What are the ABCs of Special Education?  Instructional Design Project:  Web-Based Instructional Module Special Education Acronyms/Terminology Andrew Krumland

13 Stop One: What are the ABCs of Special Education?  Instructional Design Project:  Web-Based Instructional Module Special Education Acronyms/Terminology  Designed for High School Regular Education Teachers Andrew Krumland

14 Stop One: What are the ABCs of Special Education?  Instructional Design Project:  Web-Based Instructional Module Special Education Acronyms/Terminology  Designed for High School Regular Education Teachers  Alternative learning medium Andrew Krumland

15 Stop One: What are the ABCs of Special Education?  Instructional Design Project:  Web-Based Instructional Module Special Education Acronyms/Terminology  Designed for High School Regular Education Teachers  Alternative learning medium Entirely online (outside of the traditional school day) Andrew Krumland

16 Journey Continues Andrew Krumland

17 Journey Continues Andrew Krumland Stop 2: Why the ABCs of Special Education?

18 Stop Two: Why the ABCs of Special Education? Andrew Krumland

19 Stop Two: Why the ABCs of Special Education?  According to the National Center for Education Statistics (2010): Andrew Krumland

20 Stop Two: Why the ABCs of Special Education?  According to the National Center for Education Statistics (2010): From the number of identified students aged 3- 21, that received special education and related services in public education, has grown from: Andrew Krumland

21 Stop Two: Why the ABCs of Special Education?  According to the National Center for Education Statistics (2010): From the number of identified students aged 3- 21, that received special education and related services in public education, has grown from: o 3,694,000 to 6,598,853 Andrew Krumland

22 Stop Two: Why the ABCs of Special Education?  According to the National Center for Education Statistics (2010): From the number of identified students aged 3- 21, that received special education and related services in public education, has grown from: o 3,694,000 to 6,598,853 o 13% of the overall K-12 student population in the USA Andrew Krumland

23 Stop Two: Why the ABCs of Special Education?  According to the National Center for Education Statistics (2010): From the number of identified students aged 3- 21, that received special education and related services in public education, has grown from: o 3,694,000 to 6,598,853 o 13% of the overall K-12 student population in the USA 12% of my schools current population Andrew Krumland

24 Stop Two: Why the ABCs of Special Education? Andrew Krumland

25 Stop Two: Why the ABCs of Special Education?  Why an online learning tool? Andrew Krumland

26 Stop Two: Why the ABCs of Special Education?  Why an online learning tool?  Flexibility Andrew Krumland

27 Stop Two: Why the ABCs of Special Education?  Why an online learning tool?  Flexibility  Something new Andrew Krumland

28 Stop Two: Why the ABCs of Special Education?  Why an online learning tool?  Flexibility  Something new  Increase technological awareness Andrew Krumland

29 Stop Two: Why the ABCs of Special Education? Andrew Krumland

30 Stop Two: Why the ABCs of Special Education?  Why Special Education Acronyms and Terminology? Andrew Krumland

31 Stop Two: Why the ABCs of Special Education?  Why Special Education Acronyms and Terminology?  Inclusive model Andrew Krumland

32 Stop Two: Why the ABCs of Special Education?  Why Special Education Acronyms and Terminology?  Inclusive model  New information Andrew Krumland

33 Stop Two: Why the ABCs of Special Education?  Why Special Education Acronyms and Terminology?  Inclusive model  New information  Additional supports Andrew Krumland

34 Pit Stop Andrew Krumland

35 Pit Stop Andrew Krumland Stop 3: Purpose of the ABCs of Special Education

36 Stop Three: Purpose Andrew Krumland

37 Stop Three: Purpose  To develop and assess the effectiveness of a web-based instructional module on special education acronyms and terminology Andrew Krumland

38 Stop Three: Purpose  To develop and assess the effectiveness of a web-based instructional module on special education acronyms and terminology  The objective and focus was to provide regular education teachers with basic information of special education through a non-traditional, online format. Andrew Krumland

39 On the road again!!! Andrew Krumland

40 On the road again!!! Andrew Krumland

41 On the road again!!! Andrew Krumland Stop 4: Design

42 Andrew Krumland

43 Stop 4: Design Andrew Krumland

44 Stop 4: Design Andrew Krumland Software/Programs

45 Stop 4: Design  Weebly Andrew Krumland Software/Programs

46 Stop 4: Design  Weebly  SurveyMonkey Andrew Krumland Software/Programs

47 Stop 4: Design  Weebly  SurveyMonkey  PowerPoint Andrew Krumland Software/Programs

48 Stop 4: Design  Weebly  SurveyMonkey  PowerPoint  Camtasia Andrew Krumland Software/Programs

49 Stop 4: Design (Weebly) Andrew Krumland

50 Stop 4: Design (Weebly) Andrew Krumland  Weebly: Free online website platform

51 Stop 4: Design (Weebly) Andrew Krumland  Weebly: Free online website platform

52 Stop 4: Design (Weebly) Andrew Krumland  Weebly: Free online website platform  Easy to develop

53 Stop 4: Design (Weebly) Andrew Krumland  Weebly: Free online website platform  Easy to develop  Easy for the user navigate

54 Stop 4: Design (SurveyMonkey) Andrew Krumland

55 Stop 4: Design (SurveyMonkey) Andrew Krumland  Web-based survey creating software

56 Stop 4: Design (SurveyMonkey) Andrew Krumland  Web-based survey creating software  Demographic survey  Pre-module survey  Pre-module test  Post-module survey  Post-module test.

57 Stop 4: Design (PowerPoint/Camtasia) Andrew Krumland  Multimedia

58 Stop 4: Design (PowerPoint/Camtasia) Andrew Krumland  Multimedia  Review information as needed

59 Stop 4: Design (PowerPoint/Camtasia) Andrew Krumland  Multimedia  Review information as needed  Fun

60 Stop 4: Design (PowerPoint/Camtasia) Andrew Krumland

61 Stop 5: Methodology Andrew Krumland

62 Stop 5: Methodology Andrew Krumland Stop 5: Methodology

63  Location Andrew Krumland

64 Stop 5: Methodology  Location  Public High School Andrew Krumland

65 Stop 5: Methodology  Location  Public High School  Oahu Andrew Krumland

66 Stop 5: Methodology  High School Regular Education Teachers Andrew Krumland

67 Stop 5: Methodology  High School Regular Education Teachers  Content area taught Andrew Krumland

68 Stop 5: Methodology  High School Regular Education Teachers  Content area taught  Average number of special needs students Andrew Krumland

69 Stop 5: Methodology  High School Regular Education Teachers  Content area taught  Average number of special needs students  Experience teaching special needs students Andrew Krumland

70 Stop 5: Methodology  High School Regular Education Teachers  Content area taught  Average number of special needs students  Experience teaching special needs students  Potential willingness to participate in a non-traditional learning format Andrew Krumland

71 Stop 5: Methodology  Content Areas Andrew Krumland

72 Stop 5: Methodology  Content Areas  English Andrew Krumland

73 Stop 5: Methodology  Content Areas  English  Social Studies Andrew Krumland

74 Stop 5: Methodology  Content Areas  English  Social Studies  Science Andrew Krumland

75 Stop 5: Methodology  Content Areas  English  Social Studies  Science  Math Andrew Krumland

76 Stop 5: Methodology  Content Areas  English  Social Studies  Science  Math  Art Andrew Krumland

77 Stop 5: Methodology  Content Areas  English  Social Studies  Science  Math  Art  Health Andrew Krumland

78 Stop 5: Methodology  Content Areas  English  Social Studies  Science  Math  Art  Health  PE Andrew Krumland

79 Stop 6: Results Andrew Krumland

80 Stop 6: Results Andrew Krumland

81 Stop 6: Results Andrew Krumland Stop 6: Results

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83 Stop 6: Results  Fifteen teachers were initially targeted to complete this module. Andrew Krumland

84 Stop 6: Results  Fifteen teachers were initially targeted to complete this module.  5 participants didn’t complete the module Andrew Krumland

85 Stop 6: Results  Fifteen teachers were initially targeted to complete this module.  5 participants didn’t complete the module School to personal commitments Andrew Krumland

86 Stop 6: Results  Fifteen teachers were initially targeted to complete this module.  5 participants didn’t complete the module School to personal commitments Andrew Krumland

87 Stop 6: Results  Fifteen teachers were initially targeted to complete this module.  5 participants didn’t complete the module School to personal commitments  Ten participants completed the module Andrew Krumland

88 Stop 6: Results  Fifteen teachers were initially targeted to complete this module.  5 participants didn’t complete the module School to personal commitments  Ten participants completed the module Andrew Krumland

89 Stop 6: Results Andrew Krumland

90 Stop 6: Results  Pre and Post Tests Andrew Krumland

91 Stop 6: Results  Pre and Post Tests Andrew Krumland

92 Stop 6: Results  Pre and Post Tests  Increase of comprehension Andrew Krumland

93 Stop 6: Results  Pre and Post Tests  Increase of comprehension Pre-test was 83.8% Andrew Krumland

94 Stop 6: Results  Pre and Post Tests  Increase of comprehension Pre-test was 83.8% Post-test was 95.8%. Andrew Krumland

95 Stop 6: Results  Pre and Post Tests  Increase of comprehension Pre-test was 83.8% Post-test was 95.8%.  12% increase Andrew Krumland

96 Stop 6: Results  Pre and Post Tests  Increase of comprehension Pre-test was 83.8% Post-test was 95.8%.  12% increase Andrew Krumland

97 Stop 6: Results Andrew Krumland

98 Stop 6: Results  Individual Test Scores Andrew Krumland

99 Stop 6: Results  Individual Test Scores Andrew Krumland

100 Stop 6: Results  Individual Test Scores  Each participant scored higher Andrew Krumland

101 Stop 6: Results  Individual Test Scores  Each participant scored higher  Participants: Andrew Krumland

102 Stop 6: Results  Individual Test Scores  Each participant scored higher  Participants: 1, 4, 5, 7, and 10 increased by at least 10%. Andrew Krumland

103 Stop 6: Results Andrew Krumland

104 Stop 6: Results  It was important to view how the online module would be received by the participants. Andrew Krumland

105 Stop 6: Results Andrew Krumland

106 Stop 6: Results Benefit from an online learning module? Andrew Krumland

107 Stop 6: Results Benefit from an online learning module? Andrew Krumland

108 Stop 6: Results Andrew Krumland

109 Stop 6: Results Can technology be an effective tool? Andrew Krumland

110 Stop 6: Results Can technology be an effective tool? Andrew Krumland

111 Stop 7: Discussion Andrew Krumland

112 Stop 7: Discussion Andrew Krumland

113 Stop 7: Discussion Andrew Krumland Stop 7: Discussion

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115 Stop 7: Discussion  Observations/Insights Andrew Krumland

116 Stop 7: Discussion  Observations/Insights  Increase comprehension Andrew Krumland

117 Stop 7: Discussion  Observations/Insights  Increase comprehension  Eagerness to work in a new learning medium Andrew Krumland

118 Stop 7: Discussion  Observations/Insights Andrew Krumland

119 Stop 7: Discussion  Observations/Insights  Online format Andrew Krumland

120 Stop 7: Discussion  Observations/Insights  Online format Flexibility Andrew Krumland

121 Stop 7: Discussion  Observations/Insights  Online format Flexibility Potentially Cost Efficient Andrew Krumland

122 Stop 7: Discussion  Challenges Andrew Krumland

123 Stop 7: Discussion  Challenges  Data Andrew Krumland

124 Stop 7: Discussion  Challenges  Data  Sample Size Andrew Krumland

125 Stop 7: Discussion  For the next journey: Andrew Krumland

126 Stop 7: Discussion  For the next journey:  Larger Sample Size Andrew Krumland

127 Stop 7: Discussion  For the next journey:  Larger Sample Size K-12 schools Andrew Krumland

128 Stop 7: Discussion  For the next journey:  Larger Sample Size K-12 schools  Higher level material Andrew Krumland

129 Stop 7: Discussion  For the next journey:  Larger Sample Size K-12 schools  Higher level material  Utilize more technology Andrew Krumland

130 Stop 8: End of the Road Andrew Krumland

131 Stop 8: End of the Road Andrew Krumland Stop 8: End of the Road

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133 Stop 8: End of the Road  Conclusion: Andrew Krumland

134 Stop 8: End of the Road  Conclusion: Data Shows Andrew Krumland

135 Stop 8: End of the Road  Conclusion: Data Shows Improvement in comprehension Andrew Krumland

136 Stop 8: End of the Road  Conclusion: Data Shows Improvement in comprehension Interest in the delivery (online) Andrew Krumland

137 Stop 8: End of the Road  Conclusion: Data Shows Improvement in comprehension Interest in the delivery (online) Effective Andrew Krumland

138 End of the Road Andrew Krumland

139 End of the Road Andrew Krumland Thank you for your time

140 End of the Road Andrew Krumland

141 End of the Road Andrew Krumland Big thanks to my team, teachers, family, and participants!!!

142 End of the Road Andrew Krumland

143 End of the Road Andrew Krumland You can check out my


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