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Student-led facilitation strategies in online discussions - 0 views

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    This article describes a study done in a graduate education course, where students were asked to facilitate discussions. It highlights specific discussion types and walks through the problems students experienced adjusting to this new role. (Even though they were teachers themselves, these graduate students weren't accustomed to functioning in the teacher role during an online class!)
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    This study explored student-led facilitation strategies used to overcome the challenges of instructor-dominated facilitation, enhance the sense of learning community, and encourage student participation in online discussions...
Jessica M

Peer Edit With Perfection: Effective Strategies - ReadWriteThink - 0 views

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    readwritethink.org lesson plan on peer editing
Jessica M

Students' Learning Style Preferences and Teachers' Instructional Strategies: Correlatio... - 0 views

  • the majority of studies pertaining to learning styles involved participants in secondary or post-secondary education
  • Past research has predominately focused on identifying individuals’ learning style preferences and pattern
  • helping teachers recognize the incredibly diverse needs students bring into the classroom
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  • This extends to those with special learning needs
  • and Guild (2001) even suggested                       between teaching and learning styles
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    is there a correlation between student learning styles and teacher instruction strategies?
Heather Kurto

Replicating the Use of a Cognitive Presence Measurement Tool - 1 views

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    "Table 2 Community)of)Inquiry)Categories"
Lisa Martin

Tips from: Strategies for Managing Workload by Penn State World Campus at one... - 0 views

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    I summarized what I thought were the most valuable tips from these videos for myself as a reference.
Amy M

Section 4.4: Classroom Management Strategies - 0 views

  • Horton (2006) asserts disruptive behavior is as common in the online classroom as it is in face-to-face classrooms; however, the “opportunities for bad behavior are magnified by the power of technology” (p. 488).
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    EDIT 5397: Online Teaching Training Course
Lauren D

Scaffolding and Achievement in Problem-Based and Inquiry Learning: A Response to Kirsch... - 0 views

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    "Scaffolding makes the learning more tractable for students by changing complex and difficult tasks in ways that make these tasks accessible, manageable, and within student's zone of proximal development."
Lauren D

Theory_and_Practice_of_Online_Learning - 0 views

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    The effective online learning teacher makes provision for negotiation of activities, or even content, to satisfy unique learning needs. As they become more informed participants and consumers of formal education, learners are also demanding increased input into the control of their learning
Lauren D

Direct Instruction: Targeting Strategies for Student Success - 1 views

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    "The exemplary model of direct, explicit instruction consists of five phases that allow teachers to scaffold instruction, gradually shifting and releasing responsibility for completing a task from themselves to students." 1. Orientation 2. Presentation 3. Structured Practice 4. Guided Practice 5. Independent Practice
Lauren D

Strategies for motivating students / Engaging and motivating students / Facilitating / ... - 0 views

  • communicate with your students, right from the start, what will be required of them as an online learner
  • encourage students to seek help when they don't understand something about how the course is facilitated or course content
  • Guest presenters The advantage of the online learning means that guest presenters can be located anywhere throughout the world. This potentially increasing their availability, flexibility and quality.
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  • Blogs There are numerous ways to integrate blogs into an online course. For example, recording a learning experience over a period of time. Students can also review and compare other students' blogs and draw their own conclusions about particular topics.
  • Non - computer based activities Just because an online course is online does not necessarily mean that all learning has to occur in front of the computer screen. Activities can be developed that require students to engage in the physical environment.
George Dale

Discussion Prompts - Pedagogical Repository - 2 views

  • Effective online discussion prompts provide a frame of reference through an associated shared experience or learning activity, but there are numerous creative ways in which this context can be brought to bear.
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    Various types of discussion prompts are discussed.
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    Great *short* discussion of discussions (are we getting meta yet?) with specific examples of prompts and direction. Also nice reference list.
Erin Fontaine

Blended Course Design: Strategies for Success / FrontPage - 0 views

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    This is really helping me see where I want to go with my class. Highlights and stickies ot follow...
Joan McCabe

NYS Student Learning Objectives - 0 views

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    New NYS standards for effective teaching, learning, and assessment. Will be required for every subject and grade level in elementary through highschool, except physical education. Back to teachers proving themselves based on the outcomes of students on standardized tests.
Joan McCabe

Effective Online Instructional and Assessment Strategies - 1 views

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    Describes effective online teaching strategies and forms of assessment. Lists benefits of online learning and assessments.
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