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Dennis OConnor

E-Learning Graduate Certificate Program: Problem solving in an online constructivist cl... - 0 views

  • If you come across a question you can't answer, be honest. Don't bluff or portray yourself as an expert when you aren't. Instead model the collaborative skills you've developed and work together with the student to solve problems.
  • By sharing power you enhance the learning community. 
  • 1. Wait time.
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  • Here are some problem solving tips.
  • 2. Admit when you're uncertain.
  • 3. Practicum Interns should consult with your cooperating instructor on anything that might get sticky.
  • In an internship,  go to your cooperating cooperating instructor first.  
  • When you're teaching online for a company or university use the chain of command.
  • 4. Use your search skills.
  • Problem solving is an ongoing process. 
  • See our NEW Checklist for Online Instructors for a comprehensive guide to best practices in e-learning! 
Barbara Lindsey

Interdisciplinary Middle Years Multimedia - 0 views

    The IMYM model demonstrates how the infusion of information and communication technologies (ICT) with promising instructional practices such as inquiry and constructivism can add value to teaching, learning, and assessing.
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