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Cub Kahn

Bring Meaning to Online Discussion with Intentional Design - OLC - 1 views

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    A thought-provoking reflection and case study about online discussion design.
Cub Kahn

Teaching Online Will Make You a Better Teacher in Any Setting - 2 views

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    This article by Kevin Gannon would be ideal to share with faculty developing or teaching a hybrid or online course for the first time.
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Differences in Classroom Versus Online Exam Performance Due to Asynchronous Discussion ... - 3 views

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    "an average student who participates in online discussion will score 25 percentile points higher on course exams than an average student who participates in classroom discussion"
Cub Kahn

10 Tips for Effective Online Discussions | EDUCAUSE - 5 views

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    A set of good discussion facilitation tips, especially for faculty who are new to online teaching.
Cub Kahn

How to Use Questions to Promote Student Learning - 3 views

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    Though this post refers to in-class activities, the techniques are readily transferable to online teaching and learning.
Cub Kahn

Understanding Cognitive Engagement in Online Discussion: Use of a Scaffolded, Audio-bas... - 2 views

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    "Findings indicate that the scaffolded, audio-based argumentation activity helped students achieve higher levels of thinking skills as well as exert greater cognitive efforts during discussions. In addition, most students expressed a positive perception of and satisfaction with their experience."
Cub Kahn

ablconnect - 2 views

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    Harvard's online repository for active learning. Searchable by activity type (e.g., discussion, game, peer instruction, debate, presentation), subject area, timeline, learning goals, student scope (individual, pair, group, or whole-class), final product and assessment type. Site also summarizes research on active learning by activity type.
Cub Kahn

Good Quality Discussion is Necessary But Not Sufficient in Asynchronous Tuition: A Brie... - 3 views

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    Abstract: The growth of online learning within education has corresponded to an increase in use of asynchronous discussion. Asynchronous discussion is a form of interaction that is mediated rather than directed, and is characterized by a time lag in the interactions between discussants. In this paper we conducted a brief narrative review of the literature on asynchronous discussion. We argue, initially, that discussion is necessary, but not sufficient, for successful pedagogic outcomes-especially in the case of online learning. We identified areas of agreement within the literature on what can be considered the key factors for successful asynchronous discussion.
Shannon Riggs

Online Discussions - 4 views

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    Articulate presentation about facilitating online discussions
Shannon Riggs

Teaching Critical Thinking Through Online Discussions - 18 views

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