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Cub Kahn

Patterns in Course Design: How instructors ACTUALLY use the LMS - 2 views

    This study of 70,000 courses identified five course design archetypes in terms of LMS use:
    Supplemental - high in content but with very little student interaction
    Complementary - used primarily for one-way teacher-student communication
    Social - high peer-to peer interaction through discussion boards
    Evaluative - heavy use of assessments to facilitate content mastery
    Holistic - high LMS activity with a balances use of assessments, content, and discussion
Cub Kahn

Good Quality Discussion is Necessary But Not Sufficient in Asynchronous Tuition: A Brie... - 2 views

    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.
Cub Kahn

Strategies for Effective Technology Integration into Any Course: Aligning Content Knowl... - 1 views

    This site gives examples for each of the "Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education" from Chickering and Gamson (1987) and also references Chickering and Ehrmann's (1996) "Implementing the Seven Principles: Technology as Lever."
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