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SEPTEMBER 27, 2013 [Providers] 7 Strategies for Building Community in Online Courses
Provide two non-graded asynchronous discussion forum in the course. Provide each group with its own private discussion forum. Provide some guidelines on effective virtual team-work. Provide netiquette and guidelines on how best to participate in the graded discussion forum, if applicable. You can combat this attrition by building community in your course.
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AUGUST 12, 2009 [Providers] Technology Training Videos for Teachers
Let’s face it, whether you are a teacher, instructional designer, teaching assistant or multimedia developer, the shear amount of new tools being released on the Internet makes it difficult to stay up to date with what’s new and what can apply best to your specific discipline. He runs a great site called teachertrainingvideos.com.
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JANUARY 11, 2012 [Providers] Top Four HOT Concepts in Distance Learning
They are using these gadgets daily for numerous activities and the mobility affordances provided by these items is very attractive to users. With just a little more effort on your part ( more info here ), you can provide students with choices in the file formats for their course materials. Distance Learning itself. So called ‘anytime, anywhere’ learning. Mobile learning. eTextbooks.
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MAY 31, 2010 [Providers] The power of Voice in online classrooms
It gets much closer to that providing that intangible feeling of face-to-face discussion while being completely asynchronous. Consider this scenario. You are an art history teacher and you are assigned with teaching a distance course. You want to translate this teaching method to the distance realm. would be difficult for scheduling reasons. Does this sound like a daunting scenario?
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ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE [Providers] Three ‘MUST HAVE” best practices in teaching online courses
| TUESDAY, JULY 19, 2011
However, summarized briefly are the four major perceived instructor actions that were responsible for course success: Providing
feedback that helped students understand their strengths and weaknesses. The distance instructor must be highly skilled in providing
timely and detailed feedback. ve also heard similar groaning when I have provided
feedback stating that the course assignment materials are not detailed enough, that a rubric would help or that a model solution might be useful to students. Why you might ask? Well – because there is no definitive list. It’s a must. MORE >>
ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE [Providers] Student-to-student interaction in small distance courses
| TUESDAY, JULY 5, 2011
them structure/guidance on what the feedback should be like and then have them submit their feedback to both the student and to you. The key to conducting this type of activity is providing
supports to help students accomplish this task at a distance. I have been asked several times about ideas for injecting student-to-student interaction into distance courses when the enrolment numbers are likely to be low. Some instructors feel that with low enrollment numbers that it might be better to design an assessment scheme that contains only individual work. Peer feedback. MORE >>
ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE [Providers] Should I buy books about technology in education? Answer: NO!
| MONDAY, JANUARY 10, 2011
So the permutations provided
by combining the three points above together contribute to why a good comprehensive book on the subject is difficult to find. The goal of the PLN is to provide
you with a support system of like-minded people asking like-minded questions and together you can act as a large professional development resource for each other. I received a great question over the weekend asking if I could “ help finding a good book about technology in post secondary education ” and I had to take a couple of days to think about it. Do you just give up? Check out the paper.li MORE >>
ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE [Providers] Consistency vs Variety in Online Assessments: is the balance important?
| WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2012
Over time I have learned that the best way to engage students is to provide
them two things: 1) a balanced yet consistent level of predictability and variability in the coursework, 2) a balanced level of student-to-student and student-to-instructor interaction. I received an email last week from a college professor who had a good question. She is designing her second online course and was wondering what my opinion was on the types of assignments that work best online. Yes – I vote for predictability and variety; however, there is more than one way to skin the cat. Final Exam: Week 14. MORE >>
ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE [Providers] Dear Professors: Please think like a Student sometimes. Thanks!
| WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2013
In the case where a large number HTML pages are unavoidable, can professors please try to provide
a print-friendly PDF version as well? We are changing Learning Management Systems (LMS) at my school. Lately I have been very busy transferring content from one LMS to another and prettying up courses. You must envy me right? smile*). Anyway, I am working on distance courses where the instructor and the students never meet face to face. So the primary method of communication of the course materials is via the course website on the LMS. ve seen some crazy things in my course conversion tasks. MORE >>
- [Providers] Video is KING in distance education ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | MONDAY, MARCH 5, 2012
- [Providers] Psychology of peer evaluation for group work effort online ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 2013
- [Providers] SchoolTube: Learning Without the Risk of Explicit Content ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2012
- [Providers] Don't Blink Eh?: Copyright Law is Changing in Canada - What It Means to Educators ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 2012
- [Providers] Controversy: Letting students run their own school within a school! ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2011
- [Providers] Conversation starters with your students online? ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2010
- [Providers] Online Social Networks Will Never Die! ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | MONDAY, JULY 12, 2010
- [Providers] Sneak Peek: Best Practices in Online Course Design for Higher Education ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2013
- [Providers] Technology in the Classroom – Hindrance or Help? ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | MONDAY, MAY 10, 2010
- [Providers] Distance instructors need to be more Responsive!!! ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2010
- [Providers] Cheating in Online Courses ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 2010
- [Providers] Do wikis work for any topic? How about math? ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 2009
- [Providers] Text messaging in your teaching ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 2009
- [Providers] Mobile Technology: Bigger than the Internet and the PC combined ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | FRIDAY, JULY 24, 2009
- [Providers] Free PD - Focus on your Foundation ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2009
- [Providers] eLearning – do we know what the heck we are doing? Are we in a rut? ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 2011
- [Providers] Web 2.0 can knock your socks off! ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 2009
- [Providers] e-Learning Acupuncture: Knee Replacement Surgery can be Fun! ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2006
- [Providers] e-Learning Acupuncture: Paper still beats electronic in 2007! ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 2007
- [Providers] e-Learning Acupuncture: Support Materials for using Wikis at a Distance ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 2007
- [Providers] e-Learning Acupuncture: Life by PowerPoint! ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 2007
- [Providers] e-Learning Acupuncture: Putting the microscope on Flickr ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 2008
- [Providers] Are you a Tech-Savvy Teacher? ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 2010
- [Providers] Chemistry Labs at a Distance: the Kitchen takes Centre Stage! ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2009
- [Providers] Live classroom polling without clickers? ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2008
- [Providers] CCK08: The most successful network in history! ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2008
- [Providers] Poducate Me! ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 2008
- [Providers] Invest 45 minutes in PowerPoint! ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 2008
- [Providers] Audio Feedback on Student Assignments in Online Courses ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2008
- [Providers] Is YouTube changing how we live? ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 2008
- [Providers] CCK08: 69 Learning Adventures in 6 Galaxies ELEARNING ACUPUNCTURE | FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2008
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