‘Why don’t my students participate in online discussion forums?’ I’ve received numerous comments [questions] like this one, about the lack of student participation in online discussion forums from instructors who appear more puzzled than frustrated. Why don’t students contribute even when their involvement is graded? An important question to address. As we navigate through adapting…
Getting an online class off the ground seems daunting on its own, but once it’s up and running, online educators find themselves facing an even bigger challenge — how to manage the potential workload of monitoring conversation on...
Many online courses use discussion boards and discussion in virtual meetings, but are they actually meaningful to student learning? Do students actively interact with the material to showcase high levels of content comprehension? Developing discussion both inside and outside of the classroom can be difficult. Specifically in an online course, active, engaging discussion is imperative between students and faculty. When designing course discussion there are many things to consider surrounding the questions asked and the amount of content for students to share.
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