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UW-Stout Facilitation and Response Best Practices

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Facilitation and Response Rubric

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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, July 31, 2013 11:24 AM

Here's an infographic based on our discussion self-evaluation rubric in UW-Stout's 3 unite graduate online course: E-Learning for Educators

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This criteria will work for my class blogs.

Donald Parker's curator insight, August 1, 2013 9:23 AM

E-learning for Edicators: Best practices infographic

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How to Develop Effective Discussion Questions

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"A distinguishing feature of online education verses the face-to-face environment are class discussions. Face-to-face discussions are typically spontaneous interplay with the minority of students being actively involved, haphazard in their preparation, with the appearance of mostly the verbal-oriented and self-confident members of a class. Discussions are often a presentation technique to avoid lecture lethargy or sleepiness, and are not considered a prime facilitator of the education process

 

In an asynchronous online environment, discussion questions are planned and students and faculty respond with considered answers. Faculty carefully craft questions to fit content and student needs. Respondents, both students and faculty, can take the time to carefully research and develop their responses. Therefore, the achieved learning from online discussions is potentially much greater than in a face-to-face environment."

 

This is a three part series that will help any online practicioner to better understand the complexities of writing discussion prompts and facilitating threaded discussion.  This is a university level research effort with a solid bibliography.  Well worth reading! ~ Dennis T. O'Connor


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Dos and Don’ts of Online Student Communication

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Our most popular resource, this Do’s and Don’ts guide will help you establish clear expectations for online communication.

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