He has been using instructional technology since 1980s and is a true guru in Second Life and Adobe Captivate.
David will share his insights on how to build connection online.
Watch this 6 minute video to learn more
Here is a summary of this discussion:
1. Project personality
2. Come up with questions that stimulate discussion
3. Use voice thread
3. Utilize breakrooms
Stay tuned for more wisdom from David next week!
David’s personal blog: http://www.flexlearning.se
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Once online students realize that their professor is there for them, they start working on they own http://effectiveonlineteaching.org/2011/09/26/how-to-create-…ance-education/ via@mkostina
At the beginning of an online course the teacher needs to reassure students that all is well to increase student autonomy http://effectiveonlineteaching.org/2011/09/26/how-to-create-…ance-education/ via@mkostina
Forums on their own don’t work. A teacher needs to find questions that stimulate discussion http://effectiveonlineteaching.org/2011/09/26/how-to-create-…ance-education/ via@mkostina
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