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This is a presentation from the SITE 2011 conference in Nashville, TN on March 8, 2011.

This is a presentation from the SITE 2011 conference in Nashville, TN on March 8, 2011.

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  • 1. Hearing a Chorus of Nods: A Connected Stance in Online Asynchronous Communication Dr. Susan Wegmann University of Central Florida [email_address] SITE, 2011 March 8, 2011 Room: 11 2:45 PM-3:45 PM
  • 2. Susan is. . .
  • 3. We were. . .
  • 4.
    • Characteristics of Good Students?
  • 5.
    • Characteristics of Good Instructors?
  • 6. Connected Stance
    • Moves
    • 1. Introducing a new topic
    • 2. Sharing opinion/ 3. Sharing beliefs
    • 4. Connecting to other readings
    • 5. Connecting to their own experiences
    • 6. Connecting to their own classrooms
    • 7. Connecting to their own thinking
    • (reflecting)
    • 8. Building rapport
    • 9. Suggesting a new organizational theme
    • 10. Revealing their own struggles
    • 11. Responding to another peer’s question
    • 12. Giving information
    • 13. Giving advice
    • 14. Connecting to a previous thought
    • 15. Questioning (or wondering)
    • 16. Giving an example
    • 17. Sharing “Grand idea” (sweeping
    • generalization)
    • 18. Challenging a peer
    • 19. Connecting to course content
    • 20. Using humor 
  • 7.
    • When students think deeply and engage fully with:
      • their reading
      • their peers
      • their teachers
      • the computer
      • And show deep, engaged, challenging interactions, we called this a connected stance.
      • Social Presence is enacted.
  • 8. Disconnected Stance
    • “ I have read your introduction and I am so pleased to be in this learning community with you. My God bless your future endeavors”
  • 9.
    • 153 word initial posting
    • “ Good job”
    • 75 word initial posting
    • “ Keep up the good work”
    • 210 word initial posting
    • “ I like what you said”
    • 64 word posting
    • “ I agree with everything you said.”
  • 10. In answer. . .
    • Structuring discussion boards
      • Open
      • Experimental
    • 3R - Respond, react, reply
    • Examples
    • Rubric
    • End with a question
  • 11. Data Sources
      • Discussion board entries, 2 universities, 2 graduate level reading courses, 32 students total
      • End of term survey (addressing each of the four types of interaction)
      • Informal interviews with students
      • Student evaluations
  • 12.  
  • 13.  
  • 14. Online Discussers
    • Who is the stronger student? Why?
  • 15. Making Expectations Explicit. . .
    • Rubric
    • Examples
    • E-mails/phone calls
    • Reminders within assignments
  • 16. Discussion Rubric
  • 17.  
  • 18.  
  • 19. Rubric Changes
  • 20. Instructor Characteristics
  • 21. Conclusions:   Characteristics of Successful Online Communication
  • 22. Future Plans
  • 23. Hearing a Chorus of Nods: A Connected Stance in Online Asynchronous Communication Dr. Susan Wegmann University of Central Florida [email_address] SITE, 2011 March 8, 2011 Room: 11 2:45 PM-3:45 PM