e-Tutors practices for effective online teaching

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e-Tutors practices for effective online teaching

  1. 1. By Alba Cobra
  2. 2. Communication: The key to an effective e-Learning environment
  3. 3. Let students know what is expected from them: - the course goals - hardware needed - activities guidelines Show students how they can communicate with each other and with you. Provide them with demonstrations of tools/activities, and useful links.
  4. 4. Encourage students: - to get to know each other - to work in groups and individually - to share and exchange experiences even when working individually
  5. 5. Provide students with different tools that can help cater to their learning preferences by using synchronous and asynchronous activities
  6. 6. Use those different tools in order to engage students and promote active participation. Encourage discussions, reflections, questions and answers, interaction, collaboration.
  7. 7. Provide students with content resources that can help them build up their learning..
  8. 8. Design activities to make students´ ideas and thoughts visible, where they can elaborate on concepts given by asking, responding, talking, and analyzing, thus building their own understanding, enlarging their ways of seeing things, and sharing ideas and opinions.
  9. 9. Design meaningful activities to wrap up the course units and the course itself, and give students due dates for their readings, productions , and assignments.
  10. 10. BE PRESENT ENCOURAGING, PATIENT, UNDERSTANDING, HELPFUL, RESPONSIBLE, CREATIVE, ENGAGED.
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