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    • The Online Classroom
      Presented by
      Dionne N. Curbeam
    • Objective
      By the conclusion of this presentation, participants will have analyzed five elements that help foster a success-driven online learning environment.
    • Distance Education
      When the student and instructor are separated by time and/or space.
      Online
      Courses
      Correspondence
      Courses
      Video/Tele
      Courses
      Computer-Based
      Learning
    • HYBRID/BLENDED:
      The class combines online and face-to-face meetings
      SYNCHRONOUS:
      The class meets online at the same time.
      FULLY ONLINE:
      The class never interacts face-to-face
      ASYNCHRONOUS:
      Students complete the class at different times.
    • Fact or Fiction?
      It is easier to teach online than face-to-face.
      Copyright laws do not apply in the online classroom.
      It is recommend that before one teachers online, he/she should be a student in an online class.
      If you can teach face-to-face, then you can teach online.
    • Fact or Fiction?
      Fiction -It is easier to teach online than face-to-face.
      Fiction -Copyright laws do not apply in the online classroom.
      Fact -It is recommend that before one teachers online, he/she should be a student in an online class.
      Fiction -If you can teach face-to-face, then you can teach online.
    • Bloom’s Taxonomy
      (Anderson & Krathwohl, 2001)
    • Academic Support
      Library
      Tutoring Sessions
      Virtual Classroom / Chatroom
      Student Success Center
      “Peer Mentors”
      References and resources
    • Basic Principles
      The teacher’s presence must be visible and available.
      Students must receive feedback.
      Technological requirements and estimated time requirements must be stated directly up-front.
      Be consistent with scheduling and grading.
    • Considerations
      The “loophole” generation
      Student authenticity
      Balancing time