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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