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  • 1. Interactionin the Online Classroom
  • 2. Participation
  • 3. Online Interaction
    Student/Instructor
    Student/Student
    Student/Self Reflection
    Student/Content
    Lynch, M. M. (2002). The Online Educator: A Guide to Creating the Virtual Classroom. New York: RoutledgeFalmer.
  • 4. Student/Instructor Interaction
    Welcome/greeting
    Expectations for participation
    Timely feedback
    Visibility in the course
    Availability for questions and clarification
    Expectations for support
  • 5. Student/Student Interaction
    Introducing themselves to their classmates
    Images
    Videos
    Negotiating with each other re: the content
    Wikis
    Blogs
    Completing assignments
    Alternate technologies
    Student Lounge
    Emphasizing connectedness
  • 6. Setting Expectations
    10 Rules of Netiquette
    Rule 1: Remember the Human
    Rule 2: Adhere to the same standards of behavior online that you follow in real life
    Rule 3: Know where you are in cyberspace
    Rule 4: Respect other people's time and bandwidth
    Rule 5: Make yourself look good online
    Rule 6: Share expert knowledge
    Rule 7: Help keep flame wars under control
    Rule 8: Respect other people's privacy
    Rule 9: Don't abuse your power
    Rule 10: Be forgiving of other people's mistakes
    www.albion.com/netiquette/corerules.html
  • 7. Interaction with Content
    Harnessing the learning power of technology
    • Database structures
    • 8. Social Networking
    • 9. PBL
  • Discussion Dilemmas
    One hazard of online discussion may be that students believe that they are engaged in a presentation of their individual knowledge, rather than in a discussion which will generate concepts for exploration, and which will finally be the representation of content knowledge for the group. (Pawan, Paulus, Yalcin, & Chang, 2003)
    • Structured Responses
    • 10. Blended Narratives
    • 11. Educative Feedback
    • 12. Case-based Learning
  • Instructor Interjection – How much is too much?
    • Group formation of concepts (storming and norming)
    • 13. Reinforcement
    • 14. Redirection
    • 15. Mining for teachable moments
    • 16. Interjecting relevant information
  • Student Self-Reflection
    Post objectives prior to each week’s assignment
    Journaling/Blogging/ Video Diary – how am I meeting the objectives of the course?
    Summarizing and posting or emailing – how did the group discussion contribute to meeting the objectives of the course?