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  • 1. E-moderating Jane Challinor Chris Goldsmith
  • 2.
      • * Introductions
    •  
      • *Salmon's 5 stage model
    •  
      • *Discussion Boards
    •  
      • *Using wikis
    •  
        • *Wimba classroom
    •  
      • *Blackboard chat
    •  
      •   *Ten top tips for tutors
    •  
    •  
  • 3. what kind of superpower would you choose and why?
  • 4.
      • What are the
      • essential differences
      • between a face-to-
      • face and an on-line
      • tutoring role?
      • Exercise……
  • 5. Stage 1: Access
      • software training
      • regular practice
      • structure
      • learner needs
      • high anxiety
      • low confidence
  • 6. Stage 2 Socialisation
      • introductions
      • netiquette
      • patience
      • encourage play
      • highlight transferable skills
      • help learners be selective
  • 7. Stage 3: Information Sharing
      • work constantly to
      • summarise ( weaving )
      • acknowledge different
      • learning styles
      • encourage enjoyment
      • &participation
  • 8. Stage 4: Knowledge Construction
  • 9. Stage 5: Development
      • “ The original development of the 5 stage model demonstrated that, as learners gradually increased in confidence, there was generally less intervention by moderators and yet, apparently, more learning occurring from the students groups” Gilly Salmon
  • 10. Blackboard Chat ....(Office hours)
  • 11. Wiki – multiple editors
  • 12.  
  • 13. Review history
  • 14. Compare versions
  • 15. Assessment
  • 16. Include Comments
  • 17. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a0itVcuPxEc
  • 18. For further information:
    • Gilly Salmon: All Things in Moderation” website:
    • http://www.atimod.com/e-moderating/intro.shtml