Good practice in undergraduate online education:• encourages contacts between students and faculty• develops reciprocity and cooperation among students• uses active learning techniques• gives prompt feedback• emphasizes time on task• communicates high expectations• respects diverse talents and ways of learning. Chickering, A., & Ehrmann, S.C., (1996).
the world! I’m the king ofGartner’s hype cycle http://ukcle.typepad.com/digital_directions/2010/09/hype-cycle-for-education-2010.html Step 1: Know why you’re going online
Step 2: PlanLearning Assessments Activities FeedbackoutcomesTechnologies Time Skills Support
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