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  • Welcome to the 7th E-Teaching for E-Learning Seminar. On Thursday, April 2, we will have a lecture on designing online discussion activities, and a hands-on practice in Moodle forum and using Online Discussion Activities Design worksheet.

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  • Online Teaching for Learning Online Discussion Design Seminar #7 Dr. Jane Zahner, Visiting Professor Eszterh á zy K á roly F ö iskola, Eger, Hungary Valdosta State University, Georgia, USA
  • Asynchronous vs. Synchronous
    • Not at same time
    • In writing
    • Spellcheck/grammar
    • Flexible time
    • Size can vary (<20)
    • Formal strategies
    • Instructor Feedback
    • Easy documentation
    • At same time
    • Writing or speaking
    • Natural / informal
    • Limit size (6-8)
    • Strategies possible
    • Feedback difficult
    • Documentation, but awkward
    Blend possible
  • Asynchronous vs. Synchronous
    • Not at same time
    • In writing
    • Spellcheck/grammar
    • Flexible time
    • Size can vary (<20)
    • Formal strategies
    • Instructor Feedback
    • Easy documentation
    • At same time
    • Writing or speaking
    • Natural / informal
    • Limit size (6-8)
    • Strategies possible
    • Feedback difficult
    • Documentation, but awkward
    Blend possible
  • The instructor is in charge Discussions must be DESIGNED!
  • Share your classroom discussion topic
    • What class?
    • How many students?
    • Why have discussion?
    • Who leads?
    • How long?
    • Assessment or grading?
    • What’s next?
    TOPIC
  • Online Discussion Design
    • Think about:
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  • Online Discussion Design
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  • Online Discussion Design
    • Think about:
    • Participation
    • Observation
    • Interaction
  • Online Discussion Design
    • Think about:
    • Group
    • Individual
    • Both
    • None
  • Online Discussion Design
    • Think about:
  • Online Discussion Design
    • Think about:
  • Online Discussion Design
    • Think about:
  • Online Discussion Design
    • Think about:
  • Online Discussion Design
    • Think about how to know if the activity is effective: