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How to support your online students.

How to support your online students.

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  • Brainstorm support for students Sort into intro/orientation and ongoing How might we duplicate this online
  • Fully online students will require different introduction to blended Three emails
  • Do you use icebreakers What do you do? Does this translate to online? Introduce yourself forum Group Story Alphabet Game
  • Refer to ideas brought up in the original brainstorming
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    • 1. Term1 Moodle Training Webinars
    • 2. Webinar 1 Supporting Your Students in Moodle ©GippsTAFE
    • 3. How are GippsTAFE students supported?
    • 4. How are GippsTAFE students supported?
      • Student diary
      • Induction
      • Question time
      • Library
      • Course information
      • Handouts
      • Written instructions
      • Resource lists
      • Opportunity to network
    • 5. Why bother?
    • 6. Supporting Your Students
      • Introduction to the online environment
      • Orientation/Practice activities
      • Ongoing support
    • 7. Introducing the Online Environment
      • Introduce the course
      • Explain the role of GippsTAFE Online/Moodle
      • Provide URL
      • Provide Login details
      • Help Guides http://libguides.gippstafe.edu.au/content.php?pid=115934&sid=1003209
    • 8.
      • Links to:
      • GippsTAFE policies
      • Student Support Services
      • Library
      • Online Learning Help Guides
      Calendar shows important dates eg Assignment due dates
    • 9.  
    • 10. Expectations
      • Provide information about:
      • What you expect of them
      • What they can expect of you
      • Your contact details & work pattern
      • Online Student Guidelines https://innovation.gippstafe.edu.au/HelpDocs/OnLineLearning/OLL_OnlineCourseGuidelines.pdf
    • 11.  
    • 12.  
    • 13. Orientation/Practice Activities
      • Introduce students to tools
      • Develop a sense of community
      • Evidence of engagement
    • 14. Ice Breakers
    • 15. Practice Activities
      • Self test quizzes
      • Reflective journal
      • Online questionnaire
    • 16. But it doesn’t stop there!
      • Once the students have commenced the course how can we continue this support?
    • 17. Ongoing Support
      • Written instructions
      • Links to Online Learning Help Guides
      • Question & Answer Forum
      • FAQs
      • Personal contact
      • Timelines/timetables
      • Course design
      • Examples
      • Regular communication
      • Timely & Constructive feedback
    • 18. Questions
    • 19. Conclusion
      • Supporting students in the online environment will enhance their learning experience and increase the likelihood that they will complete their course.
    • 20. Next session Tuesday 14 Feb @ 12.00 non – 1.00 pm or Thursday 16 Feb @4.00 pm – 5.00 pm
      • Assignments in Moodle
      • Types
      • Attachments
      • Settings
      • Marking & Feedback

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