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Towards Building Community:  The Value of  Your Teaching Presence in the Online Classroom
Towards Building Community:  The Value of  Your Teaching Presence in the Online Classroom
Towards Building Community:  The Value of  Your Teaching Presence in the Online Classroom
Towards Building Community:  The Value of  Your Teaching Presence in the Online Classroom
Towards Building Community:  The Value of  Your Teaching Presence in the Online Classroom
Towards Building Community:  The Value of  Your Teaching Presence in the Online Classroom
Towards Building Community:  The Value of  Your Teaching Presence in the Online Classroom
Towards Building Community:  The Value of  Your Teaching Presence in the Online Classroom
Towards Building Community:  The Value of  Your Teaching Presence in the Online Classroom
Towards Building Community:  The Value of  Your Teaching Presence in the Online Classroom
Towards Building Community:  The Value of  Your Teaching Presence in the Online Classroom
Towards Building Community:  The Value of  Your Teaching Presence in the Online Classroom
Towards Building Community:  The Value of  Your Teaching Presence in the Online Classroom
Towards Building Community:  The Value of  Your Teaching Presence in the Online Classroom
Towards Building Community:  The Value of  Your Teaching Presence in the Online Classroom
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Towards Building Community: The Value of Your Teaching Presence in the Online Classroom

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Presented by Israel Valenzuela, Instructional Designer, to online learning faculty at Greenville College, Greenville, IL, on July 23, 2011.

Presented by Israel Valenzuela, Instructional Designer, to online learning faculty at Greenville College, Greenville, IL, on July 23, 2011.

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  • 1. Saturday July 23 2011 Israel Valenzuela Online Faculty Development
  • 2.
    • Through a powerful Teaching Presence :
    • Adopt new practices to transform your
    • online classroom into a learning community
  • 3.
    • Israel Valenzuela
    • Instructional Designer
    • [email_address]
    • Skype: israelvalenzuela
  • 4.
    • Main Chat Area (all participants)
      • If you have questions, ask!
      • If you have comments, share!
    • Polls
    • Status Icons
      • Raise Hand, Agree, Applause, etc.
    • Open-minded and Reflective Thinking
  • 5.
    • Online and In-Room Participants:
    • Please use the Main Chat Area to respond.
    What are the characteristics of a thriving learning community?
  • 6.
    • Social
    • Cognitive
    • Teaching
  • 7.
    • Design and Organization
    • Facilitating Discourse
    • Direct Instruction
    THREE CATEGORIES
  • 8.
    • 1. Design and Organization
        • New learning context
        • Attention to detail
  • 9.
    • 2. Facilitating Discourse
        • Learners’ Roles
        • Guide, support, nurture, coach
  • 10.
    • 3. Direct Instruction
        • Intellectual and scholarly leadership
  • 11.
    • Which of the three categories
    • of Teaching Presence
    • presents the most challenge to you?
    • Online and In-Room Participants:
    • Please use the Poll Area to respond.
  • 12.
    • TOO MUCH PRESENCE
    • Everything
    • At all times
    • 24/7
    • INSUFFICIENT PRESENCE
    • “ It will just happen.”
    • Invisible presence
  • 13.
    • Taking Action:
    • List some things that you can do differently to foster community
    • and transform my online classrooms.
    • Online and In-Room Participants:
    • Please use the Main Chat Area to respond.
  • 14.  
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