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This session was for faculty of the College of Education to discuss how to "Add Depth to Discussion" in an online environment, ie. Blackboard, wikis, blogs, Google Docs. All Links are live and active …

This session was for faculty of the College of Education to discuss how to "Add Depth to Discussion" in an online environment, ie. Blackboard, wikis, blogs, Google Docs. All Links are live and active as of Sept. 15, 2011.
Please note: The formatting of the reference page didn't convert well.

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  • 1. Adding Depth to Discussion
    IDEAS Room Faculty Discussion Session
    Wendy Grojean
    September 2011
  • 2. Blackboard Discussion Tools
    Blog
    Journal Entries-Group & Individual
    Wikis
    Discussion Board
  • 3. Other tools…
    Tumblr
    Blogger
    Edublogs
    GoogleDocs
    Wikis-Google Sites & Wikispaces
    What have you used?
  • 4. Tools & Pedagogy
    Tools are not effective without good pedagogy.
    Eight Tips for Facilitating Effective Online Discussion Forums
  • 5. Examples of Expectations
    1.The Do's and Don'ts of Online Student Communication
    2. The Core Rules of Netiquette-Albion.com
    3. Netiquette Guidelines-Paradigm Publishing
    4. What expectations do you communicate with students?
  • 6. Questioning
    • Good questioning:
    -Eliminates plagiarism
    -Models good instruction for teacher candidates
    • What questioning methods do you use?
  • Questioning Resources
    • Question resources:
    • 7. McKenzie “Questioning Tool Kit”
    • 8. Jamie Mckenzie questioning research article: "Questioning as Technology”
    • 9. New Blooms Taxonomy
    • 10. “Bloom’s Taxonomy Blooms Digitally”
    • 11. Kathy Schrock’s Bloomin’ Google
  • Assessment of Discussions
    Rubrics
    Participation Points
    What have you done? What works for you?
  • 12. Rubric Resources
    Sample Rubric –University of Pittsburgh
    Tips and Rubrics-Middle Tennessee State University
    Rubric example-University of Wisconsin-Stout
    What type/style of rubrics work for you?
  • 13. References
    Christopher, M., Thomas, J., & Tallent-Runnels, M. (2004, Spring). Raising the bar: Encouraging high level thinking in online discussion forums. Roeper Review, 26 (3), 166-171. Retrieved from Teacher Reference Center database. (12902668)
    Discussion board tips and pedagogy [Information Sheet]. (n.d.). Retrieved September 7, 2011,
    from Middle Tennessee State University website:http://frank.mtsu.edu/~‌ webctsup/f‌aculty/‌manual/W‌ ebCTDiscussionBoard_Tips-Pedagogy.pdf
    Frey, B. (n.d.). Rubric for asynchronous discussion participation [Rubric]. Retrieved September
    9, 2011, from http://www.udel.edu/janet/MARC2006/rubric.html
    Im, Y., & Lee, O. (2003-2004, Winter). Pedagogical implications of online discussion for
    pre-service teacher training. Journal of Research Technology in Education, 36(2), 155-170.Retrieved from Teacher Reference Center database. (13036613)
    McKenzie, J. (1997, November/December). A questioning toolkit. From Now On: The
    Educational Technology Journal, 7(3). Retrieved from:
    http://fno.org/nov97/toolkit.html
  • 14. References (cont’d)
    McKenzie, J. (2003, April). Questioning as technology. From Now On: The Educational Technology Journal. Retrieved from http://questioning.org/qtech.html
    Nielsen, L. E. (2010). Discussion rubric for online class [Rubric]. Retrieved September 9, 2011, from University of Wisconsin-Stout website: http://www2.uwstout.edu/content/profdev/rubrics/discussionrubric.html
    Owens, R. (2009, July 23). Eight tips for facilitating effective online discussion forums. Faculty Focus. Retrieved from http://www.facultyfocus.com/a‌rticles/
    asynchronous-learning-and-trends/e‌ight-tips-for-facilitating-effective-online- discussion-forums/
    Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy [Guide]. (n.d.). Retrieved September 7, 2011, from Wayne County Schools website: http://www.techlearning.com/article/Blooms-Taxonomy-Blooms-Digitally/44988
    Ross, S. (2011). The core rules of netiquette [Guidelines]. Retrieved September 10, 2011, from Albion website: http://www.albion.com/netiquette/corerules.html
  • 15. References (cont’d)
    Rutkosky, N., & Seguin, D. (n.d.). Following netiquette guidelines [Guidelines]. Retrieved September 7, 2011, from Paradigm Publishing website:
    http://www.emcp.com/college_resource_centers/listonline.php?GroupID=6168
    Tucker, C. The do’s and don’ts of online student communication [Guidelines]. Retrieved
    September 8, 2011, from Collaborize Classroom website: http://www.wecollaborize.com//pdf/student-communication-online.pdf

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