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Nelson/Marlborough
 Enable the “making of friends” (Brown, 2001)
Beginning the 3 step process to the creation of the
community of learning
It is important that I :-
 Demonstrate confidence with E learning
 Be enthusiastic
 Take part in the process
“Instructo...
 Discussion Forums
 Elluminate
 Skype
 Course chat sessions
 Twitter (messaging service where you can
hold conversati...
 Facilitate open discussion and shared learning
 ‘Multiple Intelligences’, Gardner (1983)
Ensuring that the tutorials appeal to every type of
learner.
 Facilitating fee...
 Show support by being aware of the group
dynamic (Heron, ‘The Facilitators Handbook’)
 Acknowledge feelings
 Build gro...
 Use a question as basis for learning-
Constructivist approach
 Facilitating what students do with the content
of their ...
 Provide a secure, safe, non threatening
atmosphere for information sharing
 Ensure confidentiality
 Consider the use o...
 Reduce “distress” with online learning,
Noriko Hara and Rob Kling (2000)
 Provide supportive role
 Establish student k...
 Cell phone network
 Landline network
 Conference calling
 Learner led Learning
Learning at their own pace taking into account
life/family commitments
 “Learning to be an online ...
Facilitating opportunities for students to share
references and resources
 Delicious- creating a network
 Discussion of student `hands on progress` with
LMC
 Investigation that theoretical knowledge being
put to practical use
 Ensuring that the student is gaining the correct
clinical experience
 Asking critical reflective practice questions
 Knowledge of Self employed/employed
LMC`s
 Awareness of each areas strengths and
weaknesses.
 Endeavour to match LMC t...
 Close communication with LMC
 Does LMC have education needs?
 Is LMC confident with key learning objectives?
 What to...
 Identifying the problem
 Who owns the problem
 ? Needs/value based
 Create effective atmosphere
 Remove the emotion ...
 http://fled.wordpress.com/
Carolyn McIntosh, Senior Lecturer at Otago
Polytechnic
 http://sarah-stewart.blogspot.com/
S...
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Strategies To Support Students Learning Presentation For Interview 2

  1. 1. Nelson/Marlborough
  2. 2.  Enable the “making of friends” (Brown, 2001) Beginning the 3 step process to the creation of the community of learning
  3. 3. It is important that I :-  Demonstrate confidence with E learning  Be enthusiastic  Take part in the process “Instructor Modelling”
  4. 4.  Discussion Forums  Elluminate  Skype  Course chat sessions  Twitter (messaging service where you can hold conversations)
  5. 5.  Facilitate open discussion and shared learning
  6. 6.  ‘Multiple Intelligences’, Gardner (1983) Ensuring that the tutorials appeal to every type of learner.  Facilitating feedback from students
  7. 7.  Show support by being aware of the group dynamic (Heron, ‘The Facilitators Handbook’)  Acknowledge feelings  Build group trust  Developing openness  Celebrate learning
  8. 8.  Use a question as basis for learning- Constructivist approach  Facilitating what students do with the content of their learning
  9. 9.  Provide a secure, safe, non threatening atmosphere for information sharing  Ensure confidentiality  Consider the use of anonymous discomfort logs (already use of education logs)  Negotiate with students about communication needs
  10. 10.  Reduce “distress” with online learning, Noriko Hara and Rob Kling (2000)  Provide supportive role  Establish student knowledge and experience with online resources  Making students feel safe and secure in the knowledge that backup means of communication are available in the event of a failure.
  11. 11.  Cell phone network  Landline network  Conference calling
  12. 12.  Learner led Learning Learning at their own pace taking into account life/family commitments  “Learning to be an online learner”, (Brown, 2001) Becoming accustomed to new technology  help them develop some interest in how they are learning.
  13. 13. Facilitating opportunities for students to share references and resources  Delicious- creating a network
  14. 14.  Discussion of student `hands on progress` with LMC  Investigation that theoretical knowledge being put to practical use
  15. 15.  Ensuring that the student is gaining the correct clinical experience  Asking critical reflective practice questions
  16. 16.  Knowledge of Self employed/employed LMC`s  Awareness of each areas strengths and weaknesses.  Endeavour to match LMC to student  Supporting the LMC
  17. 17.  Close communication with LMC  Does LMC have education needs?  Is LMC confident with key learning objectives?  What to do if the student comes back and says LMC no good.
  18. 18.  Identifying the problem  Who owns the problem  ? Needs/value based  Create effective atmosphere  Remove the emotion from situation
  19. 19.  http://fled.wordpress.com/ Carolyn McIntosh, Senior Lecturer at Otago Polytechnic  http://sarah-stewart.blogspot.com/ Sarah Stewart, Senior Lecturer at Otago Polytechnic  http://jolt.merlot.org/vol4no1/mcelrath0308.htm Pedagogical Strategies for Building Community in Graduate Level Distance Education Courses

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