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Online Teaching Techniques

  1. 1. Pedagogical Technique - form used to present material to be learned e.g. lecture, panel, and group discussion. (Boyle)
  2. 2. TECHNIQUES ACCORDING TO STUDENTINTERACTION WITH LEARNING RESOURCESone-alone techniquesone-to-one techniquesone-to-many techniquesmany-to-many techniques
  3. 3. ONE-ALONE: characterized by retrieval of information fromonline resources and the fact that a student can perform thelearning task without communication with the teacher or otherstudents.ONE-TO-ONE: can be conducted via e-mail applicationsONE-TO-MANY: will typically be conducted via bulletinboards or distribution lists for e-mail.MANY-TO-MANY: can be organized within computerconferencing systems, bulletin board systems, or distributionlists for e-mail.
  4. 4. Online databasesOnline journalsOnline applicationsSoftware librariesOnline interest groupsInterviews
  5. 5. Learning contractsApprenticeshipsInternshipsCorrespondence Studies
  6. 6. LecturesSymposiumsSkits
  7. 7. DebatesSimulations or gamesRole PlaysCase studiesDiscussion groupsTranscript based assignmentsBrainstormingDelphi TechniquesNominal group techniquesForumsProject groups
  8. 8. Three Generations of Flexible Learning Pedagogies Behaviourist/ Cognitive learning - Self Paced, Individual Study Networked Learning - Constructivist using - Group Connectivist learning Pedagogy
  9. 9. …individual participant’s success with onlinecommunication depends on effective use of thetechnical resources available, along with theguidance and leadership provided by a skilledinstructor moderator and tempered by thelearner’s own capabilities and preferences forcollaborative, cooperative, active, and self-directed learning. (Fahy)
  10. 10. Many institutions support learningby taking full advantage of theemerging technologies. Web 2.0tools are a facilitator element ofonline teaching for they provide“both the content of learning, andthe tools to promote learning itself.”(Bawden et al.)
  11. 11. Are you prepared to 21st century e-learning?Look through thelist (3) and tick on the ones youbelieve you have. Share your results and comments.
  12. 12. REFERENCES Bawden, D., et al. (2007). “Towards Curriculum 2.0: library / informationeducation for a Web 2.0 world”. Library and Information Research.http://www.lirg.org.uk/lir/ojs/index.php/lir/article/viewFile/49/74Boyle, P. G. (1981). Planning Better Programs. New York: McGraw-Hill BookCompany.Elias, J. L., & Merriam, S. (1980). Philosophical foundations of adulteducation. Malabar, FL: Robert E. Krieger.Fahy, P. (2008). “Characteristics of interactive online learning media”. Thetheory and practice of online learning. AU Press Athabasca University. 167-200http://cde.athabascau.ca/online_book/Paulsen, M.(1995) The Online Report on Pedagogical Techniques for Computer-Mediated Communication. NKI. Oslo.http://www.nettskolen.com/forskning/19/cmcped.html
  13. 13. Links(1) Three Generations of Distance Education Pedagogy:http://cider.athabascau.ca/CIDERSessions/tanderson/cider%203%20generations%20of%20DE.pdf(2) Anita Rosen ReadyGohttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RXeV-MhIocM&feature=player_embedded(3) Teachers digital skills tick listhttp://urtak.com/u/1826Paula Silva – E-learning Student at Universidade Aberta.http://percursodeestudoseme-learning.blogspot.com/

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