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  3. 3. #1: Organize, Organize, Organize! <br />Recognize the key differences between face-to-face and online class time<br />Map our your course schedule in as much detail as you can<br />Locate course materials in obvious places <br />Be timely about changes to the course <br />Keep good records of class time & student issue<br />
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  5. 5. #2: Expect Tech Failz<br />Not if, when.<br />Be realistic about your students’ (and your own) tech literacy<br />Let students occupy tech expert roles<br />Always have a back-up plan<br />Read DickieSelfe’s article “Techno-Pedagogical Explorations: Toward Sustainable Technology-Rich Instruction”<br />
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  7. 7. #3: Create Transparency<br />Keep your assignments simple and clear, because you will be explaining them frequently<br />Make pedagogical goals and techniques apparent to students<br />Let students take a role in the composition of your course<br />Explore and discuss any remarkable classroom situations that come up<br />
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  9. 9. #4: Create Community<br />Put faces to names ASAP<br />Exploit face-to-face time <br />Create/modify a CMS that works for your students<br />Upgrade student conferences <br />Get social (media)<br />Be (somewhat) inescapable<br />
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  11. 11. #5: Be A [Post]human Being<br />Understand your teaching persona and how it changes in different spaces<br />Recognize the affordances of your image, voice, and your physical body <br />Solicit regular student feedback<br />
  12. 12. http://aristotlejulep.com/online/teaching<br />

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