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Strategies for Student
Engagement
in the Online Course
Bill Knapp, Dean
Learning Technologies
Lakeland Community College
My First Trip to Cleveland
What is Student Engagement?
• Active and Collaborative Learning
• Student Effort
• Academic Challenge
• Student-to-Faculty...
QM Research Project Results
Persistence and Student
Support
Support for Learners
• Orientation to Technologies
• Asynchronous v Synchronous
• Creating a Sense of Community
• Mentorin...
Skype for Online Office Hours
Student to Faculty Interaction
• Access via email
• Online Office Hours
• Subscribing to messages / SMS
• Share the human ...
Bloom’s Taxonomy Wheel
The instructor is responsible
for this part
Academic Challenge
• Performance and Authentic Assessment (creating
deliverables)
• Problem-based learning
• Writing multi...
Time on Task
Student Effort
• The student is responsible for their effort
• Students need clear expectations
Active and Collaborative
Learning
• Learners take responsibility for their own learning
• Active v Passive
• Community of ...
Community of Inquiry (COI)
Engaged v Engaging
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Strategies for Student Engagement in the Online Course

  1. 1. Strategies for Student Engagement in the Online Course Bill Knapp, Dean Learning Technologies Lakeland Community College
  2. 2. My First Trip to Cleveland
  3. 3. What is Student Engagement? • Active and Collaborative Learning • Student Effort • Academic Challenge • Student-to-Faculty Interaction • Support for Learners
  4. 4. QM Research Project Results
  5. 5. Persistence and Student Support
  6. 6. Support for Learners • Orientation to Technologies • Asynchronous v Synchronous • Creating a Sense of Community • Mentoring • On-campus Events / Newsletters • Student Organizations • Social Networks
  7. 7. Skype for Online Office Hours
  8. 8. Student to Faculty Interaction • Access via email • Online Office Hours • Subscribing to messages / SMS • Share the human side
  9. 9. Bloom’s Taxonomy Wheel The instructor is responsible for this part
  10. 10. Academic Challenge • Performance and Authentic Assessment (creating deliverables) • Problem-based learning • Writing multiple drafts of a paper • Presenting • Use of Rubrics for Assessment • Scenarios / Role Playing
  11. 11. Time on Task
  12. 12. Student Effort • The student is responsible for their effort • Students need clear expectations
  13. 13. Active and Collaborative Learning • Learners take responsibility for their own learning • Active v Passive • Community of Inquiry
  14. 14. Community of Inquiry (COI)
  15. 15. Engaged v Engaging

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