Engaging Students
On ground & Online
Strategies for Effective Teaching
& Engaging Students
Online Course Organization
Introduction or
overview	
  
Provide a brief introduction or overview of the unit or topic.
Pro...
Video Introduction
https://www.youtube.com/my_webcam
Embed Media
Embed Media
Image	
  from	
  Stephen	
  Poff	
  at	
  flickr.com	
  
CSMs
Leverage email
Email Games
§ http://bit.ly/c3pogame
Tips for Asynchronous Communications
Drs. Sivasailam “Thiagi”
Thiagarajan
& Marie Ja...
C3PO
Challenge, Pool, Poll,
Predict, Outcome
Image	
  from	
  ~FreeBirD®~	
  at	
  flickr.com	
  
Flipped Classroom
Narrated slideshows to embed
iSpring Free as a plugin to Powerpoint on Windows
Image	
  from	
  ~FreeBirD®~	
  at	
  flickr.com	
  
Use groups or teams
Strategies for Meaningful Discussions
§ Use guiding questions.
Tips for Asynchronous Communications
Strategies for Meaningful Discussions
§ Use guiding questions.
§ Provide students with guidelines on how to
write qualit...
Strategies for Meaningful Discussions
§ Use guiding questions.
§ Provide students with guidelines on how to
write qualit...
Strategies for Meaningful Discussions
§ Use guiding questions.
§ Provide students with guidelines on how to
write qualit...
Strategies for Meaningful Discussions
§ Use guiding questions.
§ Provide students with guidelines on how to
write qualit...
Strategies for Meaningful Discussions
§ Use guiding questions.
§ Provide students with guidelines on how to
write qualit...
Strategies for Meaningful Discussions
§ Use guiding questions.
§ Provide students with guidelines on how to
write qualit...
Blogging
Viral-Notebook.com Blog
Guest Bloggers
Blending face-to-face courses
Collaborating in class
Concept mapping
Collaborative concept maps
Collaborative knowledge curation
Pinterest
Learnist
Questions?
This work is licensed under a
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0
United States License.
Michael M. ...
eBook Chapter
Consider MRKs
4
Knowledge capture
Consider MRKs
4
Engaging Students On ground & Online
Engaging Students On ground & Online
Engaging Students On ground & Online
Engaging Students On ground & Online
Engaging Students On ground & Online
Engaging Students On ground & Online
Engaging Students On ground & Online
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Engaging Students On ground & Online

  1. 1. Engaging Students On ground & Online Strategies for Effective Teaching & Engaging Students
  2. 2. Online Course Organization Introduction or overview   Provide a brief introduction or overview of the unit or topic. Provide your own voice here. Emphasize your personality. Use media (e.g., slideshows, videos, graphics, graphic organizers) to gain the learner’s attention. Reference the media in your introduction. Use links. Consider sharing the objectives/standards: “At the end of this unit, YSBAT…”   Readings & Media   List here the texts and other media you would like the learners to digest. Be sure you’ve considered how these KSAs will be embedded within other learning activities. (Use other media beyond the text. Embed others’ content.)   Additional Learning Resources   Consider adding a section for additional learning (i.e., differentiation). For example, bookmarks to tools and instruments, participation in a blog conversation, links to relevant sites or examples.   Activities   List here the activities learners will engage in to apply and process the KSAs from the Readings & Media (e.g., projects, discussions, interviews, assessments, summaries). Consider a cafeteria plan option.  
  3. 3. Video Introduction
  4. 4. https://www.youtube.com/my_webcam
  5. 5. Embed Media
  6. 6. Embed Media
  7. 7. Image  from  Stephen  Poff  at  flickr.com   CSMs Leverage email
  8. 8. Email Games § http://bit.ly/c3pogame Tips for Asynchronous Communications Drs. Sivasailam “Thiagi” Thiagarajan & Marie Jasinski
  9. 9. C3PO Challenge, Pool, Poll, Predict, Outcome
  10. 10. Image  from  ~FreeBirD®~  at  flickr.com   Flipped Classroom
  11. 11. Narrated slideshows to embed iSpring Free as a plugin to Powerpoint on Windows
  12. 12. Image  from  ~FreeBirD®~  at  flickr.com   Use groups or teams
  13. 13. Strategies for Meaningful Discussions § Use guiding questions. Tips for Asynchronous Communications
  14. 14. Strategies for Meaningful Discussions § Use guiding questions. § Provide students with guidelines on how to write quality postings. Tips for Asynchronous Communications
  15. 15. Strategies for Meaningful Discussions § Use guiding questions. § Provide students with guidelines on how to write quality postings. § Consider 3-7 different questions for each discussion topic. Tips for Asynchronous Communications 3
  16. 16. Strategies for Meaningful Discussions § Use guiding questions. § Provide students with guidelines on how to write quality postings. § Consider 3-7 different questions for each discussion topic. § Push for deeper discussions. Tips for Asynchronous Communications 3
  17. 17. Strategies for Meaningful Discussions § Use guiding questions. § Provide students with guidelines on how to write quality postings. § Consider 3-7 different questions for each discussion topic. § Push for deeper discussions. § Use groups to manage discussions. Tips for Asynchronous Communications 3
  18. 18. Strategies for Meaningful Discussions § Use guiding questions. § Provide students with guidelines on how to write quality postings. § Consider 3-7 different questions for each discussion topic. § Push for deeper discussions. § Use groups to manage discussions. § Remember what it means to be a student. Tips for Asynchronous Communications 3
  19. 19. Strategies for Meaningful Discussions § Use guiding questions. § Provide students with guidelines on how to write quality postings. § Consider 3-7 different questions for each discussion topic. § Push for deeper discussions. § Use groups to manage discussions. § Remember what it means to be a student. § Consider other asynchronous tools. Tips for Asynchronous Communications 3
  20. 20. Blogging
  21. 21. Viral-Notebook.com Blog
  22. 22. Guest Bloggers
  23. 23. Blending face-to-face courses
  24. 24. Collaborating in class
  25. 25. Concept mapping
  26. 26. Collaborative concept maps
  27. 27. Collaborative knowledge curation
  28. 28. Pinterest
  29. 29. Learnist
  30. 30. Questions?
  31. 31. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License. Michael M. Grant, PhD 2013
  32. 32. eBook Chapter Consider MRKs 4
  33. 33. Knowledge capture Consider MRKs 4

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