“Learning how to use online class-discussion forums,” one veteran online instructor writes in the Chronicle of Higher Education, “is probably the smartest, and easiest, thing you can do to improve your online teaching and your students’ learning”.
So, you spent a great deal of time designing and developing your course. You have created measurable learning outcomes and implemented various assessments to ensure students meet them. You put together a wide range of interactive, engaging, accessible activities for the students to interact with yourself, the material, and each other. The content is varied,… Read more
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