Student Motivation. What Can We Do?
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This is Digital Beards #5
I’ve been wanting to curate a research collection that points to effective practices in online instruction. Well, now is the time. In conjunction with an upcoming series of iTeachU Live chat events that I’ll be running from UAF eCampus entitled “What Does the Research Say?”, we’ll need a site to serve as a collection […]
Purpose of ‘Moving Beyond Text’
What exactly is wrong with text?
Is your domain knowledge more a capability of performance?
Would you teach someone how to tie their shoes using text?
What is the best way to teach the skill of tying a bowline knot?
If you do move beyond text, how do you […]
I’ve referenced this opening skit to The Office in one of my Teaching Tips. Beyond being superb comedy, this is an interesting from a teaching standpoint.
At the end of a content module, no matter what domain knowledge or learning activities students were shepherded through, there has to be some sort of assessment, so both […]