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Establishing Tone in the Distance Course
Managing and Maintaining the Discussion Board for Distance Courses
Managing your Distance Course
Promising Practices in Online Teaching and Learning
A Comparison Using Varied Management Strategies
About the Course - Promising Practices
About this Course
About this Course (mini-1)
About this Course - Establishing Tone
About this Course - Managing Your Distance Course
Activities to Encourage Active Learning - Principle 3 - Promising Practices
Additional Feedback Options - Principle 4 - Promising Practices
Assessment Options to Communicate High Expectations - Principle 6 - Promising Practices
Assessment Strategies to Provide Feedback - Principle 4 - Promising Practices
Blackboard Course Menu - Principle 5 - Promising Practices
Blackboard Tools for Feedback - Principle 4 - Promising Practices
Communicate the Importance of Interaction on the Discussion Board
Communicate the Posting Procedures
Communicate your Expectations for the Discussion Board
Communicating High Expectations Within Your Course by Models - Principle 6 - Promising Practices
Communications with Students - Managing Your Distance Course
Conclusion
Conclusion - Establishing Tone
Conclusion - Managing your Distance Course
Connecting Discussion Board Activities to Content
Cooperation and Collaboration - Principle 2 - Promising Practices
Course Organization to Emphasize Time on Task - Principle 5 - Promising Practices
Course Planning - Principle 5 - Promising Practices
Create an Encouraging and Inviting Environment - Principle 1 - Promising Practices
Cultural Implications - Principle 7 - Promising Practices
Designing your Course - Promising Practices
Discussion Boards to Increase Active Learning - Principle 3 - Promising Practices
Elements to Assist Organization and Time Tracking - Principle 5 - Promising Practices
Email vs. "Write Once so Many can Read" - Managing your Distance Course
Establish Tone by Planning Frequent and Diverse Communications - Establishing Tone
Establishing Reciprocity and Cooperation - Principle 2 - Promising Practices
Establishing Tone in the Distance Course using Text - Establishing Tone
Establishing Tone Using Email - Establishing Tone
General Information on Feedback - Principle 4 - Promising Practices
Grouping and Discussion Boards - Principle 3 - Promising Practices
Increasing Contact and Communication - Principle 1 - Promising Practices
Individualize for Course Composition - Principle 7 - Promising Practices
Instructor Contact and Written Explanations to Communicate High Expectations - Principle 6 - Promising Practices
Introductions to Help Establish Tone - Establishing Tone
Look at F2F Strategies
Managing Assessments for the Distance Course
Managing Discussion Boards - General
Managing the Gradebook for the Distance Course - Managing your Distance Course
Managing Written Assignments for the Distance Course - Managing your Distance Course
Organizing - Promising Practices - Getting Organized
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