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Enrichment for Principle 3

Module by: Robin Bartoletti. E-mail the author

Summary: Enrichment for Principle 3


Active Learning in the Online Environment

Teach Online/ Pedagogy and Techniques/ Enliving Techniques

Virtual Resource Site for Teaching with Technology by the University of Maryland University College

Listing, with examples, of ways to use technology for teaching and learning activities.

Incorporating Interaction into your Distance Learning Course from Worchester Polytechnic Institute

Includes benefits of interaction and strategies for incorporating interaction.

Active Learning for the College Classroom by D. Paulson and J. Faust

Comprehensive listing and explanation of techniques for active learning applicable to online instruction.

Scenes from a Classroom: making active learning work

A list of basic active learning strategies with active learning scenes (video scenarios) addressing common problems and suggested solutions.

How Interactive are YOUR Distance Courses? A Rubric for Assessing Interaction in Distance Learning by M.D. Roblyer and L. Ekhami (2000)

Report on the use of a rubric to assess interaction in an online course. This tool may be a valuable addition to your assessment of your online instruction.

Using Cases in Teaching

This site explains the anatomy of a case, provides tips for writing the case narrative and defining the assignment, and includes teaching tips.

Classroom Activities for Active Learning by University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

General tips for Active Learning

Increasing Students' Interactivity in an Online Course by M. Cecil Smith & Amy Winking-Diaz

Discussion about instructional strategies for online discussion versus personal meaning making as an indicator of students' understanding.

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