Expertly facilitated online discussion is the driving force for community in e-learning classes. Creating norms for discussion quality and timing improve the dialog. This also helps the facilitator step back as students learn to deepen their online dialog.
Special thanks to Kathy Hayden of Cal-State San Marcos for the many of the ideas behind ‘Value Added‘ response techniques. It’s always useful to mix up the types of responses you offer to your students (and peers) in an online discussion.
The survey results are presented in a series of infographics that will help you understand the demographics of different generations of students.
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Online teaching experience is required.
Practical management experience in a field related to the fire service, emergency management, or related field is required.
A master’s degree is required. A Ph.D. (or equivalent) is preferred.
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So how do you teach in this odd virtual space? How do you keep participants from descending into that peculiar passivity characteristic of conference calls? And how do you help students fight the constant temptation of momentarily clicking away from class? While virtual classes are not without challenges, there are, in fact, concrete steps you can take to run class sessions that are energetic, interactive, and productive.
10 tips to make your real time online meetings soar.
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Discover who is studying online. “Online College Students 2017: Comprehensive Data on Demands and Preferences” explores a survey of 1,500 online students.
Gain insight to what potential online college students are searching for.
Directory of the Web’s best educational video resources. Includes 5min, Academic Earth, BrainPOP, Brightstorm, iTunes U, YouTube EDU, and many more sites.
This is a great resource to use if you don’t have time to make your own videos. There something for everyone here!