Facilitating Online Learning: Effective Strategies for Moderators

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Atwood Pub., 2000 - Computers - 216 pages
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Instructors new to the online teaching and training environment, as well as experienced online educators, will discover the groundbreaking skills and techniques needed to be a successful online instructor. Discover how to effectively facilitate dialogue and build a community of learners as well as hurdle common roadblocks. Learn how to create a learning community where the instructor moves from center stage to a collaborative learning environment.

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The table of contents says it all: principles that support effective moderating, key facilitator roles, healthy online communities, critical thinking strategies, and much more of use to anyone ... Read full review

Contents

PRINCIPLES THAT SUPPORT
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NEGOTIATING SPACE FORMS OF DIALOGUE
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KEY FACILITATOR ROLES
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George Collison, PhD, is the academic director of the INTEC (International Netcourse Teacher Enhancement Coalition) Project, a suite of professional development netcourses that support teachers who are bringing inquiry-based approaches into their mathematics or science classrooms. Dr. Collison first articulated the vision for INTEC, and he trained INTEC moderators to implement our successful approach to facilitating online learning communities

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