Teaching Online

I was thinking about how I teach online and how I teach in a classroom.

Yes, both are different.

But

the Key

to both is to

focus on…

The Student

tidbits

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7 thoughts on “Teaching Online

  1. Hi. Love your blog 🙂

    I hope you can help me with a few questions I have about this infographic and about your involvement with discussion forums. Firstly, in the section on time, does this mean that you spend 10 hours per week for each class, and of that 5 hours are spent engaging with discussion forums and marking assignments? If so, do you know more specifically how much time per week on average you spend on the discussion forums? My second question is relating to that discussion forum activity – what is your approach as the teacher in these forums. Do you monitor to ensure appropriate activity but do not post and lead the discussion or are you regularly posting? I would be really interested to find out about your approach and what you think works best with your students. Many thanks.

      • Hi Mia,
        Thank you so much for your time and effort. I think the video response worked great and inspired me to think about how I can respond to questions submitted online.

        Your video explained everything very well, and it will be much easier to disseminate to my colleagues as I can just play your video in the meeting – so thank you for making my job a little easier too! I work for a UK Higher Education Institution and am an educational technologist for a blended learning programme.

        Many thanks again.
        Sam

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