Need a few tips on what to do in your live online discussion?
Here are a few to get started.
I have recently been shocked at the fact that educators don’t really see the need for a rubric. They either find them too specific or too vague. But, I am not really sure they are seeing the big picture on this one. Rubrics are great for students and teachers.
Here are a few benefits:
What else would you add? How have they helped you?
Is the concept of flipping possible online? What is the difference between what the MOOC’s are doing and flipping?
I suggest that the flipped classroom expects students to have two phases- 1. information gathering and 2. doing. These can happen in either order. Here are a few ideas to flip the online classroom.
What do you think?
I came across this video (via my husband) and it hits on one of the points I had in my Preparing Students For Online Courses.
It’s about the art of communicating on camera. It is something I have had to learn. And this video is a great intro into the world of online communication.
Video By Daniel Burrus