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Interactive Features for Online Teaching Donna Reiss (TCC), Rosalind Blunt (NVCC), Cathy Simpson (NVCC), Ron Carter (NVCC), Eric Hibbison (JSRCC) New.

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2 Interactive Features for Online Teaching Donna Reiss (TCC), Rosalind Blunt (NVCC), Cathy Simpson (NVCC), Ron Carter (NVCC), Eric Hibbison (JSRCC) New Horizons, April 13, 1999 Shockhoe Room, 10:45-11:45

3 Types/Uses of Forums 4 Post open-ended application questions (study questions, practice questions). 4 Have students respond to your questions or each others’ or both. 4 “Grade” as quiz or checkmark. 4 “Asynchronous” = respond any time before a specified deadline. 4 “Synchronous” = everybody online at once. 4 Remote vs. same location

4 Sample Discussion Forum

5 Top of Contents Page

6 An Open Forum with No Preset Questions

7 Contents with No Teacher Questions

8 A Reader-Response Comment

9 Defining Quality: A Sample Forum (see handout) 4 The best answers to discussion forums are –insightful –substantial –focused 4 Open vs. required registration 4 Making vs. finding forums

10 Forums: Pros and Cons 4 How much do forum answers count? 4 How do you know your students posted questions or sent replies to a forum? 4 Is the server on when your students need it? 4 Can’t listservs, chats, or serve the same objectives? 4 Students have to go to forums (or chats); listserv comments & are sent to them.


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