Monthly Archives: October 2014

Create Better Online Discussion Questions

Using a hybrid format for a course often means increasing the use of the online discussion forum as a primary pedagogy. This can enhance the learning experience, deepen comprehension, and offer a means for more immediate application of knowledge. It … Continue reading

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Getting good at it

I was engaged in a conversation about on-line learning recently, with someone who has never taken an online course nor taught in that context. I must confess that some of those conversations were interesting at one time. But after teaching … Continue reading

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Understanding the impact of entering students

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High Impact Pedagogy

New post at the Wabash Center’s blog for theological school deans: Does your curriculum use high-impact pedagogy? Please like & share:

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