Session 6H: Best Practices in Applying Active Learning to Online Teaching (RF, AE, TD)
Presenters: Al Trujillo, Faculty, Earth Sciences; Kelly Falcone, Faculty, Kiniseology, Palomar College, CA
Summary: You’ve employed active learning in your face-to-face classes, but what about using those same techniques online? What active learning techniques translate well to online instruction? What online tools facilitate active learning? In this session, we’ll explore some of the best practices in applying active learning techniques to online teaching. In addition, we’ll explore how to incorporate the eight On Course principles—which have been shown to enhance student retention and success—into online instruction.
Here is some information from the workshop:
- Click here for the workshop handout
- Click here for the results from the workshop survey using Socrative
- Community of Inquiry model, “three elements essential to an educational experience: Cognitive Presence, Social Presence and Teaching Presence”: http://communitiesofinquiry.com/
- Kelly Falcone’s online health syllabus
Photos from the workshop:
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