eLearning

Plan For Online Class Mishaps: A Wrench in the Works – Part II

How to continue keeping your cool when things do not go as planned. The previous blog article, A Wrench in the Works – Part I, discussed how quite often there is a great amount of discourse amongst educators and other stake-holders in the study of education that...

Teaching Online & Content Mastery – A Wrench in the Works Part I

How to keep cool when things do not go as planned. There are many resources that deal with how to work out plans in preparation for teaching lessons and courses online, finding teaching aids, and developing online assessments. Often there is discussion concerning best...

Online Student Assessment: Be Fair, Meaningful, Effective and Useful

The previous article discussed the importance of understanding that effective assessment-development is critical for both the online teacher’s curriculum design and the student’s eLearning experience. It also illustrated the inversely-proportionate relationship between the Learning Pyramid, Benjamin Bloom’s Taxonomy, and…

Summative Assessment Definition: A Score That Weighs On Both Teacher and Student

Much like a fiction novelist may begin with the climax and work the plot in reverse to establish character and setting, online teachers can use the planning of summative assessments to develop effective eCourse curriculum-planning. Do you have what it takes to be the next Agatha Christie or J.K Rowling of online e-teaching?

Adjusting Your Online Teaching Strategy: Measure Student Success

Using formative assessments to fine-tune your approach while delivering course content. Expectedly, a natural follow-up to the article Planning Your Online Teaching Strategy would be a discussion concerning the delivery of material to students throughout the...

Online Teaching Strategies Using Diagnostic Assessment… What?

Using diagnostic assessments to plan your approach when introducing new concepts. In the previous article Turning Apples into Oranges, we discussed the importance of you as a teacher recognizing that your students will be coming to your course from a variety of...

How to Teach Online Courses: Start By Being Human

Using comparative life-experience analogies to introduce students to new concepts. Arguably, one of the most important facets of learning how to teach online courses is that you are sharing your knowledge with students from all over the world. There are virtually no...

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