Teaching Online With Errol: Treat the End of an Online Course as if It Were the Beginning
As the end of an online course approaches, our thoughts can turn to just getting it over with: all that needs to be done in a course has pretty much already been done, and students who wanted to learn have already shown it. But riding on cruise control for the last one or two weeks of a course can be detrimental to the students and to you. We need to offer our students the same verve, involvement, motivation, and concern we presented at the course’s start.
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