Online Learning 2.0: The Teaching Toolbox
Online instructors focus most of their teaching on curricular issues—what they will teach, how they will teach it, etc. But studies have found that differences in curriculum have little, if any, effect on student outcomes. John Hattie compared more than 100 factors related to student achievement from more than 180,000 studies and ranked the factors from most significant to least significant. Remarkably, “Programmed Instruction” came out at the bottom. While faculty toil over getting that perfect lecture, the variation in learning outcomes from different lectures is negligible. So what did matter? Feedback.
- Online Learning 2.0: The Teaching Toolbox
- Encouraging Active Participation in Discussion Boards
- Enhancing Online Course Discussions through Conference Roles and Blogs
- Using Apps to Improve Communication with Students
- Tips From the Pros: Four Learning Paradigm Recommendations
- The Learning Paradigm in Online Courses