Designing and Teaching with Returning Adults in Mind, Part 1
Written by: Patti Shank, Ph.D., CPT
Many of the learners in today’s online courses are adults who are returning to school to upgrade their qualifications. It’s worth considering what kinds of adult students are in your courses and what their needs are. There are as many reasons for adults seeking online degrees as there are adults seeking them. And understanding their needs puts you in a better position to tailor your strategies and help returning adults be as successful as possible.
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- Designing and Teaching with Returning Adults in Mind, Part 1
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- Lessons Learned From an Online Service-Learning Pilot
- Managing Controversy in the Online Classroom
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