What Are the Best Questioning Strategies for Enhancing Online Discussions?
Learn how to engage students in online discussions that increase class cohesion, explore subject matters thoughtfully, and enhance learning outcomes.
Discover how the right spark can ignite lively, impactful discussions in your online classes!
If you’ve ever found yourself in the middle of a spirited discussion in a traditional classroom, you know students can be deeply engaged, even passionate, during the open exchange of ideas. It can inspire them to delve deeply into the subject matter—the pedagogical value of which can’t be overstated.
Creating a similar experience in online classrooms, where most discussions are asynchronous and less direct, can be challenging—but not impossible.
Jean Mandernach, PhD, the executive director of the Center for Innovation in Research and Teaching at Grand Canyon University, presents a 20-Minute Mentor program created to help you engage students in online discussions that increase class cohesion, explore subject matters thoughtfully, and enhance learning outcomes.
What Are the Best Questioning Strategies for Enhancing Online Discussions? will help you:
- Design effective asynchronous discussions and prompts
- Facilitate the lively exchange of ideas
- Promote critical inquiry and better learning outcomes
- Foster an online environment that encourages engagement and interaction
You can use the program’s practical, proven ideas right away in your online classroom with minimal impact on your workload. You’ll find these tips indispensable for increasing class participation, student retention, learning outcomes, and student satisfaction.
Order What Are the Best Questioning Strategies for Enhancing Online Discussions? and see how you can bring the benefits of enthusiastic classroom discussions to your online courses!
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B. Jean Mandernach's research focuses on enhancing student learning through assessment and innovative online instructional strategies. In addition, she has interests in examining the perception of online degrees, the quality of online course offerings, and the development of effective faculty evaluation models.
Jean received her B.S. in comprehensive psychology from the University of Nebraska at Kearney, an M.S. in experimental psychology from Western Illinois University and Ph.D. in social psychology from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln.
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