Presentation Title

• Bringing C.A.R.E. to the Online Classroom: Humanizing Online Learning

Start

9-30-2020 2:00 PM

End

9-30-2020 3:00 PM

Short Description

  • Bringing C.A.R.E. to the Online Classroom: Humanizing Online Learning
  • This topic will be explored through the acronym C.A.R.E which stands for connection, attention, respect and energy. A number of hands-on ready-to-use tools and strategy will be presented.

Abstract

  • The onslaught of COVID-19 changed the entire world. In higher education, we were suddenly required to teach and learn in an online environment, all while caring for our students more than ever.
  • C.A.R.E. is an acronym to be used for bringing humanizing elements into the online environment. Research shows that when learners experience a high degree of social presence and humanized online learning, they are more likely to engage in higher order thinking (Garrison, Anderson, & Archer, 2000) more likely to actively participate in online discussions (Cui, Lockee, & Meng, 2013) less likely to drop out of their classes (Bowers & Kumar, 2015) and are more satisfied with their learning experience (Moallem, 2015).
  • This topic will be explored through the acronym C.A.R.E which stands for connection, attention, respect and energy. A number of hands-on ready-to-use tools and strategy will be presented.

Format

Concurrent Session

Institutional level targeted

Higher Ed

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Sep 30th, 2:00 PM Sep 30th, 3:00 PM

• Bringing C.A.R.E. to the Online Classroom: Humanizing Online Learning

  • The onslaught of COVID-19 changed the entire world. In higher education, we were suddenly required to teach and learn in an online environment, all while caring for our students more than ever.
  • C.A.R.E. is an acronym to be used for bringing humanizing elements into the online environment. Research shows that when learners experience a high degree of social presence and humanized online learning, they are more likely to engage in higher order thinking (Garrison, Anderson, & Archer, 2000) more likely to actively participate in online discussions (Cui, Lockee, & Meng, 2013) less likely to drop out of their classes (Bowers & Kumar, 2015) and are more satisfied with their learning experience (Moallem, 2015).
  • This topic will be explored through the acronym C.A.R.E which stands for connection, attention, respect and energy. A number of hands-on ready-to-use tools and strategy will be presented.