BPOL Spring 2016 Forum: Quality Online Education: Innovations and Best Practices / Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, FL
asynchronous discussion, distance education, online learning, higher education
In this highly-interactive session, industry best practices will be shared along with an exclusive look at the instructor’s own current semester class discussion boards to demonstrate specific strategies/techniques he employs to maximize students’ engagement and to foster a safe online learning community. Audience members will immediately be able to apply some of these pedagogical methods to their own current classes that very day.
Hill, Robert W., "How to Double or Triple Student Participation/Engagement in Threaded Class Discussions Without Being Coercive or Punitive" (2016). Fischler College of Education: Faculty Presentations. 402.