Getting students to engage in online discussions requires a combination of the right prompts and the right tech.
While there’s no one-size-fits-all solution, innovative instructors are seeing excellent results when incorporating videos, images, podcasts, setting multiple due dates, giving students more opportunities to lead discussions, and more.
In this panel conversation, Rhonda Blackburn, PH.D and Betty Jo Harris discuss what’s working in their online classrooms to successfully foster a sense of community and increase student activity. Watch it now to gather a few new ideas and get your creative juices flowing.
Adjunct Professor, University of Maryland Global Campus & Educational Consultant at Strut Learning
Copiah-Lincoln Community College