Developing and Managing On-line Discussions
How can on-line discussions using e-mail, chat, or a whiteboard tool positively affect student learning? What constitutes a "good" on-line discussion? Just what is an "on-line discussion?"
If these or other similar questions concerning teaching and learning via on-line discussions linger in your mind, then this workshop may be of interest to you.
This is a three-part workshop:
Part I: Pre-workshop readings
Part II: Traditional face-to-face workshop
Part III: On-line discussion
- Led by: Ms. Elizabeth Rhodes, CAT & Dr. Deborah Bordelon, Division of Education
- Date: Wednesday, November 28, 2001
- Time: 4:30 - 6:00 PM
- Location: TBA
- Sponsor: CAT
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Note: This workshop will provide you with an opportunity to examine, think through, and discuss the potential uses and impact of on-line discussions in the teaching and learning process.
To register: Please e-mail at email@example.com or contact Arriana at ext. 7512.
Tags: technology, pedagogy
Event ID: 00042
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