Along with some other TICAL cadre members, I’m participating in CTAP 11′s Leading Edge Online Teaching Certification Program Boot Camp. One of our activities was to present some key concepts from current research on online learning in a non-traditional way. We had to select from six research topics, and I selected, “Best Practices for Online Teaching.” For my non-traditional presentation platform, I chose to create a Glog—an interactive poster that can contain text, graphics, music, videos, and more. Here’s an image of my Glog. Below it are links to key resources I used.
Boettcher, J.V. “Designing for Learning.” Ten Best Practices for Teaching Online. Design for Learning, May 2011. Web. 22 Jul 2011.
Ragan, Lawrence. “10 Principles of Effective Online Teaching: Best Practices in Distance Education.” Distance Education Report. 26. Print.
National Standards for Quality Online Teaching
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