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Moving to Online
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Moving to Online
Making the Transition From Traditional Instruction and Communication Strategies



March 2001 | 208 pages | Corwin
Whether you are a secondary or post-secondary teacher, a trainer, a seminar leader, or a team leader designated to bring an idea to the executive committee, this book is for you. The contents of each chapter will be of considerable value to individuals who are preparing for teaching online at any level of instruction - middle school, secondary school, or college, or for training individuals in the work environment. Many experienced teachers and trainers may find that the various techniques provide criteria for technical decisions they must make regarding classroom instruction. An effort has been made to provide a general and, to some extent, conceptual analysis of practices in teaching and presenting online.

The authors focus on several examples that they have come to value for their versatility and effectiveness while teaching at a university and making presentations or conducting workshops in the business community that incorporate some online learning experiences.

 
PART ONE: GENERAL OVERVIEW OF ONLINE INSTRUCTION
 
General Information
 
Online Learning
A Historical Perspective

 
 
Moving from Traditional Classroom Instruction to Online Instruction
 
Facilitating Online Learning
 
PART TWO: CONTENT DELIVERY METHODS
 
Content Delivery
Lecture

 
 
Content Delivery
Demonstration

 
 
Content Delivery
Panel

 
 
PART THREE: INTERACTION METHODS
 
Group Discussion
 
Interaction Method
Questioning

 
 
PART FOUR: APPLICATION METHODS
 
Application Method
Role-Playing

 
 
Application Method
Case Study

 
 
Application Method
Simulation

 

"Instructing in the virtual classroom involves a new approach and special attention even to your formal instructional approaches." 

World Education Digest, Vol 1, No. 2 (2001)

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Ernest W. Brewer

Ernest W. Brewer is Professor and Principal Investigator/Director in the Department of Human Resource Development and Department Head of Child and Family Studies at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville (UTK). He is currently servinig as the Principal Investigator/Project Director of six federally funded grants. More About Author

Jacquelyn O. DeJonge

Vickie J. Stout

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