Center for Teaching & Learning Excellence
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Overcome challenges - create an online classroom culture.
In 2013, over five million post-secondary students enrolled in online courses in America (National Center for Education Statistics, 2016). Many universities strive to meet student demands for this online course modality. Challenges for online students continue to exist with (1) social isolation; (2) coursework confusion; and (3) lack of teacher presence (Milheim, 2012). Studies show that by creating an online classroom culture, faculty can overcome these challenges to foster and motivate online student engagement (Ladyshewsky, 2013; Milheim, 2014; Vesely, Bloom, Sherlock, 2007). In this conference presentation, the participants surveyed online classroom culture best practices, examined an online classroom culture action plan, and collaborated with their peers.
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Lilly Conference on Designing Effective Teaching
Scholarly Commons Citation
Martino, L. (2016). Online Classroom Culture Best Practices. , (). Retrieved from https://commons.erau.edu/publication/329