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Jennifer Maddrell

Instructional-Design-Live#17 2010-05-07 John Graves: Engaging Online Learners in the Early Stages of Online Courses


26:55 minutes (12.32 MB)

John Graves, the lead faculty in the Master of Science in Science Education program at Montana State University, Bozeman, spends 30 minutes sharing over a decade of expertise in the design and delivery of online courses. John touches on a number of key considerations in terms of engaging learners in the early stages of an online course:

Instructional-Design-Live#15 2010-4-23 Teaching Presence in a Community of Inquiry


32:48 minutes (15.02 MB)

This week is the final part in a series exploring the Community of Inquiry Framework. Jennifer Maddrell leads us in an exploration of the practical dimensions of establishing teaching presence in online courses.

 

Teaching Presence

EdTechWeekly #161


44:28 minutes (20.36 MB)

 EdTechWeekly #161
April 18, 2010

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Instructional-Design-Live#14 2010-4-16 Cognitive Presence in a Community of Inquiry


28:47 minutes (13.17 MB)

Jennifer Maddrell leads a discussion of another key aspect of online teaching and learning--developing cognitive presence in online courses. In addition to discussing the definition of cognitive presence, we consider how it can be facilitated, and the challenges that students face when the instructors emphasize collaboration without adequate supports.

EdTechWeekly #160


38:39 minutes (17.7 MB)

 EdTechWeekly #160
April 11, 2010

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