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Engagement through Simulation
February 7, 2007
Arlene O’Leary, University of Phoenix, Jersey City Campus, United States
Keywords: engagement, stimulation, pedagogy, distance education, research
SIMILAR SESSIONS

Community of Inquiry Framework: Validation and Instrument Development
Arbaugh, J. Ben; Cleveland-Innes, Martha; Diaz, Sebastian; Garrison, D. Randy; et al.
Since its publication in The Internet and Higher Education, Garrison, Anderson, and Archer’s (2000) Community of Inquiry (CoI) framework has generated substantial interest among online learning researchers. This ...
Match: United States

Revisiting Mega-Universities
Rubin, Eugene; SchWeber, Claudine
Match: distance education; United States

Social Presence
Lowenthal, Patrick; Cleveland-Innes, Martha; Swan, Karen; Richardson, Jennifer
Patrick Lowenthal, Marti Cleveland-Innes, Karen Swan and Jennifer Richardson review and debate social presence in a community of inquiry.
Match: United States

An Investigation into the Use of an Orientation Course to Address Academic and Social Integration Issues
Kanuka, Heather; Jugdev, Kam
Match: pedagogy; distance education

Professional Identity in Distance Education
Forster, Anne
Match: distance education; United States

Online Students’ Expectations
Berge, Zane
Match: distance education; United States

Distance, Online and Blended Schools: Where Are We? What Do We Know?
Clark, Tom; Barbour, Michael
In this session, Tom Clark and Michael Barbour will describe trends for the future of K-12 distance, online and blended learning highlighted in their recent edited book. From exploring what educators in North America ...
Match: United States

State of the Nation 2013: K-12 Online Learning in Canada
Barbour, Michael
This presentation will highlight the details of the sixth annual State of the Nation: K-12 Online Learning in Canada report. Some of these highlights include:\n\n- during the 2011-12 school year there were an estimated ...
Match: distance education; United States

Creating a Community of Learning in the Zoom Classroom: Strategies for Establishing a Positive Online Learning Environment
Wright, Alysia; Bair, Haboun
The Zoom classroom is similar to a face-to-face setting in that it allows for a synchronous gathering in which students and instructors can see and speak to each other in real time. However, the Zoom classroom presents ...
Match: engagement

Online Teaching in International Contexts: Towards a Sociocultural Perspective of Teaching Presence
Morgan, Tannis
In this presentation, Tannis Morgan shares her doctoral research that looks at cases of teaching presence in international online distance courses. Cultural historical activity theory (Engestrom, 1999, 2001) is adopted ...
Match: distance education