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Judith Boettcher shares her expertise designing online experiences for learners on episode 189 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Quotes from the episode
Autonomy really means helping students have their own sense of self.
What we really want to do is structure experiences where we don’t have the answers.
Review your courses and see where you can take the answers out and put the challenges in.
The best way to check whether or not you understand something is to teach it to someone else.
- 3 Ways to Enhance Your Online Instruction on ACUE’s “Q” Blog
- The Making of an Expert
- Thinking Collaboratively: Learning in a Community of Inquiry* by D. Randy Garrison
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