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Laulima Workshop for Instructors. Solutions to help you engage your students through Laulima. Engaging the students.

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Laulima workshop for instructors

Laulima Workshop for Instructors

Solutions to help you engage your students

through Laulima


Engaging the students

Engaging the students

When the instructors want to engage the students in face to face classes they will often start by asking the students to respond to various questions. However, in the online setting, it can be challenging to interact with each other without being able to see or hear reactions. The goal of this instruction is to facilitate the instructors to know which tools to use in Laulima to generate enthusiasm in e3 learning.


Discussion tools

Discussion Tools

  • Discussion

  • Discussion and Private Messages

  • Forums

  • Chat Rooms

  • Blog/Blogger

  • Wiki


Differences between discussion tools

Differences between discussion tools


Blogs

Blogs

  • In Laulima, this tool is used by participants as an online journal in which classmates can read and comment on each entry.


Blogger

Blogger

  • In Laulima, this tool is used by participants as an platform for them to share their thoughts and ideas with their classmates.


Chat rooms

Chat Rooms

  • Participants can have real-time conversations. Instructors can use this tool as a space for holding “Office Hours.”

  • Collaboration groups can be scheduled to meet in the chat rooms at different times.


Discussion

Discussion

  • Discussions can be “threaded” or “flat” discussions.

  • Participants can post their own topics for discussion.

  • Categories can be created to “chunk” by topic.


Discussion private messages

Discussion & Private Messages

  • This tool allows participants (Instructors and Students) to send private messages as well as to respond to the posts in the public discussion.

  • The instructor has the ability to post instructions that cannot be edited by the students.

  • Instructors can set privileges for the students to either “read and reply” which creates two-way communication or “read, reply, and post” where interaction and collaboration are generated.


Forums

Forums

  • This tool is linked to the Resources and Gradebook tools so students can be graded and receive instructor comments based on their participation in the discussions.

  • Forums can be “threaded” so participants can see the progression of the discussion.

  • The WYSIWYG interface, which allows rich text, plain text, and HTML editing, can be used to compose messages.

  • Attachments can be added to messages and forums by uploading the files or URL of the file.

  • Forum statistics can also be used to monitor the participation level of individual students.

  • Instructors can import forums and topics from other sites.

  • Groups can be set up to participate in specific discussions with access denied to non-group members.


Laulima workshop for instructors

Wiki

  • This tools allows for the use of multiple file formats to be integrated including images, text, links.

  • For instructors with limited technical know-how, this tool allows you to create and modify web pages with ease.

  • Collaboration on documents and sharing of information is possible.

  • Page history and information can be viewed to look at revisions.

  • Permissions can be controlled by the instructor to allow participants to read, create, and update pages.


Scenario 1

Scenario 1

  • You are the instructor for ETEC 407. You want your students to introduce themselves to the class via a video they will upload. You want students to comment on each others videos and get to know each other before class starts.

  • Which tools will allow the students to upload files and comment on each others introductions?


Scenario 11

Scenario 1

  • The following tools will allow the students to upload files and comment on each others introductions:

  • Click on multiple answers from the list.

Good! You can upload and comment on files using a blog

A. Blog

B. Blogger

Good! You can upload and comment on files using Blogger

C. Chat Room

Try again, you cannot upload and comment on files using the Chat Room

D. Discussion

E. Discussion and Private Messages

Good! You can upload and comment on files using Discussion

F. Forums

Good! You can upload and comment on files using Discussion and Private Messages

G. Wiki

Good! You can upload and comment on files using Forums

Good! You can upload and comment on files using the Wiki


Scenario 2

Scenario 2

  • You are an instructor for BIO 111. You want to establish “Online Office Hours” where your students can meet you to have a real time conversation about the topic of the week.

  • Which tool is preferable to have a real time conversation with your students?


Scenario 21

Scenario 2

  • The preferable tool for having a real time conversation with your students is:

  • Click on an answer from the list.

A. Blog

Try again, a blog is asynchronous.

Try again, blogger is asynchronous.

B. Blogger

That’s right, Chat Rooms are real time.

C. Chat Room

Try again, discussion is asynchronous.

D. Discussion

Try again, discussion and private messages is asynchronous.

E. Discussion and Private Messages

F. Forums

Try again, forums areasynchronous.

G. Wiki

Try again, a wiki is asynchronous.


Scenario 3

Scenario 3

  • You are an instructor for PSY 201. You want to give your students private feedback based on their responses to a discussion topic.

  • What would be the best tool for this purpose?


Scenario 31

Scenario 3

  • The best tool for sending private feedback on discussion responses is:

  • Choose the best answer from the list.

Try again, comments on a blog can be read by anyone

A. Blog

Try again, comments on blogger can be read by anyone

B. Blogger

Try again, comments in Chat Rooms can be read by anyone logged into the site

C. Chat Room

D. Discussion

Try again, comments in Discussion can be read by anyone

E. Discussion and Private Messages

That’s right, Private Feedback can be sent through Private Messages using this tool

F. Forums

G. Wiki

Try again, comments posted in Forums can be read by anyone

Try again, comments posted on a wiki can be read by anyone


Thank you mahalo

Thank You! Mahalo!


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