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Pedagogy, Andragogy, and Cybergogy: Exploring Best-practice Paradigms for Online Teaching and Learning. CYBERGOGY. Stuart I. Carrier, Ph.D. Larry D. Moulds, Ph.D. CYBERGOGY. How cyberspace is changing learners and faculty What cyber learners and faculty want and need. CYBERGOGY.

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Pedagogy, Andragogy, and Cybergogy: Exploring Best-practice Paradigms for Online Teaching and Learning

CYBERGOGY

Stuart I. Carrier, Ph.D.

Larry D. Moulds, Ph.D.


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CYBERGOGY

How cyberspace is changing learners and faculty

What cyber learners and faculty want and need


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CYBERGOGY

Audience Interaction

List 5 ways cyberspace

is changing

learners and faculty


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How cyberspace is changing learners and faculty

Many youth and young adults are embracing cyberspace and cyber learning without giving it a second thought.

To them cyber learning will be just another education delivery system that connects them to the world.


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How cyberspace is changing learners and faculty

Some faculty are early adapters of new things.

Most however are slower than young people to bring new unknown things into their world.


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How cyberspace is changing learners and faculty

Retrieving the material we have accessed

  • voice

  • talking head

  • text only

  • or any combination of the three

Selecting how we want to create our information

  • stylus

  • voice


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How cyberspace is changing learners and faculty

GREATER DIGITAL DIVIDE


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CYBERGOGY

Audience Interaction

How is cyberspace

changing

learners and faculty

that we didn’t cover?


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CYBERGOGY

Audience Interaction

List 5 essentials

Cyber learners and/or

faculty want and need


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CYBERGOGY

What cyber learners

and faculty

want and need


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What cyber learners and faculty want and need

  • To know the expectations of the facilitator

  • To be given the requirements of the course

  • To know the time schedule for the course and for each assignment

  • Quick response to questions and inquiries, usually 24 – 36 hours

  • To be able to select team members, if learning teams are to be a part of a course


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What cyber learners and faculty want and need

  • Emergency contact information of the facilitator

  • 24/7 help with technology problems

  • A tutorial training/orientation experience that shows how the electronic classroom works

  • Frequent interaction with the facilitator, at least 2 – 3 times per week

  • To feel connected, not isolated


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CYBERGOGY

Lynne Schrum, Ph.D.

JALN Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, Volume 6, Issue 1 - July 2002

Identified seven (7) dimensions that are confirmed as significant

Each dimension has slightly different importance


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Dr. Schrum’s7 dimensions

  • access to tools

  • technology experience

  • learning preferences

  • study habits and skills

  • goals or purposes

  • lifestyle factors

  • personal traits and characteristics


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Dr. Schrum’s7 recommended online teaching strategies

  • students’ posting biographies

  • frequent interaction

  • collaboration

  • requiring participation

  • question-asking forums

  • topical flexibility

  • minimizing technology requirements


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CYBEROLOGY

Audience Interaction

What things do

cyber learners and/or

faculty want and need

that we didn’t cover?


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Dr. Carrier is associated with National Louis UniversityDr. Moulds is President of Florida Virtual College

Virtual Learning Services

to

Individuals and Institutions

www.ElectronicLearning.edu


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