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Producing Increased Interaction and Critical Thinking in the College Classroom: In Search of Authentic Online Discussion  IGI Global Online Symposium Series. Producing Increased Interaction and Critical Thinking in the College Classroom: In Search of Authentic Online Discussion 

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Producing Increased Interaction and Critical Thinking in the College Classroom: In Search of Authentic Online Discussion IGI Global Online Symposium Series

Producing Increased Interaction and Critical Thinking in the College Classroom: In Search of Authentic Online Discussion 

IGI Global Online Symposium Series

Hosted by: Dr. Leonard Shedletsky, Professor of Communication at the University of Southern Maine, USADate: Monday, April 18, 2011Time: 4:10 pm (EST) 

Lecture notes available at: http://media.usm.maine.edu/~lenny/igi_symposium.docx

poll questions

POLL QUESTIONS

QUESTION 1

This question is for teachers of online courses:

Have you been satisfied with discussion in your online classes?

A. YES

B. NO

C. Once in a while

D. RARELY

question 2
QUESTION 2
  • This question is for teachers of online courses:

Have your online students responded to one another in a meaningful way?

A. No

B. Yes

C. Once in a while

D. Rarely

question 3
QUESTION 3
  • This question is for students of online courses:

3. Have your online course discussions been important to your learning or have you found them generally to be busy work?

  • They have been important to my learning
  • Busy work
  • A mix, close to 50/50
  • It’s just a chore to be done
question 4
QUESTION 4
  • For both teachers and students:

4. Do you believe there is something the teacher can do to facilitate online discussions so that the discussions are authentic, interactive and comprised of high quality, text-related posts?

A. Yes

B. No

a claim
A CLAIM
  • The amount and the quality of online discussion is quite poor.
video struggling to discuss
VIDEO: STRUGGLING TO DISCUSS
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=abnRXH1IBCg&feature=player_embedded - at=13
  • http://media.usm.maine.edu/~lenny/get_discuss.mov