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  1. emapey May 29, 2009 at 2:11 am |

    Britt thank you very much for the post. It was a fun day!

    It started with the tweet, twitter.com/eRomanMe/statuses/1943420730 from @eRomanMe, college2.ning.com/profile/Esperanza who alerted me about the article. I saved it to Delicious and Gabriela Grosseck, college2.ning.com/profile/ggrosseck then tweeted about it, twitter.com/ggrosseck/statuses/1944447538. It was RT several times, twitter.com/MissShonah/statuses/1945283706

    Britt, students also feel overloaded in online courses, returntocollege.wordpress.com/2009/05/08/participation-in-discussions-in-online-courses-is-mandatory/

    I also agree with Lisa Lane; “There are indeed ways to design the experience to be easier and better for all.”

  2. Dr. Sanford Aranoff May 30, 2009 at 9:27 am |

    What is critical is that we understand how students think and build from there, stressing basic principles. Online teaching makes it more difficult to understand how students think. See “Teaching and Helping Students Think and Do Better” on amazon.

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