The community category focuses on fostering a sense of belonging and collaboration in the online learning environment. Faculty participants learn to build strong connections with students, encourage interaction and engagement, and create a supportive online community that enhances the overall educational experience.
Building teacher credibility in higher education is essential for fostering a positive learning environment.
The Community of Inquiry (CoI) model has gained prominence for its role in facilitating meaningful online learning experiences for students.
Our online discussion board resource page describes how to build a learning community, provide structure, and use resources and strategies for handling potential emergencies.
When an instructor shares their background information in a purposeful way, it can help kickstart a successful online learning community.
These online teaching best practices address the challenges in teaching high enrollment online courses.
Office hours and transparent and accessible contact information foster greater student engagement and satisfaction, paving the way for improved academic achievements and retention.
When students feel safe and welcome in a classroom, especially an online one, they thrive. Faculty can cultivate a sense of safety and belonging by encouraging and maintaining an expectation...
Through self-introductions, students can learn of and connect with peers with myriad backgrounds, interests, or goals in the class.
Successfully incorporating synchronous sessions into an online course involves intentionally planning when, where, how, and why you and your students are going to interact with one another in the virtual...
Welcoming students to an online course is a pivotal step in establishing a positive and engaging learning community.