Character Formation in Online Education
: The unfortunate reputation of online education today is one of little or no effort on the professor's part and little or no learning on the student's part. A missing element in much online education is the kind of mutual...
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The unfortunate reputation of online education today is one of little or no effort on the professor's part and little or no learning on the student's part. A missing element in much online education is the kind of mutual engagement between student and instructor that provides not only a higher level of learning but also lasting character formation within the student.
Character Formation in Online Education stems from author Joanne Jung's years of experience teaching online courses with the aim of improving the teaching environment for professors and the learning environment for students. By replicating, customizing, and incorporating the best and most effective practices of what a great professor does in on-campus classes, reimagined for an online delivery system, Jung shows how a higher level of learning and transformation can be achieved through online learning communities.
Handy and practical, this user-friendly book provides guidance, helpful tools, and effective suggestions for growing learning communities in online courses that are marked by character growth in students?the kind of growth that is central to the mission of Christian higher education.
- :introductionpart 1--starting Off On The Same Page And The Right Foot1. Great Professors Author Online Courses That Inspire2. The Image Of God And Learning Communities3. Definitions: Coming To Terms With Termspart 2--designing A Course Geared Toward Character Formation4. Working With A Course Designer5. Discussions: Meaningful Dialogue That Demands Critical Thinking6. Video Conference: Maximum Effect In The Comfort Of Your Own Space7. Online Class Learning Activities That Impactpart 3--the Big Picture8. Assessing Student Learning And Transformation