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Adapting on ground teaching strategies to the WWW: The Odyssey Continues
|Title:||Adapting on ground teaching strategies to the WWW: The Odyssey Continues|
|Author Affiliation:||Ruby Evans - Southern University at Shreveport Louisiana|
|Abstract:||As the Internet continues an increasingly pervasive form of communication and data transfer, faculty must make adaptations to on-theground teaching strategies that more appropriately align with virtual settings. Modifications to traditional teaching strategies have become a virtual necessity (pun intended). Caution must be exercised, however, in transitioning from on-ground teaching and learning environments to virtual ones. Instructors cannot simply take traditional lectures and place these on the Web. What may marginally work in a traditional classroom will probably not translate to successful instruction over the Web. This paper aims to review the literature and offer an expandable list of strategies regarding best practice in online instruction. These modified on-ground teaching strategies can help the instructor more readily achieve effective instruction in an online setting|
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TCC 2007 Proceedings|
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