Teacher-Learner Interactions in Online Learning at the Center for Online and Distance Training, Travinh Univerisity, Vietnam

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2009-04-29T02:51:37Z
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Nguyen, Ngoc Danh
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Hoffman, Ellen
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Kucera, Geoffrey
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Department of Educational Technology, Univeristy of Hawaii
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This survey research study explored teacher-learner interactions in online education at the Center for Online and Distance Training (CODT), Travinh University, Vietnam. The research focused on how teachers and learners could interact in the online setting, how teachers could incorporate collaboration and communication in online learning environments, and how the teacher encouraged student interactivity. Research findings indicated that teachers and learners recognized the importance and effectiveness of teacher-learner interactions in online education. The results lead to recommendations about the necessity of pedagogical interactions in support of teaching and learning activities both in face-to-face and online courses at the CODT, Travinh University, as well as in Vietnam more generally.
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teacher-learner interaction, collaboration, asynchronous and synchronous interaction
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Nguyen, N.D. (2009, April 14). Teacher-learner interactions in online learning at the Center for Online and Distance Training, Travinh Univerisity, Vietnam. PowerPoint presented at the 14th Annual Technology, Colleges, and Community Worldwide Online Conference.
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