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21 Ways to Structure an Online Discussion, Part 1

„Discussion forums. Love them or hate them, they are an essential component of online learning.“ Ich muss zugeben, dass ich mir oft auch unschlüssig bin, wohin mein Pendel gerade schlägt („love them or hate them …“). Wie auch immer: Mit dieser fünf-teiligen Serie steht eine umfangreiche Ressource zur Verfügung, um sich dem Thema systematisch zu nähern. Viele Beispiele.

„I searched for ways to structure online discussions, and my findings are described in this series of five articles. This first article explores ways to structure a discussion to encourage learners to apply the concepts they have learned. Articles two and three describe discussion structures that help learners explore concepts in greater depth. Article four looks at ways to use discussions for reflection, evaluation, and critique of concepts. The final article investigates ways to foster a greater sense of community by using multimedia and proposes resources for developing new discussion structures.“

Part 1: Five Online Discussion Ideas to Apply Learning
Part 2: Four Online Discussion Ideas to Explore Concepts Through Divergent Thinking
Part 3: Seven Online Discussion Ideas to Explore Concepts through Convergent Thinking
Part 4: Five Online Discussion Ideas to Foster Metacognition
Part 5: Online Discussion Ideas – Multimedia and Resources

Annie Prud’homme-Généreux, Faculty Focus, 29. März 2021

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