Creating an online teaching space
AbstractIn the same way that good classroom teaching uses a variety of techniques to maintain interest and to cater for different student approaches to learning, so too does a good online teaching space require a variety of approaches. A classroom teacher develops teaching strategies both through training and experience. The development of online teaching spaces comes through a knowledge of what the technology can do and experience in how students and teachers react most positively to the technology. This paper reflects on the development of an online web-based teaching site and reports on the stages of development from early beginnings on a local area network to a suggested model online teaching space.
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