(My) Three Principles of Effective Online Pedagogy
Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks Volume 14, Number 1, ISSN 1939-5256
My ever-emerging philosophy of education increasingly diminishes the role of "the teacher" in the teaching/learning equation. It took over 30 years of college teaching experience for me to realize that the learner is, for the most part, in charge of what gets learned. Implementing this point of view online has, for me, blurred, somewhat, the distinction between effective teaching and pedagogically sound instructional design. If I create an environment in which a majority of students gladly learn that which they and I deem relevant and salient, then have I succeeded as a teacher or as a designer?--and does it matter?
Pelz, B. (2010). (My) Three Principles of Effective Online Pedagogy. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 14(1), 103-116.
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