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TOL Template - Keeping Online Students Motivated

TOL Template - Keeping Online Students Motivated

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This template has been provided to guide you through various considerations for monitoring your online students’ engagement with your course. It will also guide you through planning strategies for keeping your students motivated.
This template has been provided to guide you through various considerations for monitoring your online students’ engagement with your course. It will also guide you through planning strategies for keeping your students motivated.

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 Template: Keeping Online StudentsMotivated
Teaching Online – Module 3, Session 1: Monitoring online student activityand engagement
Use this template to guide you through various considerations for monitoring your online students’ engagement with your course. It will alsoguide you through planning strategies for keeping your studentsmotivated.Download and save this template for your own reference.
How would you define ‘attendance’ in an online learning environment?Description:
This resource was created by University College Falmouth and released as an open educational resource for University College Falmouth for the Learn to Teach Online course. The free Learn to Teach Online course isfunded by University College Falmouth's Learning and Teaching Enhancement Programme. © 2012 UniversityCollege FalmouthThis work is licensed under aCreative Commons Attribution 3.0 Licence.When repurposing this resource please acknowledge the B4EE project.
 
The links between class attendance in a face-to-face setting andperformance are well established. Do you think there are links betweenattendance in an online learning environment and performance? Whatare they?Description:Will attendance in the online learning environment form part of astudent’s final assessment? How you communicate this to yourstudents? How will you explain the importance of attendance to yourstudents?Description:
This resource was created by University College Falmouth and released as an open educational resource for University College Falmouth for the Learn to Teach Online course. The free Learn to Teach Online course isfunded by University College Falmouth's Learning and Teaching Enhancement Programme. © 2012 UniversityCollege FalmouthThis work is licensed under aCreative Commons Attribution 3.0 Licence. When repurposing thisresource please acknowledge the B4EE project.
 
How will you monitor student attendance, especially in an asynchronousonline course? Will you have an administrative process set up for this –and what will it be? Will you use any tools to facilitate this? How will youmanage your time?Description:How will you address students’ non-attendance? What support will begiven to students, if applicable?Description:Without visual face-to-face cues to go on, what online behaviours will youlook out for to spot unmotivated or disengaged students?Description:
This resource was created by University College Falmouth and released as an open educational resource for University College Falmouth for the Learn to Teach Online course. The free Learn to Teach Online course isfunded by University College Falmouth's Learning and Teaching Enhancement Programme. © 2012 UniversityCollege FalmouthThis work is licensed under aCreative Commons Attribution 3.0 Licence. When repurposing thisresource please acknowledge the B4EE project.

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