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"Archaeology of an Online Course: Teaching and Learning as Social Engineering"

Delamarter, Steve
Teaching Theology and Religion 21, no. 3 (2018): 213-227
BL41.T4 v.21 no. 3
Topics: Course Design   |   Online Learning   |   Learning Designs

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This essay distills pedagogical principles that have emerged through a dozen years of experience teaching a seminary introductory Old Testament course online. The rich interactions and social cues that professors rely on to monitor student learning in face‐to‐face classrooms are replaced by a carefully choreographed pattern of student learning activities and peer‐to‐peer discussion prompts through which the professor “engineers” student learning. A careful description and analysis of the pedagogical intentions and choices embedded in the design of an online course reveals a sociology of online learning and the author's implicit theory of how learning happens.
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