Meaningful Discussions That Build Community Too

Do you wish your students would engage more meaningfully in your online discussions? If so, you might want to reconsider how you are designing your discussion prompts.  In this 7-minute video, Stacey Smith from Coastline College, shows how she designs discussion prompts that elicit real life examples from her students. Stacey’s end-of-semester surveys show high student satisfaction levels with the discussions and a strong sense of community. 

Posted in A10: Individualized Learning, A7: Effective Use of CMS Tools, B5: Student Initiated Interaction, B6: Student-to-Student Interaction, B7: Learning Community, Rubric Section A, Rubric Section B, Uncategorized.

Stacey teaches Economics at Coastline College.

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