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2019

Creating Effective Collaborative Learning Groups in an Online Health Promotion Course

By Yan Huang / February 11, 2019

In this paper, an undergraduate-level online health promotion course is used to illustrate how to incorporate group learning experiences into courses that create productive, engaging, and skill-building environments for learners. » [Full Article]
TYPE: HIGHER EDUCATION

Five Ways to Flip the Online Classroom on Its Head

By Amy Winger / February 8, 2019

While online higher education learning has increased in availability and popularity, documented best practices have been slow to emerge. One learning practice showing promise is flipped classroom design. Research indicates higher-education flipped classrooms are associated with improved student retention and learner retention of content. With various online practices available to instructors, it is important to choose flipping practices that are supported through research while being attuned to the nature of online learning. Bloom?s taxonomy provides a framework for creating active learning opportunities in the online classroom to strive to improve retention of both students and learning. » [Full Article]
TYPE: HIGHER EDUCATION