Making The Move To Elearning

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Overview

Making the Move to eLearning proposes a radical truth_that online education, when taught using the methodology perfected by successful veterans of distance learning, surpasses traditional face-to-face teaching and learning. The key is for online educators to learn just what those successful methods are and how to emulate them in their own virtual courses. Making the Move to eLearning is the textbook for new and veteran online teachers who want to learn or refine their online facilitation skills.

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Editorial Reviews

Dennis O'Connor
Kay Lehmann and Lisa Chamberlin have captured the best practices of eLearning in an easy-to-read style that delivers real substance. Offering twenty-six reasons demonstrating how online education can be better than traditional education, this book informs those curious about online teaching and improves the methods of those who already teach via the Internet.

As online learning experts both Kay and Lisa walk the talk—they understand how to train educators to be great online teachers. In this handy volume, they share field-tested, hard-won insights to the art and science of online teaching. This is a must-have book for anyone who wants to teach in the twenty-first century. Don't miss it!

Phyl Burger
Making the Move to eLearning is a must read for all who teach. As a career and leadership coach this book provides expertise not only as best practices for teaching, but affirms our teacher leader responsibilities as genuine, empathic responders as well.
Sheila Bartle
Anyone who wants to both succeed and enjoy themselves in this non-traditional, creative, dynamic, asynchronous world will dog-ear page after page of Lehmann and Chamberlin's book. As a traditional educator who had to quickly and intuitively adapt to my online classroom and its students as well as coach my faculty colleagues, I'm very grateful now for a book I wish I'd had five years ago!
Joan Vandervelde
This is the book to read if you are keen to learn how to teach online but aren't quite sure where to start or how to adapt your teaching strategies. Novice and veteran online instructors will appreciate the difference this book can make in their teaching. Making the Move to eLearning is an essential read for those who wish to understand how to deal with time management and student motivation issues and how to improve their day-to-day facilitation and assessment strategies when teaching an online class.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781607090410
  • Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
  • Publication date: 6/1/2009
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 276
  • Product dimensions: 6.20 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Kay Lehmann is a Milken National Educator award-winner, with a master's and doctorate in online learning. She is currently working full time as an online facilitator and writer. Lisa Chamberlin holds a master's degree in curriculum and instruction (technology emphasis). She has been an online facilitator for more than a decade, as well as a freelance writer, and an editor of education articles. She, along with Dr. Lehmann, is a Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation award-winning educator and trainer.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 The Radical Truth: Online Education Can Be Better Than Traditional Education Chapter 2 The Past, Present, and Future: Development of Online Learning Chapter 3 Applicable Educational Theories Chapter 4 The Many Hats of the Online Instructor Chapter 5 Who Are Our Online Learners? Chapter 6 The Paradigm Shift from Traditional to Online Learning Chapter 7 Basics of Course Design Chapter 8 Learning Activity Design Assessment and Assignments Chapter 9 Online Interaction: Facilitator, Learners, and the Tools Used to Connect Them Chapter 10 Building and Sustaining Communities of Practice Chapter 11 The All-Important Window of Time: Precourse Work through the First Week Chapter 12 Time Demands and Efficiency Tips for Online Teachers Chapter 13 Troubleshooting Chapter 14 Employment in Online Teaching Chapter 15 Resources 16 Glossary 17 References 18 Index

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