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Editors: Michael F. Shaughnessy (Eastern New Mexico University, New Mexico) and Susan Fulgham (West Texas A & M University, Texas)
Book Description:
In this era of expanding technology innovations, online learning opportunities are evident in both private and public educational institutions. Educators are presenting content digitally to students with a number of applications provided by their institutions. However, despite the commonalities of institutions using a learning management system or having an instructional designer on campus, many instructors still remain grounded in the pedagogy that they use in the traditional classroom. Furthermore, driven by the institution to produce online companions to the traditional campus course offerings, instructors can often be too busy learning the technical aspects than spending time on content or exploring and learning how to teach via the “internet.” This book provides a multifaceted look at online instruction from a variety of authors and may assist instructors who teach online or will teach online in the future. (Imprint: Nova)



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Table of Contents:
Introduction
(Susan Fulgham and Michael F. Shaughnessy)

1) Engaging the Student: Learning for Life
(Tisha Bender) pp.1-18

2) A Pedagogical Model for Abstract Concepts: Blending Discourse and Experience
(Tel Amiel and Michael Orey) pp.19-32

3) On-Line Pedagogy: Illuminating the Tension Between Technology and Imagination
(Denis Hlynca and Pauline Broderick)pp.33-42

4) The Role of Motivation in Teacher Education Classes
(Mary Jane Miller)pp.43-50

5) Instructional Design for Online Courses
(Michael Simonson)pp.51-74

6) Not Your Typical Bling-Bling: The Best Accessory for Distance Learning is High Quality Pedagogy
(Mary Jane Miller)pp.75-86

7) Pedagogy of Online Instruction
(Zane Berge) pp.87-96

8)Designing Online Environments for Diversity and Equity, or 150 Design Strategies for Inclusion
(Katy Campbell)p.97-140

9) Effective Learning with Video, Audio, and Simulations
(Susan Fulgham)pp.141-152

10) Applying Pedagogy during Game Development to Optimize Game Based Learning
(Atsusi Hirumi and Christopher Stapleton)pp.153-182

11) Interplay Instructional Strategy: Engaging Learners with Interactive Entertainment Conventions
(Christopher Stapleton and Atsusi Hirumi)pp.183-212

12) The Future of Distance Education: A Research and Development Agenda
(Farhad Saba)pp.213-222

Index pp.223-232

   Series:
      Education in a Competitive and Globalizing World
      Computer Science, Technology and Applications
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2011 1st quarter
   Pages: 232.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-61761-605-1
   Status: AV
  
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