Techniques for Promoting Participation and Ownership for Learning in Web-based Instruction among In-service Teachers
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Knapczyk, D., Chapman, C., Chung, H. & Rodes, P. (1999). Techniques for Promoting Participation and Ownership for Learning in Web-based Instruction among In-service Teachers. In Proceedings of WebNet World Conference on the WWW and Internet 1999 (pp. 1405-1406). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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In distance education, instructors often need to guide and enhance the transition from a traditional model of pedagogy in which the learners' role is passive, to a model in which students take a full, active role in directing their own learning. This paper describes techniques for using web-based instruction to promote student participation and ownership in learning in three important areas: moving learners from passive participation to active participation, moving learners from instructor-directed tasks to self-driven tasks, and moving learners from non-evaluative sharing to true collaboration.
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