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Jennifer Roye, the Assistant Dean for Simulation and Technology at The University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) College of Nursing and Health Innovation, is a
These prompt examples for discussion boards provide faculty course developers with templates and inspiration for creating strong, community-building discussions for their students in various areas of their course and at various levels of course difficulty.
Here are some strategies you can consider when planning for how you’ll communicate with your students on discussion boards.
The middle of the term is an excellent time to ask students to think about, and comment on, their perspectives on the course and on
Personalized interventions can be sent to students in Week 1 of a course. These recommendations assume that students are asked to complete a personal introduction in the first few days of the semester so that you can begin to track their progress.