Quality Student Interactions: How Students Can Work Better Together

This recorded webinar series provides supplementary guidance to faculty working with Academic Partnerships’ instructional designers and those seeking professional development opportunities to improve their online teaching and learning skill sets. By the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Recall why interaction and collaboration are crucial to the learning environment.
  • Differentiate between collaborative, cooperative, team-based, and problem-based learning activities.
  • Identify several strategies to create collaboration and interaction in your online course.
  • Identify requirements for the type of activity you are implementing.

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