Online teaching - the experience of a 'new' academic
Wells, Muriel 2003, Online teaching - the experience of a 'new' academic, in Educational research, risks and dilemmas: NZARE AARE conference proceedings 2003, [Australian Association for Research in Education], [Coldstream, Vic.], pp. 1-10.
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Educational research, risks and dilemmas: NZARE AARE conference proceedings 2003
van Til, E.
New Zealand Association for Research in Education and the Australian Association for Research in Education Joint Conference
[Australian Association for Research in Education]
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A 'new' academic will share her fIrst experience of online teaching in a university environment. As an experienced user of computer technology this academic who is new to teaching in a university environment shared the experience of being 'new' to online teaching and learning with Masters level students. This paper explores the issues associated with online learning from the perspective of the 'teacher' as weIl as that of the 'learners'. The learners in this study participated in project-based learning experiences in an online unit taught by staff in the Faculty of Education. It will consider the issues that arose during the semester including the use of a new technology (new to the university) as well as the experience of participation in project-based learning in an online learning environment. The manner in which students dealt with the issues associated with this learning experience in an online environment will be presented.
New Zealand Association for Research in Education / Australian Association for Research in Education
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