Teaching Online Discussion Rubric

Teaching Online Discussion Rubric - Teaching Online:...

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Teaching Online: Discussion Board Policy Classroom discussion is one way to explore and acquire an understanding of a topic. Although we won't all be meeting in person to talk about these topics we will try to capture some of that experience using the online discussion board. What Do I Need to Do for Discussion Boards? For most chapters in the textbook you will be asked to participate in a discussion related to the topics covered. You will receive a score for your participation in each of these discussion threads (see rubric below). Each discussion topic will be open for a specified time. To receive credit you must respond within that time window. Reading and responding to posts on a daily basis will make the discussion more interesting for everyone. Please remember to use good Netiquette at all times. 1. Read the question carefully. Think about what you have read in the textbook and other sources about the issue. Think about specific examples from the reading or your own experience. 2. Compose your response to the question. Be sure your response is relevant to the question asked. I sometimes type my response in a word processing document first, edit it until I am satisfied with it and then copy it to the discussion board. 3.
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