Muddler (Mu)
Meddler (Me)
Moodler (Mo)
1
PEDAGOGICAL KNOWLEDGE
1.3
Communication and interaction

Strategies Mu 1.3

Strategies: News Forum is used to distribute messages at times throughout the teaching period.

Strategies Me 1.3

Strategies: News Forum is used at least weekly. Standard forums are used for sharing information, assessment and/or discussion. Some Web 2.0 tools (wikis, Facebook, Twitter, etc.) may be used.

Strategies Mo 1.3

Strategies: News Forum is used regularly. Varied types of forums and some Web 2.0 tools (wikis, Facebook, Twitter, etc.) are used for sharing information, assessment and/or discussion.

Facilitation Mu 1.3

Facilitation: Online forums are monitored. Messages are added.

Facilitation Me 1.3

Facilitation: Online forums are led, facilitated and monitored. Guidance and encouragement is regularly provided.

Facilitation Mo 1.3

Facilitation: Many communication strategies , including student-led strategies, are used to guide, encourage and mentor.

Community Mu 1.3

Community: Some student interaction is evident. Some learning is shared.

Community Me 1.3

Community: Some student-student and student-lecturer interaction is evident. Learning is shared online.

Community Mo 1.3

Community: Much student-student and student-lecturer interaction is evident. Collaborative tasks are completed online.

Expectations Mu 1.3

Expectations: Expectations are communicated to students in some activities and resources.

Expectations Me 1.3

Expectations: Expectations are communicated to students in most activities and resources. Some modelling occurs.

Expectations Mo 1.3

Expectations: Expectations are communicated to and modelled for students in all activities and resources.

Monitoring Mu 1.3

Monitoring: Student participation is monitored through forums.

Monitoring Me 1.3

Monitoring: Student participation is monitored through forums and messages. The Report function may be used to monitor activity.

Monitoring Mo 1.3

Monitoring: Student participation is monitored regularly. The Report function is used to both monitor and communicate.

         
   
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