This blog will showcase relevant instructional strategies from the discussion forums as well as highlight other strategies to engage and motivate the learner to promote self-directed learning.
The purpose of this blog is to articulate my thinking to what I am learning. Learning on-line requires different skills and attitudes versus traditional face to face classrooms. This blog will display my higher order learning skills such as analyzing, evaluating and creating. These are the higher order thinking skills that take time to process. I hope you enjoy reading about the journey and the process with me. The blog will also show evidence-based supported articles and links that support how these instructional strategies can become an effective tool to use in your classroom. Thank you.