Category Archives: Online Learning Research

Khan Academy

I assume most people know about the Khan Academy.  If not, read this.  And, if you’re involved with traditional Seminary education, Sal’s FAQ page should make you think long and hard about the future. Advertisements

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Sensemaking and teaching online

  Over the years of working with faculty to create and teach online courses, I’ve observed an interesting ‘phenomenon’.  I use the word phenomenon because faculty members rarely talk about it (especially amongst themselves), yet, almost all experience it.  It’s … Continue reading

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Online learning outcomes vs. F2F learning outcomes

The debate about which is better, online or face-to-face learning, continues to churn (and I think it’s helpful to distinguish between teaching and learning!).  I really don’t think it’s a helpful conversation to have because my position is that both … Continue reading

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