Creativity and Critique in Online LearningExploring and Examining Innovations in Online Pedagogy
This book explores emerging practices in distance education that have been facilitated by the development of educational technology. The volume examines core themes in distance education including online education at scale, embodiment in online environments, connectivity in online education and the personalisation of learning experiences within online education. The first section of the book examines online teaching tools, and explores how they are being used to enhance and promote student learning. The second looks at some of the broader challenges encountered by online teachers and those responsible for designing online learning material. While this volume will be of significant interest to distance learning universities and colleges, it will also be a valuable resource to traditional Higher Education Institutions, who are increasingly searching for innovative ways to reach and teach their students. This edited collection will be of value to scholars of online education as well as practitioners and policy makers looking to enrich their notions of online pedagogy.
Chapter 1. Introduction to Chapters: Creativity and Critique in Online Teaching and Learning: Innovations in Online Pedagogy; Jacqueline Baxter, George Callaghan and Jean McAvoy.- Chapter 2. The Context of Online Teaching and Learning: Neoliberalism, Marketization and Online Teaching; Jacqueline Baxter, George Callaghan and Jean McAvoy.- Chapter 3. Creating Spaces for Learning: Online Forums; Rachel Manning and Donna Smith.- Chapter 4. Making Online Teams Work; Helen Kaye and Jane Barrett.- Chapter 5. Facebook and Informal Learning; George Callaghan and Ian Fribbance.- Chapter 6. Creativity, Criticality and Engaging the Senses in Higher Education: Creating Online Opportunities for Multisensory Learning and Assessment; Stefanie Sinclair.- Chapter 7. That's Cheating: The (Online) Academic Cheating 'Epidemic' and What We Should Do About It; David J. Pell.- Chapter 8. The Challenges of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs); Graham Pike and Hannah Gore.- Chapter 9. Student Connections: Livestreaming and Creating Community via an Annual Student Conference; Karen Foley and Ian Fribbance.- Chapter 10. Supporting Team Teaching of Collaborative Activities in Online Forums: A Case Study of a Large Scale Module; Paige Cuffe and Jean McAvoy.- Chapter 11. Values, Identity and Successful Online Teaching Relationships; Michelle Oldale and Madeleine Knightley.- Chapter 12. The Move to Online Teaching: A Head of Department's Perspective; Diane Preston.- Chapter 13. The Future of Online Teaching and Learning and an Invitation to Debate; George Callaghan, Jacqueline Baxter and Jean McAvoy
Jacqueline Baxter is Senior Lecturer and Associate Professor of Public Policy and Management at The Open University Business School, UK. Her research interests lie in the areas of public governance trust and accountability, particularly in the realm of education.George Callaghan is an economist with the Open University, UK. He is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, teaches personal finance and economics and has published in the field of learning and teaching.Jean McAvoy is Senior lecturer and Director of Teaching in the School of Psychology at the Open University, UK. Her areas of interest focus on processes of subjectification and the production of subjectivities.
Analyses innovation in distance education stimulated by educational technologyExamines the challenges faced by online teachers and designers of online materialsExplores various core themes of distance education
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