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Seven Principles of Good Practice in the Online Classroom

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Seven Principles of Good Practice in the Online Classroom

Seven Principles of Good Practice in the Online Classroom

This presentation was given by Dr. Laura J. Little and Dr. Sherri E. Ritter at the WVCCA conference at Canaan Valley on Oct 25, 2012 and the West Virginia Higher Education Technology Conference (WVHETC) 2012 at the Waterfront Hotel in Morgantown on November 12th and 13.

Link to seven principles presentation.

http://prezi.com/qv318g2dtst6/seven-principles-of-good-practice-in-the-online-classroom/

Faculty Contributors

  • Principles 1 and 2: Ms. Donna Hastings (KVCTC) – Contact Between Students and Faculty: Bio Page & Develops Reciprocity and Cooperation Among Students: Discussions
  • Principle 2: Ms. Brenda Durham (KVCTC) – Contact Between Students and Faculty: Educreations
  • Principle 2: INFT: Mr. Bob Hayton (BCTC)
  • Principle 3: Ms. Tammy Dearing, Mr. Robert Walker, Dr. Laura Little (SAM) (BCTC)
  • Principle 4: Dr. Sherri Ritter
  • Principle 5: Ms. Lana Andrean (KVCTC) – Time on Task: BB9 and Connect
  • Principle 5: All BCTC online courses
  • Principle 6: Mr. Bob Hayton (BCTC)
  • Principle 7: All BCTC online courses
  • Principle 7: Mr. Charles Pomroy (KVCTC) – Respects Diverse Talents and Ways of Learning: Timelines

Links to additional software introduced in the presentation

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Chickering, A.,  & Ehrmann, S.C.  (1996), “Implementing the Seven Principles: Technology as Lever,” AAHE Bulletin, October, pp.  3-6. Chickering, A. W. & Gamson, Z. F.  (1987) “Seven principles for good practice in undergraduate education” American Association of Higher Education Bulletin vol.39 no.7 pp.3-7

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Written by Dr. Sherri E. Ritter

November 26, 2012 at 10:16 am

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