چگونه زبان‌آموزان بی‌میل را تشویق می‌کنید؟

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Hi, everyone. It's been a fantastic a second week
in the Learning to Teach Online MOOC. And I hope you've been enjoying
it as much as we have. So today, we're going to be answering
the top 5 questions in the weekly Q&A. So Simon, what's the first question for
this week? >> We're week two by the way,
just to make that clear. First question is about reluctant
students in online learning, posted by Sergio, thank you very much. So what to do when students
are really reluctant to use online materials for studying? But he was also talking about the use of
social media for studying as well, and what the boundaries
are between using Facebook for example as a teaching space versus
something more dedicated and private. >> Okay. >> That's pretty much
the crux of that question. >> Yeah, go ahead. >> I think there's a couple
aspects to this question that you need to think about. Firstly, there is what technology you're
using but if we put that to the side for a second I think if students are reluctant
to use online technology for their learning maybe you need to start
pulling back a little bit and thinking about why you're asking them to use it,
what activities you're asking them to do within it and how relevant that is to
the way they're studying in the classroom. So it's really important to
think about the connection and the integration of those online spaces with the activities that you're
actually doing in the curriculum and I do strongly recommend you take a look
if you haven't already at Module 7. >> Yes, Module 7. >> Engaging in moderating students,
because we've got a lot of tips there that actually deal with this idea
of students who are reluctant or having problems engaging. So that's the short answer,
I'd say to browse that and have a look through and do the activities. I think that would really help. Do you want to take the? >> Yeah, so in terms of the social media,
the question brought out, in the form brought out
when to use Facebook or is Facebook appropriate for certain
situations, for educational contexts? So it depends on the context and
your course and your population of students in particular. My personal view is that
social media in terms of Facebook, in particular more so
than Twitter, is really a place for students to be engage with one
another without the teacher present. I think it's a place, my personal view,
is that it's a place for them to communicate and often times for
them to setup on their own to use. So, we're talking here about high school
students, undergraduate students, adults who often are on Facebook
anyway to share pictures and what not and
from what I've seen from my own experience is often the students will go on and
set up their own Facebook pages for study purposes and they don't
really want the teachers in there. They want it to be their own place while
other forms of social media potentially like Twitter, maybe even Pinterest. If carefully integrated into
the curriculum and students actually know why it's important to use that for
their course, could be successful. >> I think the important thing there
is about privacy settings because some other people in the thread raised
a concern about the mixing of personal-
>> Yeah. >> And private kind of things or
education. So you don't want to see your
teachers sunbathing on the beach or something like that from these holidays. So I think it's about understanding the
privacy settings if you're creating groups and making sure that those public and private areas are actually separated
if you're going to use it. >> Yeah.
>> Lot's of teachers have used social media quite successfully but they pay
attention to that division and making sure that there no boundaries across-
>> Or even, sorry just to interject there, or even
to have separate accounts for example. >> Yeah.
>> Separate Facebook accounts where students are feeling that
they don't want their own pictures from their party on the weekend
to be visible to their classmates. Having a separate account for
school purposes versus non-school purposes can deal
with that quite quickly. >> Okay, so the main thing there,
I think is take a look at Module 7. I think you'll find
a lot of answers there. But just before we go,
I just wanted to mention, Yall posted an interesting comment, and
a lovely screen shot, about how I was looking at my iPad when we were actually
answering the questions last week. And the question arose about how many
presenters are relevant or useful. But, now in this MOOC we thought
it's very important to share the experiences of a wide
range of different teachers. And that's why we've taken the approach
where we have several opinions in here. So I'm pretty comfortable that
that is appropriate for this. You may, of course, not find that
appropriate for your own purposes and that's where you can choose
to narrow the field down. And the iPad is our notes on the question
so forgive me if I got distracted, but I'm here with you. >> Yeah, he's here.
>> Okay, so that's question one, thanks.

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چگونه حضور معلم را در یک محیط آنلاین حفظ می کنید؟
خطرات آموزش آنلاین
به نظر شما عمده چالش های فعلی آموزش آنلاین چیست؟
برای جذب، ایجاد انگیزه و حفظ معلمان چه کار می کنیم؟
معلمان با شروع تدریس دوره های آنلاین چه مقاومتی دارند؟
?Who can help if you are a trailblazer
چگونه با فناوری فعلی وب هم‌گام شویم؟
چگونه ابزارهایی را که بین فناوری open و lms قرارمی‌گیرند طبقه‌بندی می‌کنید؟
?How do you stop being overwhelmed or paralysed by all the options
چگونه در هنگام طراحی یک فعالیت خطرات مرتبط با فناوری را کم کنیم؟
بهبود کیفیت تولید فیلم
?What about the 'not invented here' syndrome
?What tools were used to make this MOOC
?Which platform better allows the use of a MOOC with interactive activities
نگرش‌های مختلف نسبت به یادگیری آنلاین و ترکیبی
مدیریت حق نشر برای دوره‌های آنلاین
برای برنامه‌ریزی یک دوره 10 ماهه آنلاین چقدر زمان لازم است؟
آیا یادگیری ترکیبی همیشه خوب است؟
آیا تفاوتی بین نتایج یادگیری و اهداف یادگیری وجود دارد؟
برای ایجاد کل دوره از ابتدا چه توصیه ای دارید؟
?What moderation techniques are used in the MOOC
?What is a rubric
فکرمی‌کنید چه‌چیزی باید از دوره حذف شود؟
ساختار پیشنهادی شما برای راه‌اندازی دوره‌های آنلاین چیست؟
گزینه‌های جایگزین ضبط فیلم
BYOD Apps and Tools
چگونه کیفیت دوره‌های آنلاین را تضمین می‌کنید؟
ملاحظات نوشتن برای فیلم‌های آموزشی
روش‌های مختلف استفاده از فیلم در دوره‌های آنلاین چیست و کدام‌یک موثرترین هستند؟
مدت زمان ایده‌آل برای پادکست چقدر است؟
آموزش مبتنی بر سناریو چیست؟
آیا ارزیابی ویدیوها نسبت به کار نوشتاری باید دقیق‌تر باشد؟
اطمینان از اصالت با ارزیابی آنلاین
چگونه از صدا برای بازخورد معنی‌دار یا ارزیابی از یادگیری استفاده می‌کنید؟
ساختن یک مقاله، ارزیابی موثر برای فعالیت‌های آنلاین
Peer Review- چه موقع از آن استفاده کنیم و چرا در دوره استفاده می‌شود؟
استراتژی‌های موثر درصورت خرابی فناوری هنگام ارزیابی چیست؟
چه چارچوبی برای تفکر در مورد تمرینات خودارزیابی و ارزیابی هم‌سالان مفید است؟
Boundaries when supporting online discussions
پروژه‌‌های گروهی در محیط یادگیری آنلاین
از چه فناوری برای کنفرانس‌های ویدئویی با دانشجویان استفاده می‌کنید؟
ایجاد ارتباط با دانشجویان
آیا مباحث رفتار دانش‌آموزان را هدایت می‌کند؟
چگونه می‌توانم بهترین استفاده از دانش‌آموزان را در استفاده مناسب از رسانه های اجتماعی داشته باشم؟
چگونه می‌توانید یادگیری را برای زبان‌آموزان با سطح استقلال پایین توسعه دهید؟
چگونه زبان‌آموزان بی‌میل را تشویق می‌کنید؟
ایجاد جامعه در یک دوره آنلاین
بررسی سطح سواد دیجیتال
تدریس خصوصی 1-1 آنلاین
چه نکاتی را به معلمان خصوصی آنلاین یادآور می‌شوید؟
آیا می‌توانید تجزیه و تحلیل دوره آنلاین را توصیه کنید؟
ارزیابی کیفیت با استفاده از استانداردهای ملی یا بین المللی
چگونه از داده‌های یادگیری و آموزش برای انتشار علمی استفاده می‌کنید؟
آیا بعد از راه‌اندازی می‌توان دوره را تغییر داد؟