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What takes priority in the online classroom: Faculty and Student Perceptions

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Online Learning – Research

Abstract

The online classroom offers many potential opportunities to create a wide variety of learning experiences for students. However, online instructors are often limited by time which requires instructors to have to prioritize the strategies with the most significant impact on student learning. This presentation aims to share the findings showing the differences in faculty and students' perceptions regarding the most valuable instructional components or strategies that impact student learning. The presentation explores how institutions can use the study's findings to utilize teaching supplements to support faculty.

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What takes priority in the online classroom: Faculty and Student Perceptions

Concurrent Sessions (Scarbrough 4)

The online classroom offers many potential opportunities to create a wide variety of learning experiences for students. However, online instructors are often limited by time which requires instructors to have to prioritize the strategies with the most significant impact on student learning. This presentation aims to share the findings showing the differences in faculty and students' perceptions regarding the most valuable instructional components or strategies that impact student learning. The presentation explores how institutions can use the study's findings to utilize teaching supplements to support faculty.