Leveraging Instructional Technologies to Boost Online Interactivity

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Leveraging Instructional Technologies to Boost Online Interactivity by Mind Map: Leveraging Instructional Technologies to Boost Online Interactivity

1. Choose your online approach/overall strategy for boosting interactivity on all three levels: student-to-student, -to-content, -to-instructor

1.1. Record videos and add overlay knowledge-check questions (interactive videos): LMS

1.2. Incorporate quizzes with points and leaderboards: Kahhoot

1.3. Upload a link to/embed a Likert Scale-based survey that measures students' self-assessment of their understanding and learning: Typeform

1.4. Host live courses sessions that are pre-planned and included in the college's course schedule: Zoom

2. Choose the primary tool you will use to boost interactivity on all three levels: student-to-student, -to-content, -to-instructor

2.1. LMS: Discussion Boards for which each topic/question/prompt, students must post an response/answer and reply to another student's original post.

2.2. Facebook: Create a class Group page in which students makes a weekly post about a course concept they find in action, in the real-world

2.3. Google Drive: Uploaded Slides presentations with knowledge-check questions included at the end of each presentation.

2.4. Zoom: Class meetings during which you use polls, breakout rooms, and the whiteboard.

3. Select which Zoom tools to deploy, according to specific types of interactivity

3.1. Select which Zoom tool you want to use to enable students to demonstrate their application of a specific principle or strategy.

3.1.1. Breakout Rooms

3.1.2. Whiteboard

3.1.3. Poll

3.2. Select which tool to use in order to conduct to find out how many students read the material and/or viewed the uploaded videos.

3.2.1. Same as above

3.3. Select which tool to use in order to have students brainstorm how a particular course topic is part of a modern controversy.

3.3.1. Same as above