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Models and theories of online facilitation by Mind Map: Models and theories of online
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Models and theories of online facilitation

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• facilitators should engage the learner in the learning process, particularly at the beginning • use appropriate questioning, listening and feedback skills - and being able to communicate with various cultures • have the ability to provide direction and support to all learners of all cultures and backgrounds • have the skills in managing online discussions • know how to build online teams • have a capacity for relationship building • and have good motivational skill to get learners' motivated.

Facilitation Tools and Techniques

Blogs

Digital storytelling

Online writing resources

Cogdogroo

E-Portfolios

Glossaries

Quizlet

Wikis

Wordle

Survey Monkey

Student Galleries

Share Point

You Tube

teacher tube

Mind Meister

Terminology Pages

VoiceThread

Multimedia

Online “Ground Rules”

“Applause Corner”

Google Earth

Sketchup

Twiddla

Time Capsule

Research on cognition and multitasking

Wikipedia

mobile learning

New node

rss feed

Digital White boards and conferencing

Elluminate live

Design Models

Design Models

Systems Approach

Soft-System Approach

Holistic approach

Intuitive Approach

Rapid Instructional Design Model

Activity Theory

Learning Theories

Motivational Theories

Behavourism: Responding and Rewarding

Personality and Preference Theories

Transformative Learning Theory

MBTI

Emotional Intelligence Theory

Multiple Intelligence Theory

Developmental Thoeories

Phase/Stage Theories, Gender, Culture

Cognitivism: Acquiring Knowledge, Brain-based Learning

Social Learning and Constructivism: Constructing Knowledge

Society

Environment

Culture

philosophies of e-learning:

role and view of technologies in learning, development, or achieving objectives

reflection

building community

collaboration

assessment

feedback

distribution of information

situated learning

experiential learning

information processing

information perceptions

personal development

Liberalism

Determinism

Progressive

Humanism

radical

analytical

New node

New node