Ways to Improve Relationships in Online Classes

Relationships in Online Classes
Establishing a healthy learning environment is key to teaching. But opportunities for making personal connections and relationships with students are greatly reduced in online classes. Thus, online instructors need to make a special effort to foster relationships in their online courses.

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  1. Your article was helpful to me in the following ways: 1. You prioritize receiving feedback from the students and design the scenarios that facilitate responses. Your example about questions for students in leadership education illustrates. 2. You gave several tips regarding some technology tools to use. Question: Do you ever ask the students if there is a topic they would like to be pooled on?

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