Category: unforseen consequences

The Golden Rule of Forum Posting

Most online courses require interaction between classmates over a forum. In my POLI 101 course, we post on the Sakai forum up to three times a week. While some of the posts follow a simple question and answer format, they

Posted in classmates, communication, online learning, online tools, unforseen consequences Tagged with: , , , ,

Overcoming Procrastination

Over the years, I have taken many online classes. I took three in high school and four so far at Carolina. However, I must admit I didn’t do well in a lot of them. This semester marks the first time

Posted in adult learning, introduction, knowledge, motivation, online learning, procrastination, self-reliance, time management, Uncategorized, unforseen consequences

Committing to Your Relationship. Er, Online Class.

By Rachele McFarland When I signed up for my course, I presumed I could easily integrate it into my busy schedule.  I work full time as a teacher, and my afternoons and evenings are filled with other activities and tasks. 

Posted in adult learning, online learning, time management, unforseen consequences

Naughty or Nice: Three Reasons Not to Cheat in Your Online Classes

By Olivia Juarez The unsupervised nature of online classes makes cheating on the closed book quizzes and tests you take online a tempting possibility. I’ve encountered so many students who, upon asking me about my tests online, ask me why

Posted in cheating, exams, motivation, online learning, unforseen consequences Tagged with:

Bees, Trees, and Making Hay while the Sun Shines

By Daniel Harnden My life is one long lesson in time management. Apparently I will never get out of the time management classroom. This is not a lonely classroom as I am joined by fellow blogger Kelly Swanson who spells

Posted in online learning, time management, unforseen consequences
Follow

Follow this website

Get every new post delivered right to your inbox.

Email address