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Learning Styles and the Online Environment - Is This Possible in Sakai?

Speaker(s): Susan Roig and Melissa Zhuo

Session Abstract

Everyone has their own "style" for collecting and organizing information; the online environment is well suited to a variety of learning styles and personality needs. Because learners have different learning styles, online educators should design activities that address their modes of learning to provide significant experiences for each class participant.

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  1. Presentation will discuss incorporation learning styles into an online environment. We will also present participants with quality rubric for online courses and open for discussion how the rubric points can be accomplished in Sakai. We hope to have this discussion both during the session but after session in this environment. Please take a look at the rubric in attachments and start the process.

  2. Susan and Melissa

    Just a comment to say that I found your presentation very useful because it was 'real'

    For example - I'd like to get an answer to Melissa's point: can we create a(say) weekly structure in Sakai?- and how could this be done?

    Does anyone out there know how?