My Course Is Starting – Now What?

For many years I taught adults in the college and university setting, both in the classroom and online. I learned the hard way how to prepare for teaching others (even if my curriculum was all written) and run my course like a cool cucumber (though I was very alert all the time.)

If you plan to be hands-on with your online students in some manner (i.e. via a discussion board, group calls or one-on-one session) you will be interested in my facilitation tips.

With 3 simple tips, I share how I went from frantic instructor to helpful leader in my courses.
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TIP #1 – Get to know your students. Create community.

Your students are people, not just customers, and they have fascinating stories. Take some time to get to know them using simple exercises like the following icebreaker exercises:

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