10 Top tips for creating more effective online learning forums

Asynchronous teaching is more challenging when it comes to creating learning activities. There’s a wealth of information and materials that you can use to teach online, but activities have to be carefully planned. It takes some trial and error to figure out what works and what doesn’t for a particular group of students.

Online learning forums are the most accessible way to engage students. Yet, sometimes the attempt to create amazing discussions falls short of expectations. Some teachers complain that students aren’t motivated to contribute, plus it’s hard for a single educator to keep up with the many ongoing conversations.

Read more: How to facilitate meaningful discussions in hybrid or virtual classrooms

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