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Online Discussions: To Assess or not Assess?...That is the Question

Presentation to HLST Annual Conference
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John Erskine

on 27 January 2010

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Transcript of Online Discussions: To Assess or not Assess?...That is the Question

Online Discussions: To Assess or not Assess?...That is the Question Learning Theory

Social Learning Theory (Bandura 1987)
Social Constructivism (Vygotsky 1978)
Community of Practice (Wenger 1998)
Conversational Learning (Laurillard 1993)


Swan (2004) adapted from Rourke et al ( 2001)

Community of Enquiry Model

Cognitive Presence – Interaction with content
Teaching Presence – Interaction with instructors
Social Presence – Interaction with peers
(1) Develop a better understanding of why the assessment of online discussions should be a learning strategy adopted in most online modules

(2) Become familiar with ‘Discussion Rubrics’ as a means of assessing online discussions

(3) Undertake two tasks using discussion rubrics to assess (a) an individual discussion and (b) a selection of discussion contributions

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