There has been a lot of articles lately about how an online education does not stand up to the quality of a traditional education. The first thing that came to my mind was a question: Am I part of the problem? Or am I part of the solution?
There are many advantages to teaching online. Thanks to technology, one is I can work from almost anywhere, even when traveling or on vacation.
Coaches do almost all their teaching through feedback. Yes, grading is a requirement that must be done. However, grading is a minimal part of feedback. Dr. John Orlando gives an insider’s viewpoint taking us through the process of effective feedback.
I am always meeting new people and striking up a conversation, and it always comes to “What do you do for a living?” When I answer that I teach online as an adjunct instructor at a couple of different universities, the next question is, “Oh, do you teach at the local university?” “No” I reply, “I teach online classes.” I often get the response of “Oh, I could never do that. I have to be in a classroom.” Or worse, sometimes I get a different reaction.