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Learning Roles Online

Learning Roles Online

August 2016 - This link was corrected. Originally set up as a single Reusable Learning Object, it is a companion piece to the Teaching/Learning Philosophy Chart where faculty can view options about their philosophy and decide how they may want to articulate those philosophies to their learners. Since many faculty aren't well versed in these philosophies, the companion chart provides a quick explanation of options and how they may be viewed in online learning. Students can be given both the Philosophy Chart and the Learner Role chart for analysis. Go to http://www.towson.edu/~mcmahon/generic/philosophychart.pdf Faculty can use this Student Role tool in a variety of ways and can post their own directions for use. It can be used as an assessment to match online learning potential with... Show More
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Debra Chittur
Debra Chittur (Consultant)
4 years ago

A beautiful little chart to help learners who will become teachers identify their philosophy based on their beliefs.

Maria van Zuilen
Maria van Zuilen (Faculty)
6 years ago

This tool provides a nice but basic description of some of the main learning styles. It is a good introductory resource.

Time spent reviewing site: 5
Mary Wall
Mary Wall (Consultant)
7 years ago
I write many recommendations for teachers who hope to move online. They tell me that they are asked to submit their "learning philosophy." This chart will help them.
Used in course? Yes
Time spent reviewing site: 15 minutes.