Only reading, writing, completing questionnaires, and watching electures becomes boring over time. Different studies also show that instructors tend to use technologies and activities that they are not only familiar with but also relied upon in traditional classroom settings. Other research shows that online interactions can foster personal empowerment, self-confidence and improved feelings. How can we get more interactions in online courses? In this episode, I will talk about, firstly, the importance of interactions, then secondly, about strategies for designing interactions, and, thirdly, about how to practically design interactions in your online course to better engage with your students. This is part two of my series about online teaching.
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