Online learning poses a multitude of challenges for educators as there are oftentimes limited resources, and in most cases educators are forced to rely on trial-and-error strategies. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, an urgent need has risen for a better understanding of creating and maintaining an engaging digital classroom environment. Pedagogy, Presence, and Motivation in Online Education provides best practice techniques and utilizes analogies from brick-and-mortar education to provide a conceptual framework to a better understanding of how online education functions and shows how to engage students and build a positive digital culture. Covering topics such as hybrid classrooms, self-directed learning skills, and principal leadership, this book is an excellent resource for educators of both higher and K-12 education, educational administration, pre-service teachers, government institutions, policymakers, researchers, and academicians.
|Author||Perez, Aaron Michael|
|Rating||4/5 (90 users)|