Online Teaching at Its Best

Allison Norton
2020 The Wabash Center Journal on Teaching  
Fort Wayne) are experienced educators and authors who created this research-based guide to prepare faculty for online teaching. While online educational offerings have expanded rapidly at many institutions, faculty professional development in online education has often lagged behind. This practical text contributes to the wider discourse on online education by integrating research on teaching and learning from learning theory, cognitive psychology, and instructional design. The authors argue
more » ... he authors argue that while most publications about online instruction are skewed toward the use of technology without integrating learning theory, "good teaching actually transcends the environment" (202). As a result, the book outlines specific ways in which faculty can transfer research-driven teaching practices to the creation of online courses.
doi:10.31046/wabashcenter.v1i3.1794 fatcat:os6miqkj3baizcijjiyuuzhocq