As virtual classes rapidly become de rigueur, the need for an effective virtual facilitation framework accelerates.
I propose the 5-stage model of e-moderation developed by world-renowned networked learning guru, Gilly Salmon.
While Salmon’s model primarily supports asynchronous networked learning, I contend that it supports synchronous networked learning just as well.
Salmon’s 5-stage model of e-moderation is based on, umm, 5 stages:
All 5 stages contribute to the learning process.
Here’s my take on each one, based on my reading of E-Moderating: The Key to Teaching & Learning Online and of course my own two-cent’s worth…
Stage 1: Access & motivation
This stage is about getting your remote participants up and running.
Inform your participants very early that the virtual class will be happening, when and where. Book the time out in their calendar, and let them know that they will be receiving an email to provide them with the…
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