I.Q.-I Question: Teacher and Student Questioning in an Online Environment

I.Q.-I Question: Teacher and Student Questioning in an Online Environment

Silvia Braidic (California University of Pennsylvania, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/jicte.2007100108
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Abstract

Teaching is a complex activity that involves careful preparation, delivery, and reflection. As an educator, it is essential to create a sense of community in which students feel significant and are truly engaged as learners. A central focus of the educator is to maximize the capacity of each learner. How does this happen in an online learning environment? This article addresses the needs of learners for a learning community that promotes effective discussion; specifically, the practice of questioning that lies at the heart of classroom practice. Just as in a face-to-face classroom, questioning occurs in a variety of ways for online learners. The article shares ideas for using the I.Q.—I Question strategy in an online environment.

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