Using Peer Teams To Lead Online Discussions
Journal of Interactive Media in Education Volume 1,
Investigates a graduate-level online course in which groups of four students were used to lead online discussions. The teams were examined for their ability to bring instructional design, discourse facilitation, and direct instruction to the discussion. Results indicate that the peer teams fulfilled each of the three roles and valued the experience. (Author/AEF)
Rourke, L. & Anderson, T. (2001). Using Peer Teams To Lead Online Discussions. Journal of Interactive Media in Education, 1,.
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