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The Lived Experience: A Study in Teaching Online
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Contemporary Issues in Education Research Volume 11, Number 2, ISSN 1940-5847

Abstract

A researcher with five years' experience of teaching online classes shares what she has seen and experienced while working with her students. Through the evolution of working with Tegrity, Collaborate, and ZOOM the author shares the lived experience. The work of Max van Manen, a phenomenological researcher, serves as the framework. Descriptions are included of experiences from actual online classes. Research supports the findings: communication is essential in online classes; establishing a community of learners provides support to all involved; and students need to be accountable to themselves, the class and to the professors. [Note: Issue number (1) shown on full text is incorrect. This article was published in v11 n2.]

Citation

Morgan, B.M. (2018). The Lived Experience: A Study in Teaching Online. Contemporary Issues in Education Research, 11(2), 81-86. Retrieved August 12, 2020 from .

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