DO ONLINE STUDENTS DREAM OF ELECTRIC TEACHERS?

Jason A. Scorza

Abstract


This paper represents a rough and ready attempt to describe an approach to online teaching that favors empathy over efficiency in the hope of achieving both.


Keywords


Empathy,Teaching Presence,Desensitization,Online Learning,Pedagogy,Student Satisfaction

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24059/olj.v9i2.1796



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