Engaging students affectively to stimulate social presence in online learning

Xiaowen Gao

Abstract


There is challenge in designing online teaching that motivates students and encourages them to engage fully with learning activities. This conference reflection considers how affective engagement may be supported and why addressing it should be a priority when designing and delivering effective online teaching.


Keywords


Online teaching, active learning, pedagogical design

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21100/compass.v14i2.1205

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