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The purpose was to describe the redesigning of an online course that utilized adult learning principles and a framework to engage students.
The methodology used is a first person account from the instructor point of view.
Findings indicate that the teaching strategies used encouraged student engagement in the course.
The research is limited to one course with less than 20 students.
Other online instructors can utilize teaching strategies used that promote engagement among students.
This course is an example of a highly engaging online course. This shows that online courses can be engaging and satisfying for students.
This paper adds to the body of literature on what teaching strategies encourage students to engage online. It connects theories with real life examples that others teaching online can implement.
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Leslie, Heather J. PhD, "Facilitation Fundamentals: Redesigning an Online Course using Adult Learning Principles and Trifecta of Student Engagement Framework" (2020). Learning Design Center: Staff Scholarship. 1.