Student-Led Threaded Discussion: Few Constraints, Plenty of Learning

July 2004
Online Classroom;Jul2004, p6
Discusses advantages and disadvantages of student-led threaded discussion. Need for leaders to make an effort to elicit the type of discussion that adds to the course; Ability of students to think critically about issues that are going to profoundly affect them as future teachers and practitioners; Opportunity for every student to have a voice that is heard.


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