Edited by Laura Hyatt and Stuart Allen
Chapter 10: Teaching leadership research courses online at the doctoral level: why we do it and how it works
This chapter shares practices, challenges and ideas concerning teaching leadership online at the doctoral level. Specifically, the chapter addresses the process of implementing a series of reforms for teaching critical thinking skills in online research courses. The authors discuss how to ensure that students get the same experience across multiple sections of a course, and that academic expectations for full-time and adjunct faculty are aligned. This chapter offers a broad overview of online teaching and provides practical, hands-on tips for those new to teaching in the online environment.
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