Let me help you with questions about online programs and what is expected of an online student or instructor. I am an instructor as well as a student in an online program. If you are looking for a program or have questions about online learning in general, I can guide you. If you are a teacher looking for new ideas or methods, I can help. I have resources and ideas to share. I am a member of the National Business Education Association (NBEA), a professional organization devoted to the recognition that business education competencies are essential for all individuals in today's fast-changing society.
I am an instructor at the University of Phoenix, working in online and classroom modalities. I earned my PhD in Business Administration - Management from Northcentral University. My MBA is from Troy University, 2001, and I have a BS, Environmental Science, from Troy University, 1980. Read about my experiences as an online student at my blog thinkPhD.
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PhD Business Administration, Northcentral University, Prescott Valley, AZ; MBA Troy University, Phenix City, AL; BS Environmental Science, Troy University, Troy, AL; APICS CSCP (Certified Supply Chain Professional)
The online learning environment is a flexible and powerful way to learn. It gives students who may not be able to attend "regular" classes an opportunity to advance their education.
An online class is very different from a standard classroom because each student must participate in some way. I work with other instructors to discover the most effective methods of learning. Finding innovative ways to encourage this participation is a challenge to the online instructor.
The Sloan Consortium reported this year that almost 3.5 million students were taking at least one online class during the 2006 fall term. In addition, the 9.7% growth rate for online enrollments exceeds the 1.5% growth rate for the overall higher education population.
I have had students to tell me they were surprised that they learned so much more in the online class than they did in their standard classrooms. Many core college classes have end up in large lecture halls with upwards of 400 students. The online class is far superior to these giant classes!
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