Article and video. Summer Odom and Valerie McKee discuss an assignment in which their online leadership students synthesized leadership concepts by comparing and contrasting their personalities, beliefs, and capacities with a leader in the media. Read the article, then watch the video interview with Summer and Valerie.
teaching leadership online
Open access article that reviews the literature on online student engagement in higher ed. and presents a framework identifying five key elements for online engagement and recommendations for practice.
Ivey Publishing has a series of webinars with practical advice for teaching cases, building relationships, and inspiring and engaging each other online.
Sage publishing has made several resources freely available including this chapter from The SAGE Handbook of E-learning Research that looks at the effectiveness of using a bulletin board as a medium for learning.
Jackie Bruce describes utilizing PhotoVoice in an online classroom as a tool to understand and make meaning of abstract leadership theories. Read the assignment, a sample response received, and tips on how you can utilize PhotoVoice. Read the article, then watch the video interview with Jackie.
Fostering Social Presence in the Online Classroom: Helping Students Meet Affective Learning Objectives
Article and video. Virginia Byrne delves into strategies to overcome the dehumanization that can occur behind the screen. Make sure your students feel a sense of belonging as you move online. Read the article, then watch the video interview with Virginia.
Article and video. Ramiro de la Rosa describes how leveraging gamification elements can motivate and engage students. He examines gamified elements and demonstrates gamification as a promising new pedagogy for fully online leadership courses. Read the article, then watch the video interview with Ramiro.