Distance Learning – Nuts & Bolts

In my previous post, I wrote about my very happy but very busy experience teaching an M. Div. course in a distance learning context. Here I want to talk about some principles I had in mind as I developed and taught this course, and then a bit about the tools I used.

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My Foray into Distance Learning

Last week, I turned in the final grades for the seminary course I was teaching. Distance learning semesters are different from what you may have known. This was the “Winter Semester,” and began Nov. 4 and ended March 9. Which is why I have not added anything to this blog since October!

You see, teaching a master’s level course is a lot of work. And teaching a distance learning course is, well, a lot of work.

But it’s all worth it.

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