Classroom Environment: More Than Concepts And Content.
Found in In-class/Missing from Online:
- Interactive experience
- Exposure to professionals as role models
- Synergy of active converse on content/controversy
- Group activities (not addressed here).
How capture these for online courses?
This presentation suggests a new transversal image of thought to grasp the creation of an ethical series of events in which architectural history/theory coursework engages in multi-educational rhizomatic ‘plateaus’. It does so by combining the philosophies and notions of impersonality and effects of French post-structuralist Gilles Deleuze, with that of Simone Brott (an Australian architect), as the basis for a cartographic analysis of the empirical subjectivity that works as a set of impersonal effects to reformulate the architectural history/theory coursework.
All student success activities scaffold learning to occur within the module in which they are deployed. For example: Where the assignment requires APA citations; students are required to complete the APA citations student success activities. Student retention has been calculated semester over semester since the implementation of Student Success Activities and the overall student retention rate has remained steady around 78%. For online learning this is a very good retention rate. More research will be done to ensure that Student Success Activities impact student activities positively.