Establishing an engaging and interactive environment in the online classroom can be a challenge. Do student selected learning activities, real time interactive sessions and other tools make a difference? Feedback from graduate students in online classes who are themselves practicing educators provides helpful information for continuous improvement. One of the tools investigated is a ‘build your own grade’ syllabus structure that allows students to customize their learning based on knowledge level and learning activity preference. This structure is designed from and supports adult learning theory. This study reports findings on customizing student activities to support mature learners in the online learning environment.
|Keywords:||Online, Graduate Studies, Education, Adult Learning, Technology|
Associate Professor, Graduate Studies in Education, Southern Utah University, Cedar City, UT, USA
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