Integration and Documentation Discussions

Techniques for facilitating discussions that support the integration and documentation of student learning

Integration and Documentation

This discussion type has the primary purpose of gathering evidence for student understanding or grading. It includes activities that require students to use their new content knowledge to solve problems, investigate related questions, and make predictions. This type of discussion is a reflective, integrative, and action-oriented activity, often including solving problems, case analysis, and applying and integrating new concepts with other concepts and relationships. The posting/essay in this discussion requires substantial thinking and research, including citing important, relevant readings, researching, and problem-solving. This type of discussion will have the most point values and, depending on instructional goals, more or less involvement with other students. It will require more detailed feedback from the instructor (Boettcher, 2019).

Keywordsintegration, content, documentation, discussionsDoc ID103913
OwnerTimmo D.GroupInstructional Resources
Created2020-07-13 12:03:11Updated2024-04-16 12:58:39
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