HOW TO EMPOWER ONLINE TEACHING: 12 PRINCIPLES FOR HIGHER AND POSTGRADUATE EDUCATION

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https://doi.org/10.33407/itlt.v91i5.4989

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higher education, postgraduate education, online teaching, principles, examples

Abstract

The global pandemic COVID-19, which began in 2020, has brought about new challenges to Ukraine’s higher and postgraduate education institutions. Despite the previous experience of providing online education courses, one of the main challenges to these institutions now remains to perform effective online teaching, which requires a proper theoretical and instructional basis. The study aims to outline efficient online teaching principles and best practices of how online teaching can provide effective interaction in the virtual online classroom with the aid of online learning management systems, online educational technologies, and digital learning tools. The article suggests a framework of twelve principles of effective online teaching determined for higher and postgraduate education that is deployed at five levels grouped according to specific online teaching issues (Level 0. Lecturer readiness, Level 1. Course planning, Level 2. Students’ facilitation, Level 3. Course content dissemination, and Level 4. Course feedback). Each identified principle at every level is covered with examples of specific teaching methods and best practices of how it is used to enhance the effectiveness of online teaching in higher and postgraduate education. To perform most effectively in an online education context, every lecturer should use each level from the developed framework and each principle from the level. However, even a partial application of certain principles will increase the efficiency of the online teaching process. The suggested five-level framework of twelve principles will be helpful for lecturers, professors, and other academic staff of universities and institutes of higher and postgraduate education when providing online and distance education.

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Author Biographies

Marian Byrka, Institute of Postgraduate Pedagogical Education of Chernivtsi region

Doctor of Education, Professor, Professor of Department of Pedagogy, Psychology and Education Management

Igor Cherevko, Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University

Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of Mathematical Modeling

Nataliia Yakubovska, Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University

PhD in Philology, Associate Professor of Department of Romance Philology and Translation

Inna Shorobura , Khmelnitskyi Humanitarian Pedagogical Academy

Doctor of Education, Professor, Rector

Natalya Kurish, Institute of Postgraduate Pedagogical Education of Chernivtsi region

PhD in Education, Deputy Director

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2022-10-31

How to Cite

Byrka, M., Cherevko, I., Yakubovska, N., Shorobura , I., & Kurish, N. (2022). HOW TO EMPOWER ONLINE TEACHING: 12 PRINCIPLES FOR HIGHER AND POSTGRADUATE EDUCATION. Information Technologies and Learning Tools, 91(5), 70–83. https://doi.org/10.33407/itlt.v91i5.4989

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ICT and learning tools in the higher education establishments