Are there any 'furrowed brows' out there?Lynne Schrum, Department of Instructional Technology, The University of Georgia, USA
In traditional lectures and seminars, the furrowed brow is a certain indicator that students are experiencing some difficulties or uncertainties. Obviously, with on-line teaching and learning, these are more difficult to detect.
Three strategies that we have employed at our institution to determine whether the students are uncertain about topics, concepts or expectations are:
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