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dc.contributor.authorPark, Caroline L.
dc.contributor.authorKier, Cheryl A.
dc.contributor.authorJugdev, Kam
dc.identifier.citationCanadian Journal of Learning and Technology, 37(3), 1-17en
dc.description.abstractThis reflective case study was based on our independent use of the debate as an online instructional approach and our shared interest in teaching strategies. In an interdisciplinary manner, using narrative inquiry and action research, we melded our data sources and analyzed the findings, including our individual experiences with the technique. Our paper contributes to the field of research on faculty self-evaluations of teaching strategies, specifically debates. The topic will be of relevance to those who teach online. The findings suggest that examining faculty perceptions and views on the use of debates in text-based paced and un-paced courses at the online undergraduate and graduate levels can be a valuable undertaking. The process enabled us to benefit from our mutual reflective discussions on the use of debates to understand how each of us used the strategy. Despite our different approaches to the debate, we share many commonalities regarding debate as a teaching strategy.en
dc.subjectonline debatesen
dc.subjectmultidisciplinary teamsen
dc.titleDebate as a Teaching Strategy in Online Education: A Case Study.en

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