Toward Character Formation in Online Classes

From Biola Digital Conference 2014

Dr. Joanne Jung discusses how to create and manage an online class without sacrificing the personal development of and interaction with students. Dr. Jung explains the importance of engaging students on a personal level and shares how she has incorporated real-world assignments into her online classes to achieve real personal growth in her students.

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  • Joanne J. Jung  

    • Associate Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies

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