Teaching online can feel like a challenge to the spontaneity and visual feedback of student and teacher interaction. How do we design deliberate opportunities for students and teachers to communicate using technologies that seem as natural as being in the same room together?
Using a combination of tools in FLO, you can offer students multiple options for student and teacher interaction. For example, a student may want to pose a question during an online tutorial (Collaborate), ask an anonymous question (Feedback tool) or find out if they can speak to you one-to-one (Scheduler or Dialogue tool).
To plan your approach to student and teacher interaction in a FLO topic, try the Tip Sheet- Facilitating Student-Teacher interaction in FLO.