CE  Vol.4 No.8 A , August 2013
Promoting School Based Cohorts in Distance/Online Learning
Abstract: Successful cohort online learning requires three important components: Community, Collaboration, and Content. Looking at how to develop these components is discussed as a result of what is known by the authors’ active engaging in the cohort online learning model.
Cite this paper: McKinley, J. & Champagne, D. (2013). Promoting School Based Cohorts in Distance/Online Learning. Creative Education, 4, 9-11. doi: 10.4236/ce.2013.48A003.

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