Creating Life in an Online Classroom
By Marty McKee
Editor, In Military Education
If you’re a student at American Military University or an alumnus or staff member, you’re familiar with online classrooms.
If you aren’t any of those things, but you’re reading this blog, you likely have some sort of interest in or curiosity about online education. You may have the same questions that professor Mark Bowles often receives, like “How can you interact with your students?” and “How can you make your classes interesting and informative?”
Mark, a professor of history at American Military University, has answered those questions and others in How I Bring Life to the Online Classroom, his blog post for The EvoLLLution.
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