- Try to think critically about which posts are the most provocative to you, if a posting has generated a reaction in you it’s probably a good candidate for you to respond to.
- When responding, use the student’s name and describe the point you’re reacting to so that the discussion group can follow along. Example: Jessica, you make an interesting point about technology increasing without training increasing.
- Whether you are asserting agreement or disagreement, provide clear and credible evidence to support your response. If your response is less than 150 words, you probably haven’t done that part of the response well enough.
- Avoid using unsupported personal opinions, generalizations, or language that others might find offensive, and when you disagree with someone, keep responses respectful and academic in tone.
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