Dr. Bruce A. Johnson has had a life-long love of learning. Throughout his entire career, he has been involved in many forms of adult education, including teaching, training, human resource development, coaching, and mentoring. Dr. J has completed a Ph.D. in the field of adult education, with an emphasis in adult learning within an online classroom environment. Dr. J's background includes work as an online instructor (undergraduate and graduate), faculty developmental workshop facilitator, and faculty mentor. Presently Dr. Johnson works as a full time online college professor and he has published articles related to adult education and online learning.
Everything outcome you experience, whether it is in your career or your personal life, is related to your mindset.This is a book that does not have to be read from cover to cover. It is meant to inspire you and help to distract your thoughts when there are moments of doubt, fear, or questions. This book will help you tune up your mindset and stay focused on discovering your personal best.
Every online instructor needs a set of tools, techniques, and strategies to make the process of teaching an online class more effective. The topics in this book include Adult Learning Basics, Developing a Virtual Presence, Feedback and Grading Basics, Developing a Supportive Mindset, Online Instruction Basics, plus much more.
Dr. J is an online college professor and has written a valuable new eBook for online students. There are strategies and skill sets that are essential to your academic work as an online student. Whether you are starting your first online class, or you have already taken several online classes, you will likely find something in this eBook that you can use right now.
Appreciate Andragogy is an exciting new instructional strategy that brings Appreciative Inquiry to the field of education. Appreciative Inquiry has been successfully utilized in organizations as a strengths-based approach to employee development. Similar to positive psychology there is a focus on developing strengths instead of deficits, to achieve peak or optimal performance.