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Is Content Curation in Your Skill Set? It Should Be. - 2 views

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    by David Kelly: Learning Solutions Magazine
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Curation as a core competency in digital and media literacy education | Mihailidis | Jo... - 1 views

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    Why is the Diigo activity important? Ah, now I see it!
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Google-Assisted Language Learning - 0 views

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    Language Learning & Technology
    Vol.12, No.1, February 2008, pp. 3-11
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The "V-PORTAL": Video Online Repository for e-Teaching and Learning... - The World Is Open - 3 views

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    List of 27 videos:
    1. Planning an Online Course
    2. Managing an Online Course: General
    3. Managing an Online Course: Discussion Forums
    4. Providing Feedback
    5. Reducing Plagiarism
    6. Building Community
    7. Building Instructor and Social Presence
    8. Online Relationships: Student-Student, Student-Instructor, Student-Practitioner, Student-Self
    9. Fostering Online Collaboration/Teaming
    10. Finding Quality Supplemental Materials
    11. Blended Learning: General
    12. Blended Learning: Implementation
    13. Blended Learning: The Future
    14. Online Writing and Reflection Activities
    15. Online Visual Learning
    16. Using Existing Online Video Resources
    17. Webinars and Webcasts
    18. Podcasting Uses and Applications
    19. Wiki Uses and Applications
    20. Blog Uses and Applications
    21. Collaborative Tool Uses and Applications
    22. Hands-On/Experiential Learning
    23. Coordinating Online Project, Problem, and Product-Based Learning
    24. Global Connections and Collaborations
    25. Assessing Student Online Learning
    26. Ending, Archiving, Updating, and Reusing an Online Course
    27. Trends on the Horizon
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Mr. Robb's Math - Hundreds of Math Videos - 1 views

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    Mr. Robb's Math is a YouTube channel containing 555 videos produced by high school mathematics teacher Bradley Robb. Mr. Robb's videos explain and demonstrate solving problems in Algebra I, Algebra II, and Calculus. Most of the videos are recorded while Mr. Robb is teaching. You can find the videos on the Mr. Robb's Math YouTube channel or visit Mr. Robb's website WowMath to find the videos organized in sequence with accompanying screenshots.
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Do You Moodle? Three Helpful Resources - 0 views

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    This site provides a free place for users to share the video tutorials that they create. As long as your video is about Moodle, you can contribute to Moodle Tutorials. Every video on the Moodle Tutorials website is accompanied by an embed code and a download option.
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Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi on flow | Video on TED.com - 0 views

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    Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi has contributed pioneering work to our understanding of happiness, creativity, human fulfillment and the notion of "flow" -- a state of heightened focus and immersion.
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Our last week together | Sue's reflections ETAP687 - 1 views

  • It has been a long journey.  I have struggled with who I am as a “Teacher”.  I am a trainer, spoon feeding information for those to do their jobs.  A teacher brings students to the level of thinking for themselves…nurturing critical thinkers.  A very big part of me now questions my training. 
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      I agree. We just need to micro-manage a little less, and give students more space to explore and learn autonomously, which providing sufficient structure. Not too much - just the right amount.
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Learning Online Learning - 2 views

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      I became very disorientated as well. I did one blog instead ot 2, and I did not refer to the prompts. This has given me an insight about how I should try to find ways to helping students deal with the disorientation. Like you say, it's not the course design. It's other psychological factors. I want to study this effect more and try to understand it. I think it is something important to deal with in online learning.
  • I believe my problem is typical of first-time online course takers. Online learning environment requires a very different mindset and learning style from the students (from teachers as well) in order for the course to be effective and successful. When learners are not aware of this fact, of what their responsibilities are in making it work, online courses are less likely to move forward.
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Melissa's Fuzzwich Creation | Social Studies Another Way - 0 views

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      This is delightful, Mrs P.!!
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