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Storytelling with Maps - 8 views

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    "Story maps combine intelligent Web maps with Web applications and templates that incorporate text, multimedia, and interactive functions. Story maps inform, educate, entertain, and inspire people about a wide variety of topics."
Darcy Goshorn

eLearning Guild - Bloom's Taxonomy: What's Old is New Again - 0 views

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    Within the report are numerous charts, job aids, and activities that allow you to make  the most of the innovations and updates in Bloom's Taxonomy for yourself and your  work team.
Darcy Goshorn

Bloom's Taxonomy: Progression in the Finance Lab - 1 views

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    This presentation discusses a series of  financial lab exercises that demonstrate to students that finance theory has real value in  the business world, thus linking "abstract" course content to the real world. The  exercises align with Bloom's Taxonomy, starting with acquisition of knowledge goals and  moving toward the development of higher level critical thinking goals. 
Darcy Goshorn

Building the SCAFFOLD for Evaluating Threaded Discussion Forum Activity - Describing an... - 0 views

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    The presentation will describe SCAFFOLD - Scale for  Forums/Online Discussion Assessment. The authors will  describe the SCAFFOLD instrument as a tool for  categorizing and describing contributions. The process for  establishing reliability and validity will be detailed. 
Darcy Goshorn

What clues does a VoiceThread discussion give to an instructor or the class? - 1 views

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    "By sharing our voices, we hear each others accents, share a bit of personal information and make an emotional connection. Simply from hearing the background noises in the audio tracks and picking up on visual images in the pictures students have chosen to share, I have learned the following"
Darcy Goshorn

Using VoiceThread to Enhance Online Discussions - a study - 2 views

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    Study using voicethread for online discussion
Darcy Goshorn

Designing and Orchestrating Online Discussions - 0 views

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    "This author's position is that asynchronous online discussions face an array of resolvable pedagogical and course management challenges. Online discussions can transform mere course chatter into a cyber forum of student-centered learning through meticulous planning, designing and orchestrating. After introducing common issues, a literature review summarizes the contributions that online discussions bring to distance learning. The author then addresses pedagogical and managerial issues that plague online discussions with strategies that instructors may readily employ. In the pedagogical realm, these include insights on organizing online discussions, using groups to facilitate interactions, establishing discussion parameters, and ensuring that the course syllabus introduces online discussion details. In the managerial realm, approaches are offered regarding overseeing discussion windows, using icebreakers, assessing student performance, ongoing communications, maintaining an online presence, netiquette, and a variety of other online discussion tips. In support of online instructors, the article weaves in relevant literature with the hard learned lessons from the author's ongoing attempts to improve online discussions. It concludes by urging instructors to cultivate improvement continuously through candid self-critique supplemented by student feedback."
Darcy Goshorn

Discussion Board Etiquette - 0 views

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    for students
Darcy Goshorn

Outreach Faculty Development - Pennsylvania State University - 2 views

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    Penn States Faculty Development Ning for Online and Continuing Education
Darcy Goshorn

How Tablets Can Make You A More Effective Teacher - Edudemic - 6 views

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    Teacher self-reflection and self-assessment using tablets.
anonymous

edrethink: Ten Things I've Learned in Going Project-Based - 3 views

  • It's a few days before Christmas and I expect a challenge. Students will be checked-out or hyper. However, to my surprise, they are fully engaged in a project that combines reading, writing, global awareness and critical thinking.
Donald Burkins

The Power of Economics -Teaching Economic Principles - Free Resources - 5 views

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    Lectures and powerpoints by Peter Navarro, Professor at UCI-Irvine, Harvard Ph.D. in Economics: Power of Microeconomics; Power of Macroeconomics; Investing
anonymous

Android 101 - Twenty Videos for Beginners - 2 views

  • Android 101 is a series of twenty videos from TheUnlockr.com that will walk you through things like installing new apps, how to manage running apps, how to synchronize files, and how to scan a QR code.
Shawn Canady

- Five Reasons I'm Not Flipping Over The Flipped Classroom - 7 views

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    (I love alternative points of view, varying viewpoints cause us to question and hopelfully improve our instruction) Five Reasons I'm Not Flipping Over The Flipped Classroom Nov 8 Written by: 11/8/2011 3:38 AM RssIcon If you've read my thoughts about the Flipped Classroom in USA Today, you probably are either in agreement with my caution over the excitement around the flipped classroom made popular by Sal Kahn or you are a flipped classroom advocate who wants to convince me and other innovative educators that flipping is for everyone. While I certainly see benefits in flipping instruction as I wrote about earlier this year, there are also reasons to move ahead with caution.
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