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Julie Golden

Have you taught online? Your opinion is needed! - 4 views

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Julie Golden

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johnsonm7565

Discovery Education Web2014 : Web 2.0 Tools - Community - 2 views

  • Community Tools Community-building and collaboration are two defining aspects of Web 2.0. A range of tools enable teachers and students to communicate, collaborate and share work. Some, like Edmodo, are designed specifically for educators. This Twitter-like tool lets you create custom mini-communities for classes, clubs, parents, etc and push out assignments, reminders and updates. Others, like GoogleDocs, are for general use but conducive to inter- and intra-school collaboration—in real time. All are easy to use. Case in point: a wiki—the Hawaiian word for "quick"—can be set up in 5 minutes!
  • Edmodo.com http://www.edmodo.com/ Social platform for students & teachers
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      Great way to connect educators with students in a causal setting. 
    • huehnsl
       
      It's a Learning Management System, like Blackboard. Lisa
  • Google Docs http://docs.google.com Real-time online collaboration
    • daviwitz
       
      Use this all the time for collaborative projects, both as a teacher and with students.
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    • johnsonm7565
       
      Might be a cool way to connect students in online classrooms. - Mark
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    I found these suggestions for community tools to be very helpful. Some are already being utilized in my classroom (google docs), but others would be a great addition!
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    Using Web 2.0 and the tools presented can be implemented into the classroom. Students and teachers will share technology in the workings of educational learning. These rules from Web 2.0 will become very useful when using lectures, worksheets, and online educational goals. 
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    " Google Docs http://docs.google.com Real-time online collaboration"
efonseca

Wikispaces - Campus - K-12 Education - 0 views

    • Kait Sanford
       
      Could use this as a place to share discussions and create an online community within the classroom. A little more professional than Edmodo so the students don't treat it like Facebook
  • Why reinvent the wheel? Turn successful wikis into templates and share best practices year after year.
  • Determine who sees content and how they use it
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  • collaboration environment
  • Student Portfolios Each student cultivates a unique online space to showcase their best work, and teachers assess performance as it progresses.
  • Project-Based Learning Student groups collaborate on projects that address real-world questions, and share their findings with a real-world audience.
  • Student Assignments Teachers post homework, group work, and classroom goals
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    Seems like a great way to great a class site. Would work for communication and have full access. Not sure what the cost break down would be like for a district in comparison to other online environments.
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    Wikis can enrich the writing classroom by providing fun ways for students to collaborate and learn from each other.
camant

Edmodo | Where Learning Happens | Sign up, Sign In - 4 views

    • Kait Sanford
       
      Edmoto is a great way to introduce students to online communities. It models Facebook, which could be dangerous if teachers are trying to create learning community and not just a social community. However, it is a great stepping stone into what online courses involve.
    • Rebecca Brink
       
      I agree that it models Facebook quite closely. I saw this as a perk in the light that it was easy for them to grasp how to use.
  • Where learning happens.
  • safely connecting in online classrooms, collaborating on assignments
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  • collaborating on assignments, discovering new resources
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    Edmodo helps your students keep organized with homework, lesson notes, calendars, and teacher help. 
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    "Edmodo helps connect all learners with the people and resources needed to reach their full potential."
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    I tried using this as a Learning Management System (LMS) a few years ago.  I was introduced to it through a Science Technology and Mathematics (STEM) Institute I attended.  I found it to be beneficial in aiding students with personal responsibility, by having information available at all times to access.  I moved away from using it when Google Documents became a feature for all of our students.  It was much easier to share that way.  We know use Haiku Learning that has many similar features but allows for Google Drive being linked.
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    This is great for having class discussions that you want to be private, so that you as the teacher can facilitate the conversation.
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    online outlet for student collaboration
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    Students can take quizzes, share ideas, work on assignments and discover new resources.
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    I would use this community tool for cooperative learning activities. The value of other perspectives from different backgrounds is paramount as students collaborate on a given topic.
Michelle Altenberger

PhotoPeach - Class Premium - 0 views

  • easily create multiple Student accounts
  • Easily organize projects
  • Download unlimited shows in burnable DVD (.iso) Format and High Quality Digital Video (.mpeg) format for sharing online
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  • Upload your own .mp3 music files
  • Create unlimited photo albums, and unlimited photos per album
  • ublish the
  • m as public pages to share with parents and the community.
  • account or slideshows by mistake
  • Avoid students from deleting their own user
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    Another interesting tool that would have multiple uses in Training and Development, adding more pizzaz to courses.
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    Love the idea of adding creativity to presentations and sharing with families/community.  I could see using this to document our activities in the summer school class I will be assisting - Jump Start for incoming freshmen!  
Laura Pearle

Build Your Own Academic Community with Commons in a Box - ProfHacker - The Chronicle of... - 2 views

  • But what if you want a bit more functionality for your classroom? What if you’d like to run a blog, a discussion forum, and a wiki for your students to use? Or what if that community that you want to reach out to is much, much larger than a classroom? In that case, I’d recommend you check out Commons in a Box (CBOX).
Lisa Woodruff

ThinkQuest : Projects - 0 views

  • Why Integrate into the Classroom? Projects provide a flexible framework for engaging students in exploring curricular topics and developing important 21st century skills, such as communication, teamwork, and technology skills. In addition, students are motivated by the fun and creative format and the opportunity to make new friends around the world.
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    Great for science projects! Allows students to interact with other students world wide. Environment projects, data collection of all types, discussion of social issues, possibilities seem endless!
Dennis OConnor

How Did Howard Rheingold Get So "Net Smart": An Interview (Part One) - 4 views

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    "Your progression from work on virtual communities to smart mobs to digital literacies says something about the evolution of digital culture over the past few decades. What has led you right now to focus so much on giving everyday people the skills they need to more meaningfully participate in the new media landscape?"
Mary Ann Saurino

Google Custom Search - Service Learning in Community College Teaching - 5 views

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    This is the custom search engine I created for the E-learning for Educators Module 6 assignment.
vitales2

Considerations when using online questioning and discussion | Penn State Learning Desig... - 8 views

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    " Establish teams and allow students to work together to post a final revised response. This results in fewer messages for you to read. Consider size and number of teams. Try to have no more than seven students on a team. Create clear guidelines for collaborating online and working in teams. "
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    I have found that I initially have to make my groups very large due to the large amount of students who were thrown into the class and have no desire to succeed. Furthermore, I'll change groupings to ensure that one student isn't doing all the work for a group.
Mary Ann Saurino

Essay on flawed interpretations of research on remedial education | Inside Higher Ed - 0 views

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    This is Boylan and Goudas' most recent contribution to the debate about how to best meet the needs of students with high school diplomas but without college-level skills in 2- and4-year colleges.  Several links within the text take readers to additional resources which may be of interest.
Mary Ann Saurino

http://www.insidehighered.com/sites/default/server_files/files/CCA%20Remediation%20ES%2... - 0 views

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    This recent publication is a strong statement demanding the dismantling of developmental education as currently provided by 2 and 4-year institutions of higher education.  The facts are sobering: most students who enter college and have to take "developmental" (or pre-college level classes in reading, writing and/or math) never complete either the remedial sequence or a certificate or degree. However, the recommendation, that developmental education be set aside and replaced with a completely different model is controversial, too.  I'm posting another text that presents the National Center for Developmental Education (NCDE) response to this text.
Julie Council

Interface: The Journal for Education, Community, and Values - 0 views

  • 1. Instructors participating in online teaching must possess a wide scope of knowledge and varied and appropriate credentials. This knowledge can include life experience as well as "book smarts," and should be applied as often as possible to assist and help students within the class.
  • 2. The instructor must be careful when exhibiting emotions and needs to remain open while showing that he or she cares. Furthermore, the instructor needs to remain flexible to students' issues and concerns and should always be as sincere as possible when dealing with students.
  • 3. In order to become a successful online teacher, develop your writing skill
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  • 4. If one is going to teach online, one must feel that online teaching is equivalent to teaching on the ground.
  • 5. Instructors must demonstrate how critical thinking initiates learning.
  • 6. Stick to teaching subjects one knows.
  • 7. One should get familiar with how to teach online before attempting to do so.
Meredith Smith

Facebook - 1 views

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    Facebook pages and/or Facebook groups can be used interactively by people. They can be used for calendars, events, pictures, discussions, links, and there are other possibilities.
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    If you use Facebook, be sure to like our E-Learning and Online Teaching page at: http://facebook.com/onlineteaching ! Daily updates on E-Learning Issues. Job leads too! ~ Dennis
Jennifer Fyllingness

WizIQ Blog: Using WiZiQ - 0 views

  • The Des Moines Area Community Colleges to start using the WizIQ Virtual Classroom this fall
  • Community colleges are at the forefront of continuing and higher education and are absolutely key to expanding cost effective access to skills and knowledge nationwide.
  • the communities they serve reach into very rural areas with long travel times to campus, making effective distance education much more important.
Diane Neary

Online Discussions Part 2 - The Art of Asking Questions - YouTube - 2 views

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    Today I've learned that there are quite a few videos available for those of us who are learning more about online teaching.
Christa Drennan

Social Inclusion and the Arts - 1 views

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    My CSE - Social Inclusion and the Arts - Christa
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