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Kelly Anne Costello

Gamification in Education (K-12) - 0 views

I've created a ScoopIt site with many interesting articles on gamification in education. Check it out!

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Emotions and Technology - 1 views


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Jack Hanpton

Best eLearning solutions an effective way of delivering training - 0 views

    Red Chip Solutions is an e-Learning service provider company offers eLearning development in India, mobile & game based learning, rapid authoring & other e Learning solutions for more details call us on - 020- 24261176
Jack Hanpton

KnowledgePresenter Online Ebook Management System - 0 views

    Red Chip Solutions - An Ebook Management System ... Especially the feature to share your books online is an added advantage and setting up the knowledgepresenter
Bobby Barr

Online Learning Management System - 0 views

    SkyPrep is cloud based LMS that gives you all the tools you need to create online courses. Add training material and create tests , then track learner progress.
Sheila Morris

Making Online Quizzes with Google Docs - Creating Quizzes | Training & E-Learning Zone ... - 0 views

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  • t is a totally free,
  • rocessor, spreadsheet, presentation, and form application
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  • is also a fantastically useful way to create online quizzes for assessment. Here I will discuss the details
    Since Google is a free site, I would recommend this site for creating quizzes. The only difficulty may be if your classroom has limited access to computers or set times in the computer lab and then having online quizzes may be difficult to implement.
    tutorial using google documents that are free and will engage young learners
Peggy Holtman

EdVibes - 2 views

    A blog on elearning. This bookmark goes to a May 31, 2011 blog, "Online Student Tips" that seems like very good advice!
julie steiner

The eLearning Guild Releases 2011 Global e-Learning Salary & Compensation Report by Bil... - 2 views

  • The eLearning Guild has released the landmark 2011 Global e-Learning Salary & Compensation Report. Data obtained from Guild members shows that e-Learning salaries worldwide grew 2.0% this past year, with an overall average global e-Learning salary of USD $76,852 (Figure 1). The average e-Learning salary in the U.S. rose by 0.8% to USD $79,890.
    This article highlights job descriptions and opportunities for those attaining an Instructional Design certificate.

Introduction to Crafting Questions for On-line Discussions | Penn State Learning Design... - 13 views

  • ou can investigate how to use questions to achieve specific learning outcomes, guide the discussion process, and provide meaningful feedback to your students.
    • Dennis OConnor
      It's important to read through all the hyper-links in this document.  Most will apply directly to building the facilitation and questioning skills needed to be successful online. 
    • anonymous
      Great source for online questioning strategies!
  • Would you like to enhance the critical thinking level of your students?
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  • Introduction to Crafting Questions for On-line Discussions
    Practical ideas for crafting questions for online discussions depending on the desired learning outcome.
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    This resource is used during week 3 of E-Learning for Educators as a guide to creating discussion prompts.
    Prezi now has an app for the iPad. It's currently a viewer.
    The Penn State Learning Design Community Hub has done a superb job of providing educators with the necessary background information and examples of effective questions which serve as a point of reference and springboard for implementation in the instructional strategies of online classrooms.
Jenifer Melton

27 Videos about Teaching Online - 0 views

    Fantastic resource for people who currently teach or who plan to teach online. Videos provide a comprehensive understanding of E-learning and teaching online.
Janet R

Thoughts on Teaching: A few strategies for setting the right tone for online discussions - 1 views

    Fun icebreaker ideas for initial discussion board forums in a course.
Rick Patterson

Managing "Difficult" Students In the Online Classroom - 0 views

    Great intoductionm to disruptive students in the online environment.
    This may have been shared some time ago, for those who want a refresher, enjoy
Linda French

11 Tips for Setting the Tone in Your Online Course - Faculty Focus | Faculty Focus - 2 views

  • The cliché that you only get one chance to make a first impression is especially true when you teach online. Each item you post—email, discussion message, announcement, etc.—must be created with much thought, and none is more important than the first post to your clas
  • Consider your audience.
  • Be sure to include the “uglies.
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  • Your first few lines should be inviting, warm, caring.
  • Welcome and encourage your students’ suggestions and involvement.
  • Address why the course is important beyond a grade or degree requirement.
  • Offer tips on how to do well in the course.
  • Choose your words carefully.
  • Make use of color, bolding, italics, etc.
  • Always end on a positive, upbeat note.
  • Before you post, read it one more time.
    Great and esay tips for setting positive tone in discussions.
    This gives a nice, basic overview for the very beginnings of a course. I see this as "gentle reminders" to the online instructor.
    These tips describe how to set the tone for online instruction. Following these tips can lead to initial and ongoing success as an online instructor.
Dennis OConnor

JOLT - Journal of Online Learning and Teaching - 5 views

  • The problem of dropout rates in eLearning programmes has been argued over at length without any consistent conclusions about the degree of the problem, or a clear understanding of what factors contribute to learners dropping out, withdrawing or not completing eLearning courses.
    Early Attrition among First Time eLearners:
Andy LeGoullon

WizIQ | Making Online Teaching & Learning Easier and Affordable - 3 views

  • Integrate WizIQ WizIQ is highly extensible and easily integrates with your existing system using our APIs: a website, Moodle, a favorite LMS, or a content management system.
  • Creating a successful course for online education is similar to working in the traditional realm, and yet in many ways, completely different.
    This is a collaboration and sharing site full of free online resources, classes, and lectures. Teachers can post and students can view lectures or classes on various topic around the world.
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    WiZiQ is an education platform with a Web-based, online virtual classroom conferencing system, and Web 2.0 tools for collaboration.
    This seems to be a great site for many instructors. It alows instrustors to discuss different areas of teaching. I am an Automotive instructor at a technical college, and like most other web 2.0 sites there is not a lot of Automotive related content here. I think this might be a great place to start??
    Making online teaching and learning easier for everyone Over 150,000 teachers and 2 million learners are using WizIQ
    Wiziq allows your to connect with your students in realtime via a whiteboard, audio, video, or chat
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