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Contents contributed and discussions participated by Patricia Priske

Patricia Priske

TheDOITCenter - YouTube - 3 views

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    A resource to help me comply with Section 508 regarding accessibility requirements and tools to help me design and implement courses (face to face and online).
Patricia Priske

AAEEBL - 1 views

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    The acronym is rather cumbersome: Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning. I've checked out the credentials of a few board members and the organization seems to be a solid one. Two initiatives are of particular interest to me: Badging & learning and Collect curate carry forward.
Patricia Priske

Middle School Number Theory | Scoop.it - 5 views

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    This is my first attempt at curating a topic using Scoop.it. The content primarily addresses number theory for 8th graders and includes links to math-learning games and math standards.
Patricia Priske

Top Learning Management System Software | 2014 Reviews of the Best Systems - 5 views

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      This site provides an overview of the almost 300 Learning Management Systems that are available, along with search filters to narrow down the systems that might meet a specific need.  Reviews might be available.
Patricia Priske

Cheating in the Digital Age: Do students cheat more in online courses?y - 0 views

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      The finding that cheating is no more prevalent in online courses than in live courses was based on a 44 question survey.  
  • While the study showed that cheating in on-line courses is no more rampant than cheating in live classes, one type of academically dishonest behavior does merit discussion for on-line course developers.  The data showed that students were significantly more likely to obtain answers from others during an on-line test or quiz.  This ability to receive answers without the monitoring of a professor, presents problems for the standard lecture-based, test-driven course.  Course developers should take extra precautions with regards to on-line tests or quizzes, either through having a test proctor, changing the type of assessment, or lowering the assessment’s value in relation to other course assignments.
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    The answer is no.  Multiple choice & true-false tests should be avoided.
Patricia Priske

Copy of Social Media Makes Voyeurs of Us All by Rhiannon Boyd on Prezi - 0 views

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    The embedded video posits that 150 is the limit of meaningful relationships for a person, that conversation is distinctly different from online communication and that those who are the most social-network connected are lonelier.
Patricia Priske

Using puzzles to build community - 6 views

web 2.0 blended learning e-learning
started by Patricia Priske on 28 Jun 14 no follow-up yet
Patricia Priske

Math related warm up activity list - 0 views

web 2.0 k-12
started by Patricia Priske on 28 Jun 14 no follow-up yet
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