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Rosanne Ragnacci

Top 50 iPhone Apps for Educators - 1 views

  • This app will calculate the time between months, days, and more, so you'll know exactly when assignments are due. You can also start a countdown to remind your students how much time they have left.
  • Ifbyphone: You can use this app to collaborate with a number of students at one time.
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    This article provides apps for organization, utilities, communication, media, teaching tools and references.
Rosanne Ragnacci

Implementing Best Practices in Online Learning (EDUCAUSE Quarterly) | EDUCAUSE - 0 views

  • The primary motivation is a desire to increase service to students in a way consistent with their needs and the mission of the institution.
  • the involvement of key leaders in prioritizing where to focus online learning development activities was critical and highly correlated with perceived success in these institutions
  • Putting a full program online, when done correctly and focused on student learning, involves teamwork within the academic department and among several units of the institution
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  • a quality online learning experience still has much more to do with the faculty member teaching the course than anything else. It’s still the teaching, not the technology.
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    The study identifies causes for success or lack of success for higher education online programs
Rosanne Ragnacci

Simple tools for digital classroom | November Learning - 0 views

  • Find a couple of tech-savvy kids in each of your classes to help
  • Don’t be afraid to fail.
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    This site presents a few guidelines for using technology in the classroom, student bloging and teacher resources.
Rosanne Ragnacci

Desire2Blog: New Netiquette Guidelines for LSC Online - 0 views

  • Check your writing for errors by reviewing what you’ve written before submitting it.
  • Review all discussion postings before posting your own to prevent redundancy.
  • Understand that we may disagree and that exposure to other people’s opinions is part of the learning experience.
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  • c. Avoid sweeping generalizations. Back up your stated opinions with facts and reliable sources.
  • . Ask classmates for clarification if you find a discussion posting offensive or difficult to understand
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    Lone Star College (LSC) developed alist of netiquette guidelines for the faculty to use when teaching on-line courses.
Rosanne Ragnacci

Improving School Communication with Google | Edutopia - 0 views

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      A good resource.
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    This article provides some hints for using Google to communicate with parents. More importantly, there is a sign-up for a weekly newsletter that is delivered via email. This newsletter covers different topics each week and is a good resource
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