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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.
    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.
    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.
    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
    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.
    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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