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Serap Sarıkaya

Online Communities of Practice for Educators - 1 views

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    This sharing provides you guidelines for planning and implementation of online communities of practice. You can find detailed information about dimensions of online CoP including the following: * Collective identity and clear purpose * Leadership and effective moderation * Opportunities for sharing knowledge, expertise, and experiences * Governance structure and guidelines for participation * Community sociability and usability * Measuring success
Ceren Korkmaz

TESOL International Association - 0 views

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    Similar to IATEFL, TESOL is one of the biggest online communities for English Language Teachers, of which I am also a member. The interest sections let you get updates or questions from your peers all over the world on the subjects you are most interested in (e.g. Materials writing, Intercultural Competence, LGBTI issues, Research, Pronunciation..)
haticekiz

edWeb: A professional online community for educators - 3 views

shared by haticekiz on 30 Mar 16 - No Cached
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    Edweb is another example of online communities of practice for educators.
Ceren Korkmaz

A Brief History of Online Learning [Infographic] - 5 views

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    To me, the most interesting thing in this infographic is that distance learning is not recent at all, and it actually dates as back as 1700s through correspondence. As you walk through the history of online learning on the left column, the right column will inform you about some other fun facts that happened at the very same year.
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    Dear friends, I liked this infographic because it is followable to see the development of online learning, year by year
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    I think a striking point in this infographic seems to be that the developments in the last decade seems to be quicker and more extensive than ever. There are only 12-year distance (2002-2014) between when OpenCourseWare started and 98 % of the universities started online programs. It is also seen that online courses are regarded as highly as face-to-face courses for most people of business and academy which might put the existence of today's pyhsical schools into risk. When we consider that online courses and learning tools are not that common in Turkey, it seems we are left behind that new distant learning paradigm in the world.
Merve Kiymaz

iterating toward openness - 0 views

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    David Wiley's, one of the pioneers in the field of open education, blog is here. You can find many beneficial sources and reflections prepared by him concerning open education.
Merve Kiymaz

Learning English with Englishbaby - 0 views

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    This online social networking platform created by UC Irvine on which you can learn English free, use free online English lessons, chat, and find friends and penpals. Along with Livemocha, I strongly recommend this website to my students to interact with native speakers of English.
Özlem Tantu

The Essentials of Supporting an Online Learning Community - 0 views

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    I loved how the guidelines are given as ingredients using the 'cooking' metaphor for 'supporting learning community'
Hatice Çilsalar

TPACK Resources - 1 views

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    You ccan find valuableTPACK resources in this wesite..
Murat Kol

Education Week: High School Debating Takes a Digital Turn - 2 views

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    A new way to debate! They may find more evidence about their claim of course if this is not considered as cheating. :)
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    Murat, this is interesting. I plan to conduct similar experiment in my class using Twitter for debating. There are some examples out there!
Deniz Hunuk

The Future of Education - Charting the Course of Teaching and Learning in a Networked W... - 2 views

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    Deniz. Thanks for sharing. I am also the member of http://www.classroom20.com/ which is created by Steve Hargadon as well.
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