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Eldon Ferguson

PDinEducationalTechnology - Lesson 3 - 0 views

    • Eldon Ferguson
       
      When using Prezi and other Web 2.0 tools, you have the learners presenting the knowledge that they have collected thus far, in the professional development. How might this be adapted into creating UGC?
    • Kirsten Harder
       
      Your site is very easy to navigate through and understand.
    • jehernandez
       
      Eldon,

      One way to adapt it into UGC is to have student publish their works and have students provide feedback...What do you think?
    • jehernandez
       
      Thanks, Kirsten :)
Sarah Gagliardi

PDinEducationalTechnology - home - 0 views

    • Sarah Gagliardi
       
      Your integration of the mindmap through SpicyNode and Twitter on your front page are great beginning points
    • Sarah Gagliardi
    • Eldon Ferguson
       
      I agree with the effective use of SpicyNode to introduce participants to the professional development. Inside of the SpicyNode presentation, a link to the homepage does not allow access without permission, something I'm sure the participants will have no trouble with.
    • Kirsten Harder
       
      I really liked your usage of SpicyNode and the mind map to give it a nice visual.
    • jehernandez
       
      Sarah,

      I noticed in your peer review that elements were missing (e.g. syllabus). If the course would be active, such components will be included. My goal was to address the objectives of the Unit, which was to address ONLE and connectivism. Writing a syllabus would have just been too time consuming.
    • jehernandez
       
      Eldon,

      Not sure what you mean about permission to access the link to the homepage. There is no need to have a Spicynode account to access it, if that is what is the issue.
    • jehernandez
       
      Thanks, Kirsten.

      I figured that the usage of SpicyNode would alleviate the stress that one feels when first starting an online course, especially when looking at ONLE and the open structure of such.
Eldon Ferguson

PDinEducationalTechnology - Lesson 6 - 0 views

    • Eldon Ferguson
       
      What evaluation tools will your participants use? What evalutation tools will you use to evaluate your participants?
    • jehernandez
       
      Eldon,

      You'll notice that there is no content in lesson 6. The culminating project for the course is for learners to create a plan of action for professional development efforts at their school site and that would be submitted in the Project Tab as explained I believe in the Spicynode section of assignments.

      Within each lesson, there are assignments. Typically, assignments are shared via Google Docs. Discussion Board serves as another way to see participation and assess what the students are learning...
Eldon Ferguson

PDinEducationalTechnology - Lesson 1 - 0 views

    • Sarah Gagliardi
       
      How are the discussions and assignments being evaluated?
    • jehernandez
       
      Sarah,

      There is a project tab on the wikispace course. It is the intent that most of the work be submitted in the area. Perhaps, it was not clear in my directions.
Eldon Ferguson

PDinEducationalTechnology - Orientation - 0 views

    • Sarah Gagliardi
       
      layout is consistant and easy to follow. Content is also relevant to the topic and audence.
      Nice work!
    • jehernandez
       
      Thanks, Sarah. My goal was that: to make it easy to follow while still provident relevant content :)
    • Get acquainted (Self-Introductions)
  • Use Voicethread
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    • Eldon Ferguson
       
      Voicethread is a great tool for introductions, allowing participants to get their feet wet with Web 2.0. Why did you choose to go with a class thread rather than having students create their own? Will there be room to respond to the other introductions on the class thread?
    • jehernandez
       
      Eldon,

      That's a good question. I'm guessing there is no limit as to how many people can add their self-intro but I'm sure at some point it may get cluttered.

      The reason I had class thread for the self-introductions rather than students create their own is I wanted on centralized locations with "nodes" of self-introductions as a way to mirror connectivist learning.
Michael Wolfe

Lesson 3: Classroom Units - The Hulet Helper - 1 views

  • Assessment
    • Michael Wolfe
       
      What other elements of assessment might you include?  Consider aligning the assessment to technology or content specific standards.
Michael Wolfe

Lesson 2: Web 2.0 Presentations - The Hulet Helper - 0 views

  • Community-to-Community
    • Michael Wolfe
       
      How can you create a database for these presentations as resources for future use?  Could you create a Delicious tag structure for it?  
Michael Wolfe

Lesson 1: Creating PLEs - The Hulet Helper - 0 views

  • Create iGoogle, Delicious, Twitter, and Diigo  account
    • Michael Wolfe
       
      Could you provide some links or resources for these tools?  Perhaps a tutorial link to adding these features to iGoogle?
Michael Wolfe

Development Objectives - The Hulet Helper - 0 views

    • Ty Coulter
       
      I would suggest separating the rubrics and linking them to the specific assignment they belong with.
    • Michael Wolfe
       
      Very well done Objectives page!  You certainly cover the bases with the rationale for this unit.  
Michael Wolfe

weight-management - Lesson 3 - 0 views

    • Michael Wolfe
       
      Do you think you could provide an article or reading to help support this lesson?  Maybe something discussing the value of food tracking or the risk of "dietary ignorance"?
Michael Wolfe

weight-management - Lesson 2 - 0 views

    • Michael Wolfe
       
      Consider adding a video or article link for this page.   I think adding some detail to frontload this lesson may help student have some buy-in and sense of direction.  Perhaps a clip (pr trailer) from Fast Food Nation or Supers Size Me?
Michael Wolfe

weight-management - Lesson 1 - 0 views

  • inform your classmates about your diet
    • Michael Wolfe
       
      Is this where the students can communicate about their diet plans?  What does this wiki page specifically accomplish?  Are there any requirements for students to comment on each other's diet plan choices?
  • tagged on Delicious using the tags "weight management" and "diets."
    • Michael Wolfe
       
      Will these tags be carried over to future classes?  How might you make the tagging structure more specific to your courses (so they don't get lost among other general tags)?
    • Michael Wolfe
       
      Nice use of Google Docs to streamline the process of assessment.
Michael Wolfe

weight-management - Goals and objectives - 0 views

  • Objectives
    • Michael Wolfe
       
      How are these objectives aligned to state and technology standards?  Are those listed anywhere on the site?
Michael Wolfe

weight-management - home - 0 views

    • Michael Wolfe
       
      I might consider adding some more formatting to this page to make it look a bit more official. The stock photos all have watermark logos on them, so I might find some that look more professional.
Michael Wolfe

Delicious.com - [Network Learning Unit] - 0 views

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    • Michael Wolfe
       
      Awesome page of resources.  Almost a bit overwhelming.  Definitely useful for students looking for some additional help, and also a great support for constructivist learning.
Michael Wolfe

Lesson Three - Training Web Page - 0 views

  • you will be forming a new group
    • Michael Wolfe
       
      How?  What is the process for choosing new group members?  Content area perhaps?
Michael Wolfe

Training Web Page - 0 views

  • Welcome to NLE and Web 2.0!
    • Michael Wolfe
       
      Your introduction page is great for getting the learners started.  Very impressive!
Michael Wolfe

Getting Started - Training Web Page - 0 views

  • Create a delicious account in order to bookmark your favorite sites online as well as sharing them with others.
    • Michael Wolfe
       
      Will this include sharing of resources beyond this particular classroom?  What kind of tagging structure will be used?
Michael Wolfe

Lesson One - Training Web Page - 0 views

  • Create a group wiki site using Google Sites
    • Michael Wolfe
       
      Is there a specific rubric for this?  What specific information will go on these wikis?  
  • write a one paragraph describing the tools your group chose to review
    • Michael Wolfe
       
      Consider adding some other criteria such as uses (networking, collaborating, etc.), features, shortcomings, and so on.
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