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Paul Beaufait

A Blended Learning Workflow | Hot Lunch Tray - 2 views

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    Great ways to commence or continue envisioning blended learning environments
Paul Beaufait

A-Conscious-Craft-An-Approach-to-Teaching-Collaborative-Computer-mediated-Composition -... - 2 views

  • Students’ interactions with peers throughout the collaborative composing process influence their writing practices on the micro-level in relation to patterns of word choice, as well as simultaneously enhancing the macro-level issues of meaning, tone, and structure
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      Reflection and Limitations of the Approach, ¶1
  • in a sense, the peer review process is embedded within the structure of collaborative composition on a shared document, as edits as well as oral and written meta-commentary occur and recur throughout the lifespan of a Doc
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      This approach to collaborative composition assignments manifests baked-in peer review from the get go (Reflection and Limitations of the Approach, ¶1).
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    Ruth Li "presents an innovative approach to the design and integration of collaborative writing projects using the Google Apps for Education online platform (OWI 4). The setting is a traditional, face-to-face high school English classroom in which students write in class simultaneously, each on separate devices, on shared Google Docs. In particular, I offer specific strategies for teaching students to write collaboratively in a variety of creative genres, including plays, poems, narrative essays, and speeches" (Explain broadly..., ¶1).
Paul Beaufait

Tech Integration vs. Blended Learning :: Does it Really Matter? | Hot Lunch Tray - 1 views

  • The very act of transforming lessons after the fact is a hallmark of technology integration
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      More than Efficiency, ¶4
  • In Blended Learning, access to online content is altered in four key ways: time, place, pace, and path
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      The Case for Blended Learning, ¶2
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  • The very act of transforming lessons after the fact is a hallmark of technology integration
  • What ends up being unique is how each teacher blends technology into their instructional design, not adds technology on top of the instructional already designed
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      Yes, and..., ¶2
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    Definitions and distinctions
Paul Beaufait

Making Online Ed Personal | Tomorrow's Professor Postings - 1 views

  • Gentle-Genitty wants her students to experience the full depth and enjoyment of online learning. To that end, she builds a framework inside Canvas that helps students understand the logistics and culture of the online setting
  • Gentle-Genitty prepares her students to be responsible online citizens, including using salutations and closings, avoiding boldface and caps, and writing clear subject lines. These are life lessons that facilitate communication beyond the classroom
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    Gentle-Genitty, Carolyn. (2018.mm.dd). Making online ed personal [weblog post].
Paul Beaufait

Online Course Accessibility to Benefit Everyone | EDUCAUSE - 1 views

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    "With a process in place to ensure you meet specific student needs, you can begin to proactively identify accessibility pain points and come up with a plan for addressing them"
Paul Beaufait

Learn English Directions - 1 views

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    Interactive practice for giving directions
Paul Beaufait

Are you ready for blended learning? | Tony Bates (2016.12.12) - 1 views

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    "I've just come back from visiting two universities in central Canada and I have also been getting feedback from pilot institutions on the questionnaire we are developing for a survey of online learning in Canada. Although I do not want to anticipate the results of the survey, some things are already becoming clear, especially about blended learning" (¶1).
Paul Beaufait

David Autor: Why are there still so many jobs? | TED Talk | TED.com - 1 views

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    Good news for techie teachers: "As our tools improve, technology magnifies our leverage and increases the importance of our expertise and our judgment and our creativity" (interactive transcript, 6:00).
Paul Beaufait

How can I tell if a website is credible? - 1 views

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    This webpage suggests six factors to consider when assessing website credibility, and adds, "If you are unsure whether the site you're using is credible, verify the information you find there with another source you know to be reliable" (retrieved 2016.12.22).
Paul Beaufait

Helpful Hints to Help You Evaluate the Credibility of Web Resources - 1 views

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    "These guidelines are to help you become familiar with various types of Web resources and the reliability of the information" you find among them (¶2, retrieved 2016.12.22).
Paul Beaufait

調整さん - 簡単スケジュール調整、出欠管理ツール - 0 views

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    "カンタン出欠管理、調整ツール。 / 調整さんはURLをメンバーに送るだけで、イベントの出欠確認や日程調整ができる出欠表ツールです。 / ログインなしでもご利用頂けますが…!" (https://chouseisan.com/, 2016.11.18)
Paul Beaufait

Electronic Village Online / Call_for_Proposals_2017 - 3 views

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    Deadline for proposals: September 4,  2016 Moderators' training session October 16 - November 13, 2016 Online sessions from January 8 to February 12, 2017.
Paul Beaufait

Top 6 Open Source Web Conferencing Software Tools For eLearning Professionals - eLearni... - 6 views

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    Pappas proposed six "budget-friendly ... open source web conferencing software tools to consider" (2016.05.27).
Paul Beaufait

Diving In: The Open Waters of Digital Resources and Open Educational Resources (OER) - OLC - 2 views

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    "The question I pose is not how we use digital or OER,  but how we use the combination of both types of resources to provide pedagogically rich, high quality, cost-effective resources for students"
Paul Beaufait

Why Should I Learn More about Social Media? - OLC - 1 views

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    This OLC Institute post suggested three purposes and provided numerous examples of social media implementation and integration that may serve to "support learning in online courses" (2016.05.17, ¶3, ff.), namely: 1. Amplifying the physical and psychological engagement of learners (Engagement using social media); 2. Providing instruction to "enhance learning outcomes" (Instruction involving social media); and 3. Facilitating access to, and increasing availability of academic, career, and other "support services" (Student support using social media). Reference Online Learning Consortium [OLC] Institute for Professional Development. (2016.05.17). Why Should I Learn More about Social Media? [weblog post]. http://onlinelearningconsortium.org/learn-social-media/
Paul Beaufait

Tomorrow's Professor eNewsletter: 1390. Guidelines for Inquiry-Based Project Work - 2 views

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    This TP eNews... post featured an adopted and adapted rubric for group project work, "an inquiry-based project rubric that consists of eight dimensions." (Guidelines for Inquiry-Based Project Work, ¶2, 2015.02.17). Determining the extent and substance of adaptations noted in the excerpt may require both access to the source of the excerpt and the source of the original rubric.
Paul Beaufait

E-Learning Online Educator Resume Keywords Are Critical to Get Results | Candace Alstad... - 0 views

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    "Relevant keywords are what help get your resume past a scanner (if submitting your document online), and to the human eye for further review" (¶2, 2016.01.29 [JST]).
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