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I Flipped statistics using computers - 6 views

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Response to Class Project Over 100 BUT - 5 views

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Class Project - 4 views

started by Walter Antoniotti on 12 Aug 16 no follow-up yet
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Tips for Creating Instructional Videos | Instructional Development Center Blog - 5 views

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    Guidelines for making instructional videos
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Edudemic search results for "digital citizenship" - 4 views

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    20 hits on original or revised articles
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Summative Assessment In eLearning: What eLearning Professionals Should Know - eLearning... - 10 views

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    This post identifies five types of summative assessment applicable to online learning environments, and offers four tips for making summative assessments.
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Essential Conditions (ISTE, 2015) - 12 views

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    "The ISTE Essential Conditions are the 14 critical elements necessary to effectively leverage technology for learning" (Essential conditions, ¶1, 2015.03.12).
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Blogging as Pedagogy: Facilitate Learning | Langwitches Blog - 11 views

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    In this post, Tolisano stipulated, "Blogging should not be an add-on, not an isolated project, but should be seen as PEDAGOGY" (¶1, emphasis in original). She lauded blogging for its affordances facilitating learning through reading, writing, reflecting, and sharing.
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10 Reasons Why I Want My Students to Blog - Getting Smart by Susan Lucille Davis - DigL... - 20 views

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    "First of all, blogging is writing, 21st-century style, plain and simple. Blogging constitutes a massive genre.  It comes in many forms, addresses myriad topics, and can certainly range in quality. For my money (which usually means free), blogging provides the best venue for teaching student writing. As bloggers, young people develop crucial skills with language, tone their critical thinking muscles, and come to understand their relationship to the world" (¶1, 2014.03.11).
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    "First of all, blogging is writing, 21st-century style, plain and simple. Blogging constitutes a massive genre.  It comes in many forms, addresses myriad topics, and can certainly range in quality. For my money (which usually means free), blogging provides the best venue for teaching student writing. As bloggers, young people develop crucial skills with language, tone their critical thinking muscles, and come to understand their relationship to the world" (¶1, 2014.03.11).
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WebQuest Direct - Ecocide is a Crime - 6 views

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    "In the context of this WebQuest, you will have the opportunity to learn about Ecocide as a concept, of its history, and you will have the opportunity to reflect on what is happening to our Planet and how it affects life as we know it (plants, animals, and humans)" (Home, para 2).
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FAQs-III: Groupwork in distance learning (Felder & Brent, 2001) - 3 views

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    "Even in traditional classes students may do little or no work but get the same grade as their more industrious colleagues, and serious conflicts may arise between teammates with varying levels of ability and senses of responsibility. The problems may be even worse when groups are virtual and don't have the self-regulating capability provided by face-to-face meetings. It is therefore particularly important in distance classes to adhere to the defining principles of cooperative learning, especially positive interdependence (if anyone fails to do his or her part everyone loses in some way), individual accountability (all team members are held accountable for all the material in the assignment), and regular self-assessment of team functioning."
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K-W-L Creator - ReadWriteThink - 25 views

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    link to app for students to make their own 'Know' - 'Want' to know, and have 'Learnt' file.
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Word Clouds: 125 Ways… And Counting… To Use Wordle In The Classroom | 21 st C... - 19 views

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    Wordles are great fun. Here is a list of very creative ways to use them in the classroom.
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CALL4ALL.us World CALL Language Links Library - 4 views

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    "Call4All.us provides links and information related to language learning" (quick Site Overview).
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SERP | Word Generation - 4 views

  • The Word Generation program focuses on academic vocabulary, i.e., words that students are likely to encounter in textbooks and on tests, but not in spoken language. Interpret, prohibit, vary, function, and hypothesis are examples. Academic vocabulary includes (a) words that refer to thinking and communicating, like infer and deny, and (b) words that are common across subjects, but hold different meaning depending on the subject, like element and factor. Both types of academic vocabulary are likely to cause problems with comprehension unless students have been taught how to deal with them.
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    "Word Generation is a research-based vocabulary program for middle school students designed to teach words through language arts, math, science, and social studies classes. The program employs several strategies to ensure that students learn words in a variety of contexts."
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TEFL Glossary - EFL CLASSROOM 2.0 - 10 views

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    Extensive glossary of basic Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) terms, including acronyms and grammatical terminology
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David Kapuler's Bucket List of Online Education Resources - 21 views

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    great list of tools and apps
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