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Mathieu Plourde

Canvas-Friendly Javascripts - Teaching with Canvas - 0 views

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    "Here's the Canvas-Friendly Javascripts Slidedeck for the CanvasLIVE presentation with the video of the session and notes on the slides "
Mathieu Plourde

Learning about Growth Mindset (with images) · OnlineCrsLady · Storify - 0 views

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    "Carol Dweck's "growth mindest" has a lot to offer learners, both in school and out of school. This Storify collects some resources you can use to get started."
Mathieu Plourde

The UnTextbook as a Path to Open Pedagogy | NextThought - 0 views

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    "You need to visit Laura's UnTextbook site to gain a full appreciation for the open content she has compiled for the course (and keeps compiling), and also to understand how it is representative of the future of openness, open content, and open pedagogy. While the UnTextbook certainly saves money for students, its real value is the way it opens the course structure and expands student learning networks."
Mathieu Plourde

Anatomy of an Online Course: Grading - 1 views

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    "I'm pleased to say that there are other faculty at my school who have adopted this same "Declaration" system, and I am always happy when a student remarks in a blog post that they did Declarations in some other class they have taken."
Mathieu Plourde

Anatomy of an Online Course: Table of Contents - 1 views

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    "Online course design strategies from an instructor at the University of Oklahoma."
Mathieu Plourde

Thinking about... Linkiness - 1 views

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    "So, this new platform at my school is all shiny and bright as you can see if you log on and take a look (very shiny and very bright!), but it doesn't look like I will actually be able to use it for anything since I cannot link to anything there, nor can anyone else. It surprises me that faculty would want to pour so much time and energy into content that is inherently self-limiting in this way."
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    This makes me grateful for the opportunities we have at our school.
Mathieu Plourde

On commenting and giving feedback - 2 views

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    "Every semester, quite a few students will remark in the end-of-semester course evaluations that they wish they had gotten more specific, detailed feedback about their projects. Some students also remark that they found it really hard to give feedback, since they just weren't used to giving feedback to other students about their work. So, I've prepared this page to try to give you some examples to look at, helping you to see the MANY ways it is possible to engage with someone else's writing. The key is DETAIL, very very very specific details, rather than general comments like "good work" or "I really liked your stories." The more detailed and specific you can be in your feedback, the more useful it will be for the other person. Here are some examples of Storybook comments from last semester that contain very specific details and vivid, personal observations. Take a look and see what you think!"
Mathieu Plourde

Range of Public and Private in My Courses - 0 views

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    " I thought I would outline that range of public and private interactions in my classes, starting with the very most public and then progressing step by step to the most private: email. Although I have made a lot of changes to the content and procedures and technology in my courses over the past ten years, I have really not changed this balance of public and private - somehow or other, I blundered into a configuration of public and private that worked perfectly for me right from the start of my online teaching career."
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