The 30 Goals Challenge for Teachers: Small Steps to Transform Your Teaching: Shelly Sanchez Terrell: 9780415735346: Amazon.com: Books. Learning to Go: Lesson Ideas for Teaching with Mobile Devices, Cell Phones, and BYOT. Every day, people around the world communicate, connect, and learn digitally on the go.
Our students spend hours with their devices and digital tools. Imagine if some of that time was spent learning your content. Imagine your students learning by creating, playing, translating, editing, curating, researching, and brainstorming digitally on cell phones, mobile devices, laptops, tablets, iPads, Chromebooks, and consoles. Learning to Go is a collection of lesson plans, resources, handouts, and tips for teachers wishing to incorporate mobile devices, cell phones or BYOT (Bring Your Own Technology) into their teaching. Designing Virtual Learning Environments that Engage Students. Byte Sized Potential Lectora 2015. Eportfolios for Meaningful Student Learning.
Digital Notetaking to Ignite Their Minds. Building Personal / Passionate Learning Networks for Teachers. Teacher Zen with Google Tools and Apps. So You Want to Teach Online? How to use Rubrics. Rubrics are a way to assess work using criteria.
The assessor sets up a series of statements that reflect the different levels of criteria fulfilment and then assesses the work using a rubric grid. From version 2.2 moodle supports rubric grading. This requires several steps, explained below. This guide uses Assignment for the rubric grading example. 1. How to Develop a Sense of Presence in Online and F2F Courses with Social Media. Social presence is a significant predictor of course retention and final grade in the college online environment.
Two effective interventions are recommended: establishing integrated social and learning communities;… (Liu, Gomez & Len, 2009) Presence is considered a central concept in online learning. ‘Presence’ in the online course is understood as the ability of people “to project their personal characteristics into the community, thereby presenting themselves to other participants as ‘real people’”. (Garrison, Anderson, & Archer, 2000, p. 89). One way of examining ‘presence’ online is through the Community of Inquiry (CoI) framework, a frequently referenced model that outlines three interdependent dimensions of presence: social, teaching and cognitive. CoI–is breaking through the social barriers that exist because of the transactional distance between students and instructors (Moore, 1993)….
Examples of how Twitter is used: 4) Instagram Closing Technology is shaping culture. Action mapping: Design lively elearning and training. Mestreacasa.gva.es/c/document_library/get_file?folderId=500003656275&name=DLFE-229326.pdf. Introducing Classroom for Google Apps for Education. Online Teaching Tips by Nicky Hockly. Teaching Online: The key ingredients. Friday, 8 October 2010 - 10am GMT RECORDING: In this highly practical webinar we look at online language teaching.
We consider tools and techniques, and share tips from our own online teaching experience. We will also look specifically at two key ingredients often sadly missing from the online learning scenario: interaction and communication. We will share some activities that incorporate both these ingredients and discuss how these can help your students learn English more effectively online. Bio Lindsay co-wrote the book Dealing with Difficulties with Luke Prodromou (Delta Publishing) and is the series editor for the Delta Teacher Development Series. Publications.
I have written extensively about English Language Teaching and technology: Going Mobile: Teaching with hand-held devices Delta Publishing, 2014 (with Gavin Dudeney) [download a free sample] This ground-breaking publication is the first published book on mobile and handheld learning in ELT.
Starting with a history of mlearning and moving through a rationale and a set of practical case studies from around the world, the book will provide you with a set of sample activities to try out with your classes, and also help you envisage, develop and implement your own mLearning plan in your institution or organisation. Firmly grounded in the practical, this is one book you will want to read if you’re looking at mobile devices or tablets in teaching or training. See more of my articles, interviews and presentations here. You can also download many of my articles from Academia (reproduced with permission). Interview by the British Council on mobile learning. Top 5 Ways to Use Mind Maps for E-Learning. Are you interested in improving your eLearning?
These 5 techniques will help you leverage the power of Mind Maps and encourage you to utilize online Mind Maps in particular. Follow these tips to transform your eLearning using online Mind Maps. Mind Maps are increasingly used as a tool to improve eLearning, understanding and memory through the visual representation of information. Resources for online facilitators. So You Want to Teach Online? – Tips & Resources. E-moderation station. Daphne Koller: What we're learning from online education. Tips for Teaching Online by Nicky Hockly. About us Courses & workshops Consultancy services Clients & publications Tools & webquests Blog > Our Blog Our Blog.
New LMS Evaluation: A 9 Step Guide. MOOC completion rates. College online courses are costly, result in high drop-out rate, report says. Published By Times Herald.
A New Use for MOOCs: Real-World Problem Solving - Zafrin Nurmohamed, Nabeel Gillani, and Michael Lenox. By Zafrin Nurmohamed, Nabeel Gillani, and Michael Lenox | 9:00 AM July 4, 2013 There’s been no shortage of media coverage on Massively Open Online Courses (MOOCs) in the past year.
Universities have touted the value of free on-line courses offered to millions of learners from all walks of life. Some MOOC critics have argued that the “MOOC revolution” has been characterized by the Gartner Hype Cycle and that 2012, the Year of the MOOC, has given way to a new trough of disillusionment. COFA Online Gateway. Contact Us Home LTTO Episodes.
Multimedia Learning Resources - Educaplay. Four Videos on Instructional Design. CSU Resources Here are some resources you may find helpful from the workshop. 5 Creative Ideas for using Break-Out Rooms. 65 Flares Twitter 7 Facebook 46 Google+ 5 LinkedIn 7 inShare7 65 Flares × Break Out of conformity, Unleash your Creativity, The walls are gone, Story-telling lives on!! 7 Ways to Create an Engaging Online Science Course « Online Science Educator.
1.Introduce yourself and your course │ A creative and engaging way for your students to get to know you better is through an introduction video. Include background information about your experiences and interests along with a review of the syllabus. Syllabi are students’ first impression of a course and the instructor. ShortTakes. RealtimeBoard. Tips to Curb Online Cheating « Online Science Educator. As the popularity of distance learning grows, there is a perception that cheating is more difficult to monitor than ever before. In the 2008 study, Cheating in the Digital Age: Do Students Cheat More in Online Courses? , students admitted they were nearly four-times more likely to cheat in online courses than live classes. 4 Principals Of Digital Literacy. Literacy Literacy is the ability to make sense of something, often generalized as the ability to read and write.
In many ways, reading is reading, media is media, but in the same way a play places unique comprehension demands on a reader compared to a poem or a letter, so do digital media compared to classic media forms. In the 21st century, new literacies are emerging and digital media forms allow communication to be more nuanced than ever before. Digital Literacy. 10 Steps to Developing an Online Course: Walter Sinnott-Armstrong.
Building a Virtual Tour of Online Communities. Free Virtual Classroom Software: iiMeeting.com! Stephen's Web. 6 Favorite Teaching Online Activities by Lindsay Clandfield. Our E-Moderation Course is coming up November 15th and will be taught by the international author and speaker, Lindsay Clandfield. Nicky Hockly's six favourite teaching online activities. Lang-8 - Multi-lingual language learning and language exchange. Social Networking Language Education Websites: Livemocha, Busuu, Babbel, Myngle, Italki.Com, Lang-8, Edufire by LLC Books (Creator) Social media for schools: a guide to Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.
• For advice on e-safety in schools, click here The use of social media in education continues to be something of a hot topic with arguments both for and against. So I carried out a small survey of 27 teaching professionals in order to create a baseline of understanding into the use (or not) of social networking in schools, and also any concerns over some of the e-safety risks. The full survey results can be found here. Mobile video conferencing, video conferencing on mobile. The Adobe USA site has been optimized for users within the United States. If you live outside the U.S., we recommend that you visit your local site for the most relevant information, including pricing, promotions, and local events.
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The experience has been pretty daunting with myself and the students having to come to terms with the complexities of the user interface and I have felt at times that my fifteen years of 'real world' classroom experience and the subconscious habits and reflexes that I developed over that period have totally deserted me. The introduction of voice within SL has certainly made a huge difference, though there are still problems and bugs to be ironed out. Though to my surprise I did find myself drilling a group of advanced learners to help them with their word stress, something I rarely do in the 'real' language classroom.