Example 3: Online Classroom Attendance and Participation Rubric - ELC Support Hi Class, I want to make sure everyone is clear about the difference between logging on, attendance, and participation. Don't worry, I know week one has a steep learning curve - I take this into account for week one participation. Logging On American Experience . Technology . The Telephone . Gallery The Film & More | Special Features | Timeline | Gallery | People & Events | Teacher's Guide Mondays 9/8 C On PBS
Using Online Discussion Boards to Enhance Learning in Your Class screenshot of sample GoPost discussion board If you are an instructor wanting to engage your students using an online discussion board (GoPost if you’re using Catalyst Tools), you may have questions about benefits and best practices. The benefits of using an online discussion board for your class are numerous.
The Evolution of Cell Phone Design Between 1983-2009 Cell phones have evolved immensely since 1983, both in design and function. From the Motorola DynaTAC, that power symbol that Michael Douglas wielded so forcefully in the movie “Wall Street”, to the iPhone 3G, which can take a picture, play a video, or run one of the thousands applications available from the Apple Store. There are thousands of models of cell phones that have hit the streets between 1983 and now. We’ve picked a few of the more popular and unusual ones to take you through the history of this device that most of us consider a part of our everyday lives. We have tried, wherever possible, to include the most popular phones and the phones that were “firsts” for a particular feature, but may have missed out on your favorite phones due to the sheer number of models that are out there. We invite you to post your faves in the comments section if they are not listed here.
Windows 10: Release Date, News, Features, and More Snap Fill and Snap Assist A bit of Windows 7 and 8 making a return and getting some revamping in Windows 10 is the Snap feature. Dragging an application to one side of the screen will “snap” the app in place, resizing it to utilize screen real estate. The rest of the screen can then be filled by other applications, occupying the remaining space available to maximize the screen. Up to four apps can be snapped on screen at a time, a welcome increase for power users and multi-taskers, especially those disappointed by the way apps took up the whole screen in Windows 8.
Online Learning 2012: Six Issues That Refuse to Die By Jim Shimabukuro Editor As we teeter on the brink of the new year, we’re left with more questions than answers. In a way, that’s a good thing, considering the makeshift nature of technology in higher education. As we sidle into 2012, the same old questions will greet us. ePortfolio Showcase We're collecting and sharing eportfolios as a resource so you can see what other people are doing about not just talking the talk but also walking and walk and working on their own eportoflios. You'll see a variety of eportfolios below from single-purpose to in-process, to showcase, to course eportfolios. Some people have more than one eportfolio.Thank-you to those who sent links to their eportfolios for sharing. If you are willing to share your eportfolio, please send email to Judy Batson with a brief note about what kind of eportfolio you're sharing and why you developed one. We will keep adding to this showcase as new examples arrive.
Abstract HD Desktop Wallpapers for Widescreen, High Definition, Mobile WallpapersWide.com Your display featuresAspect Ratio: StandardResolution: 1600 x 1200 Categories “YouTube for MOOCs” reinvents how online learners watch videos What 7 million clicks tell us about how to fix online educationA "YouTube for MOOCs," LectureScape re-invents the video-watching experience The rise of online education and massively open online courses (MOOCs) have prompted much naysaying on their effectiveness, with detractors citing single-digit completion rates and short-lived pilot programs. Amidst all the arguments about “flipped classrooms” and “hybrid learning,” however, few people have actually analyzed what makes MOOCs work (or fail): the content.
What 6.9 million clicks tell us about how to fix online education The rise of online education and massively open online courses (MOOCs) have prompted much naysaying on their effectiveness, with detractors citing single-digit completion rates and short-lived pilot programs. Amidst all the arguments about “flipped classrooms” and “hybrid learning,” however, few people have actually analyzed what makes MOOCs work (or fail): the content. Online learners spend most of their time watching videos — but are the videos any good? This year edX, the online learning platform co-run by MIT and Harvard University, gave researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) data on the second-by-second viewing habits of more than 100,000 learners perusing more than 6.9 million video sessions.