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Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
Classroom To Virtual2003 B
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Classroom To Virtual2003 B

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This presentation was used to help faculty see how several Web 2.0 tools could be used to quickly transform a face -to face class into one that is blended, using technology, and one that has more …

This presentation was used to help faculty see how several Web 2.0 tools could be used to quickly transform a face -to face class into one that is blended, using technology, and one that has more learner-centered opportunities.

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  • 2. Lesson 3: Charter Schools and economically disadvantaged children
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  • 10. Objective #2: Upon reading selected articles (homework) that address charter schools, students will work (today) in triads, to identify 10 common teacher characteristics and or school characteristics gleaned from the articles, that can be linked to successfully teaching children of color and those living amidst poverty. (Comprehension level)
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    • In Bb, choose Messages
    • Click on Messages
    • Clicking on To: twice, will allow you to seee and select addressees
    • Complete the subject lines and the message space
    • Add attachment if desired
    • Click Submit at lower right corner
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    • Under Bb Content Areas
    • Choose External Links
    • Click on External link (next to world globe)
    • Go to: http://www.youtube.com/results?search_type=&search_query=charter+school+new+york&aq=f could we do at this point to engage
    • Click on Be A Great Teacher
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    • We could use an audio component here. So let’s go to Bb.
    • Select Communication
    • Select Wimba podcaster
    • Click on Pedagogy Circle
    • Click on charter schools from joanne chesley
    • Learner style preference: Auditory
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    • Again, how will you utilize this learning experience?
    • Is it (the student paper) a discussion starter for the next lesson?
    • Is it designed to further their knowledge?
    • Is it a graded assignment---an assessment?
    • Is it designed to help you see how they are synthesizing information (articles, You tube, websites)?
    • (Synthesis level)
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    • Students and professor would very likely engage in a discussion that is primarily anecdotal. There would be little real evaluation or actual critique, since real teachers would not be there in the classroom for an interview.
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    • You could have them to participate in webcam interviews with 8 teachers in 2 different schools (4 each).
    • The students will not know which is the high performing school and which is the low performing school.
    • The students will have already developed their lines of inquiry.
    • Following the virtual interviews, students will rate the teachers according to their perceptions.
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    • You can create it in Excel so that all students’ data can later be placed in one large spreadsheet and descriptive statistics can be run.
    • How will you grade this activity? What will stand out as ‘learning’?
    • The form can be posted to Bb Course Documents. Let’s look for it now.
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    • Ok, here’s the Bb path!
    • Course Information
    • Lesson 3 documents
    • Teacher competence rating sheet
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    • You have done wonderful job today!
    • Thanks for having me here with you!
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