• Save
Aralanet Iteach V1
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5

Aralanet Iteach V1



iteach presentation

iteach presentation



Total Views
Views on SlideShare
Embed Views



1 Embed 3

http://ischoolwebboard.ning.com 3



Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

CC Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike LicenseCC Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike LicenseCC Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
Post Comment
Edit your comment

Aralanet Iteach V1 Aralanet Iteach V1 Presentation Transcript

  • www.aralanet.org i-Teach Instructional Planning for Internet Based Teaching and Learning
  • Target Learners:
    • The training is designed for subject area teachers, subject matter experts, subject area coordinators or supervisors, and curricular managers.
    • The trainee must have basic understanding of the teaching process, a practitioner on his/her subject area, understand and able to write in English, and have basic knowledge in using computer for writing or e-mailing.
  • Training Duration:
    • The training requires four (4) days to complete the expected training outputs.
    • The training can be conducted in four Saturdays or weekdays.
  • Training Objectives:
    • To identify and elaborate the instructional model and effective teaching principles to support e-learning implementation
    • To explore and demonstrate the use of the freely available business ready computer applications and Internet services to jumpstart e-learning projects
    • To define, plan, build, implement and evaluate re-usable learning objects and instructional website to support on-line teaching and learning
  • Participants Output:
    • Statement of Principles on Effective Teaching and Instructional Model to Support e-Learning
    • Instructional Planning Process Guide
    • e-Learning Lesson Plan Prototype
    • e-Learning Evaluation Rubrics
    • ICT Skills Need Analysis Report
    • On-line Learning Services Accounts
    • Beta Version of an Instructional Website
    • Instructional Website Usability Assessment Guide
    • e-Learning Implementation Plan Prototype
    • Membership to aralanet.org on-line community of e-learners and e-teachers
  • Presentation Topics:
    • Day 1:
    • Learning, Instruction, e-Learning and Knowledge Management Descriptions
    • Instructional and Learning Models
    • Curricular Benchmarks Survey
    • Effective Teaching Principles
    • Learning Objectives Definition
  • Trainee Activities:
    • Formulation of the statement of principles on effective teaching and instructional design to guide e-learning implementation
    • Identification and creation of the instructional planning process and e-Learning Lesson Plan Prototype
    • Formulation of a written e-Learning Evaluation Rubrics
    • ICT skills needs assessment
    • Hands-on exploration of the essential computer applications and Internet technologies
    • Development of a usable beta version of a teacher’s on-line instructional Website, Wiki or Weblog
    • Development and testing of an instructional website usability assessment matrix
    • Creation of a simple e-learning implementation plan
  • Facilitator Profile:
    • Solution Administrator: www.aralanet.org
    • Chief Technologist, IdeaCorp
    • ITIL and CIW Certified
    • Consulting Engagements:
      • IT Consultant, Office of the Secretary, Department of Education, Philippines
      • Training Consultant, National Computer Institute, Commission on Information and Communications Technology, Philippines
      • Project Consultant, USAID, Last Mile Initiative Ischool Webboard
      • Project Consultant, INTEL Skoool e-Learning Project
      • IT Services Consultant, Notre Dame of Greater Manila
    • e-Mail: [email_address] or [email_address]
    • SMS: 0917-329-7993
  • Training Principles:
    • Do not re-invent the wheel, learn from best practice references and lesson learned by others, and contribute to the contextual improvement of the best practices
    • Clear identification and management of strength, weakness, opportunities and threat to strategically plan, and promote continual improvement
    • Use open standard, open content, and open software and open licensing to freely and immediately realize the planned solutions, and to share in the community of practitioners
    • Use the tools and apply the principles to continuously learn, and improve the practice
  • Training Methods:
    • Best Practice Presentation and Demonstration
    • Story-telling and Situational Analysis
    • Focus Group Discussion
    • Hands-on Experience
    • Project Creation
  • Disclaimer and Copyright Notice:
    • aralanet.org DOES NOT REPRESENT the solutions brand names and content materials mentioned in this open content presentation.
    • The citing of the materials is for educational purpose and to promote knowledge for all.
    • The trainee’s continual use of the solution and content is subject to the copyright notices, and the terms and conditions of use specified by the product owners.
  • This Presentation is Licensed Under:
    • Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 License
    • What are your reasons for participating?
    • What you expect to bring home?
    • What stories your sponsors may want to hear from you?
    • What new stuff you want to share with your colleagues?
  • www.aralanet.org i-Teach MODULE 1: Instruction, Learning, e-Learning, Knowledge Management, On-line Learning Implementation
    • Learning, Instruction, e-Learning, Knowledge Management
  • 2. Instructional and Learning Models
  • 3. Curricular Benchmark Survey
  • 4. Effective Teaching Principles
  • 5. Learning Objectives Definition
  • 6. Evaluation Model - Rubrics
  • 7. Learning Event Components
  • 8. Instructional Design Process
  • 9. Instructional Designer Profile
  • 10. e-learner Profile –NETS Students
  • 11. e-Teacher Profile –NETS Teacher
  • 12. On-line Learning Implementation
    • Define eight (8) Effective Teaching Principles that reflect the instructional and learning models to properly implement e-learning.
    • Create the Performance Rubrics that will identify the key performance indicators of success
  • www.aralanet.org i-Teach MODULE 2: Realizing the Instructional Tasks Through the Use of Internet Services
  • 1. Internet Services and On-line Learning
  • e-Teacher Task 1: Communicate
    • Instructional Use of Internet Communication Services
      • E-mail
      • E-Group
      • Discussion Forum
      • On-line Feedback Form
    • e-Mail for All students, teachers and parents
    • e-Mail message access anytime and anywhere
    • Feedback anytime and anywhere
  • Demonstration:
    • Walkthrough on how to use the aralanet.org Google web mail account, and other bundled applications for instruction
      • www.gmail.com
      • www.groups.google.com
      • www.docs.google.com
    • Walkthrough on how to use the aralanet.org discussion forum and feedback form
      • www.amazingforums.com
      • www.freefeedbackform.com
  • e-Teacher Task 2: Research
    • Instructional Use of Information Repositories in the Internet
      • Search Engines
      • On-line Digital Library
      • On-line References and Dictionary
      • Learning Content On-line Repositories
      • e-Books
      • e-Journal
      • e-Magazine
      • e-Newspaper
      • e-Radio and Television
      • e-Government
      • e-Organization
      • e-Experts
  • Demonstration 1:
    • Search the Internet’s information repositories
      • www.alltheweb.com
      • www.dogpile.com
      • www.answers.com
      • Enter in the search box keywords associated to knowledge resource
      • And keywords associated to a subject topic, video and audio
  • Demonstration 2:
    • Finding Information from On-line Digital Libraries
        • www.ipl.org
        • www.ibiblio.org
        • www.bubl.org
  • e-Teacher Task 3: Authoring
    • Document Writing
    • Worksheet Making
    • Slide Presentation Production
    • Webpage Creation
    • Image Editing
    • Video Capture and Editing
  • Demonstration 1:
    • Google Docs
    • Google Pages
    • Google Picassa
  • Instructional Task 4: Present
    • Document Sharing
    • Slide Presentation Publishing
    • Image Sharing
    • Video Sharing
    • Web Publishing
    • www.scribd.com
    • www.wikispaces.com
    • www.edublogs.org
    • www.scribd.com
    • www.teachertube.com
    • www.slide.com
    • www.flick.com
  • e-Teacher Task 5: Evaluate
    • On-line Rubric Maker
    • e-Assessment
    • e-Survey
  • Focus Group Discussion:
    • e-Learning Lesson Planning Framework
    • e-Learning Lesson Guide Prototype
    • The participants will be given a sample planning framework and lesson guide template to evaluate, improve and realize
  • www.aralanet.org i-Teach MODULE 3: Using the Computer Applications and Internet Technologies for On-line Learning
  • Internet and Browser
    • Overview on the Internet, Web 2.0 and Web 3.0
    • Browser’s Basic Features and Functionality
    • Browser’s Add-ons
    • IPR and Conditions of Use
    • Security and Privacy Issues
  • Internet Browser Activity:
    • Type a URL in the browser’s web address box
    • Bookmark the typed address, and open the web address using the browser bookmark list
    • Click the refresh button of the browser
    • Click and discover what is inside the tool box of the browser
    • Click the go back and go forward buttons
    • Click the up and down button and scroll bar
    • Browse what is inside the help button
  • Web Mail
    • Overview on e-Mail
    • Basic Features and Functions of Web Mail Services
    • Web Mail Services Providers
      • www.gmail.com
      • www.yahoo.com
    • Conditions of Use
    • E-Mail Etiquette
    • E-Mail Security and Privacy Issues
    • Go to www.gmail.com or www.yahoo.com
    • Register an e-mail Account: [email_address] or [email_address]
    • Compose a Message
    • Send a message to [email_address]
    • Compose a message and attached a file to [email_address]
    • Read a message from [email_address] , and reply by composing a message with attached file.
    • Create a group contact list of your on-line learning class where you enter the e-mail addresses of your students
    • Compose and send message using the on-line class contact list
  • e-Group or Mailing List
    • Overview of the Internet Group
    • Basic Activity and Rules in Using Internet Group
    • Internet Group Services
      • http://groups.google.com
      • http://groups.yahoo.com
    • Register an On-line Group account in either http://groups.google.com or http:// groups.yahoo.com
    • Create an on-line discussion group of your on-line learning class
    • Post messages and invite class members to your on-line discussion group, invite also [email_address] or [email_address]
    • Post messages with shared file attachments, picture, etc.
  • Discussion Forum
    • An Overview of On-line Discussion Forum
    • Free On-line Discussion Forum Hosts
      • www.amazingforums.com
      • www.informe.com
  • Web Conferencing
    • Yahoo Messenger
    • Elluminate
  • Web Talk
    • Google Talk
    • Skype
  • On-line Publishing
    • Register in Google document service, type the web address: http://docs.google.com
    • Register in Google web page creator service, type the web address: http://pages.google.com
    • Register in a weblog service, type the web address: http://edublogs.org or www.bloggers.com
    • Register in Google Picassa picture album service, and download the picture editor, type the address http://picasa.google.com
  • e-Assessment and Feedback
    • Register in Rubistrar
    • Register in Prongo
    • Register in Discovery Quiz Center
    • Register in www.freefeedbackform.com
  • Document and Presentation Processing
    • Open Office
    • Google Documents
    • www.scribd.com
    • www.esnips.com
    • www.slider.com
  • Image Manipulation and Publication
    • GIMP
    • Photoscape
    • PhotoFiltre
    • www.slide.com
    • www.flick.com
  • Video and Animation
    • Microsoft Movie Maker
    • Avidemux
    • Camstudio
    • www.teachertube.com
    • www.veoh.com
    • www.reveer.com
  • Web Publishing
    • NVU Web Authoring
  • www.aralanet.org i-Teach MODULE 4: On-line Teaching and Learning Portal Building
  • Pre-requisites
    • The Instructional lesson guide for the subject is done and approved
    • Instructional Materials in various media form are uploaded to the corresponding file storage and sharing location
    • Link to resource sites are tested and available to be used
  • Instructional Wikispace
  • Internet Classroom Assistant
    • Create an on-line class where invited students can log-in an do the following:
      • Activate the links and view the on-line published instructional materials
      • Join the discussion group and send messages to the class members
      • View the class event schedule
      • View and collaboratively edit shared documents
    • Teacher creates on-line class account in www.nicenet.com
    • Nicenet issues class key to the teacher
    • Teacher email class members of the class key
    • Student goes to www.nicenet.com , and register by entering the issued class key
    • Student log-in to the on-line class of the teacher
    • Student joins the conferencing, opens links to learning materials, views instructional documents, and send messages to class members and teacher