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PowerPoint used to introduce students to the GED online class at Region 16 ABE program.

PowerPoint used to introduce students to the GED online class at Region 16 ABE program.

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  • “I can do my work anytime I want to from any place in the world! I’m so glad that these online classes don’t have deadlines! That means I can just submit assignments whenever I feel like it at my own whim. What a great way to take classes!!!”
  • Student: These online classes are perfect for my busy schedule. Since time is tight I can log on one time a week and cram all the work into one sitting. I am sure I’ll get a lot out of that experience. I am sure I will learn more doing it all at once instead of spreading it out like in a regular class.
  • Student: “I can just choose what I want to do and there’s no one around to tell me what to do. I could even have someone else do my work!”
  • Student: My family is planning a two-week vacation. I think I will take this online class because I’ve heard that it doesn’t follow a regular schedule and you can just start and stop whenever you want. This way I can go on vacation and then start the class. And, there is a camping trip with friends. Since this is an online class I can do it between my vacations. What a great opportunity these online classes are, they let us do it anytime we can fit it in!
  • Student: My computer broke last night and I can’t get it fixed until next week. I have some hours I need to work by Sunday night. Well, I’m sure I’ll get an extension because it is not MY fault that the computer broke down. I’ll just call and ask for extra time. I mean, after all, how can she expect me to do assignments on something that is broken? It’s not like I have two computers.
  • Student: I have never used a computer before, but I am sure I can learn while I’m taking this online class. I never learned how to type, but that shouldn’t be a problem as I can hunt and peck pretty well. I’ll figure it out. It can’t be that hard.
  • Student: I have trouble doing my homework without someone pushing me, but I’m sure this won’t interfere with taking an online class. I always get to it, eventually. When I’m done with more important things. I really don’t need to make a schedule to study… I’ll work it in.
  • Student: I don’t want to take an online class because there is little or no contact with the teacher. I mean, it’s not like she’s going to be on the screen talking to me, so how will I know she is there? I need to feel as if someone is really paying attention. I’m sure that can’t happen online.
  • Have students complete the inventory and then copy and paste into a word doc. to use in a message in CourseSites… This will practice sending a message.PRACTICE… signing your name… correct punctuation… etc.

GED Online Student Orientation #2 GED Online Student Orientation #2 Presentation Transcript

  • REGION 16WELCOMES YOU TO: GED Orientation for Distance Learning
  • Session Two:Online Learning Myths Learning Styles Inventory CourseSites Time Management
  • Myths of Online Learning…Myth #1 – Anytime, Anywhere…Well Not Exactly…
  • Myths of Online Learning… Cont.Myth #2 – Cramming Your Work IntoOne Log-on SessionWell Not Exactly…
  • Myths of Online Learning… Cont.Myth #3 – Online Courses Are EasyWell Not Exactly…
  • Myths of Online Learning… Cont.Myth #4– I won’t have to follow anyschedule since it’s all online.Well Not Exactly…
  • Myths of Online Learning… Cont.Myth #5– Broken Computers Are GreatExcusesWell Not Exactly…
  • Myths of Online Learning… Cont.Myth #6 – You Will Be Taught How ToUse A ComputerWell Not Exactly…
  • Myths of Online Learning… Cont.Myth #8 – It Is OK To ProcrastinateWell Not Exactly…
  • Myths of Online Learning… Cont.Myth #9 – There Is No PersonalAttention From Your TeacherWell Not Exactly…
  • Learning Styles Inventory…• What kind of learner are you?• Do you know what to do to help yourself learn?
  • LEARNING STYLES INVENTORY…Complete this Learning Style Inventory. Beready to discuss, so youll need to record theinformation.Harper College Distance Learning OrientationCopy and paste your results to a Worddocument and save it on the desktop in theGED Class folder. You will use this informationlater.
  • CourseSites…https://www.coursesites.com
  • Managing Time…• Time Management is one of the biggest problems for online students.http://onlinelearningtips.com/2010/03/08/top-10-time-management-tips-for-online-students/
  • SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS LEARN TO MANAGE:TimeInformationWorkspace
  • SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS LEARN TO MANAGE THEIR TIME. O R
  • TIME MANAGEMENT Create some type of schedule – electronic or paper Include:  Class times  Work times  Study times  Daily activities  Free time  Be sure to include 10 hours for your online work.
  • TIME MANAGEMENT“Budget” your time  Do what you hate first.  BLOCK study time and class time.  Review older information  Leave “emergency” time.  Use your “high energy” time for more difficult subjects
  • SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS LEARN TOMANAGE INFORMATION.NotesHandoutsQuizzes and TestsAssignmentsE-mail or MessagesCourse Resources
  • INFORMATION MANAGEMENTClassrulesCalendarNotesWebsitesPhone NumbersProgress Chart
  • SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS LEARN TOMANAGE THEIR WORKSPACE. Develop a routine. Put school items in a specific place in your home. Create a study space or area Make sure your computer is in working order and necessary programs are installed. Use checklists. Find someplace where you can concentrate.
  • SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS KNOW: “It doesn’t matter if you did it—if you can’t find it.” “Sitting in a classroom does NOT make you a student!” “I never said it would be easy, I only said it would be worth it.” - Mae West
  • Don’t make excuses… Just DO IT!
  • CONTACT INFORMATION: Debbie Purvines 806.677.5281 debbie.purvines@esc16.net 1601 S. Cleveland