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EME6403 Lesson 1

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    • 1. EME 6403 | Summer 2008 | Team 4 Week 1 | Lesson 1.1 06.21.08
    • 2. Week 1 Objectives
      • Lesson 1.1: Familiarize yourself with project work, timeline, and group members
      • Lesson 1.2: Prepare to participate in the peer evaluation process
      • Lesson 1.3: Describe purpose and characteristics of causal maps
    • 3. Lesson 1.1
      • In this lesson, you will learn about project tasks and the timeline for task completion.
      • Also, you will have an opportunity to introduce yourself to your teammates!
    • 4. Weekly Lessons
      • Each week you will view objective-specific lessons.
        • The lessons present the background information needed to complete individual and group tasks for the week.
        • Resource information also is available. For example, you can view instructions in order to create an account in Googledocs!
    • 5. Project Tasks
      • Project task requirements for you and your teammates are listed below:
        • Compare and contrast Personal Learning Theories as depicted by each team member's causal map.
        • Achieve group consensus of the components of causal map/representative theory.
        • Select empirical evidence to justify causal map design.
    • 6. Project Tasks (continued)
      • Project task requirements for you and your teammates are listed below:
        • Collaboratively construct a CSCL theory.
        • Develop website to display causal representative map and supporting materials.
    • 7. Project Timeline
      • After Week 1, you have three remaining weeks to complete the five required project tasks.
      • The timeline is below:
        • Week 2: Task 1
        • Week 3: Tasks 2-3
        • Week 4: Tasks 4-5
      • In addition, you are required to participate in the peer evaluation process weekly. More about that in Lesson 1.2!
    • 8. Project Tools and Resources
      • As mentioned earlier, you and your teammates will use a variety of resources to complete project tasks.
        • For example, in the next lesson you will access Googledocs and set up your peer evaluation form.
        • To review technical requirements for any tool, return to the wikispace homepage and click the Technology button
    • 9. Activity 1.1a: Introduction
      • Requirement: 1 post
      • Deadline: 11:59 pm US Eastern time Sunday
      • Go to the wikispace and introduce yourself. Include the following:
        • Program of study and anticipated graduation date
        • Previous degrees earned
        • Work background and current position
        • Personal information you want to share (e.g., family, pets, hobbies, etc.)
    • 10. Activity 1.1b: Interaction
      • Requirement: 1 reply to each introduction
      • Deadline: 11:59 pm US Eastern time Sunday
      • Go to the wikispace and reply to each teammate’s introduction. Suggestions:
        • Discuss common interests or work experiences
        • Identify strengths for the team
    • 11. Lesson 1.1 Wrap-up
      • In this lesson you learned about the project timeline and tasks. You also had the opportunity to get to know your teammates.
      • In Lesson 1.2, you will learn about the peer evaluation process. Go to the next lesson when you’re ready!

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