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  • This graphic expresses a belief about e-teaching and e-learning. E-learning is on top, and should be increasing and improving all the time. The learning is what is important. E-teaching supports e-learning, and should make it possible for good e-learning to happen. E-teaching without e-learning is worthless.

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  • 1. E-Learning
  • 2. Online Teaching for Learning Seminar Dr. Jane Zahner, Visiting Professor Eszterh á zyK á rolyF ö iskola, Eger, Hungary Valdosta State University, Georgia, USA
  • 3. Seminar Framework
  • 4. Academic Training Library & Information Sciences Instructional Systems Design Instructional Design & Technology Television & Film
  • 5. Teaching Experiences
  • 6. What Perspective?
    • Importance
      • Design of Message
      • Resources
      • Scientific principles of learning
      • Goals, Outcomes, Assessments
      • Technology as a tool
      • NOT delivery system
  • 7. What Context?
    • Teacher Education
    • Graduate students
    • Peer Learning
    • Online – Delivery System determined
  • 8. Seminar Framework
  • 9. Some Principles of E-Teaching for Learning
    • Identity
    • Community
    • Feedback
    • Communication
    • Peer Teaching
    • Motivation
    • Assessment
    • Resource-base
    • Evaluation
    • Clear Expectations
    • Time Management
    • Informal Learning
    • Netiquette
    • Facilitation
    • Digital Citizenship
    • Problem-based learning
  • 10. Some Principles of E-Teaching for Learning
    • Identity
    • Community
    • Feedback
    • Communication
    • Peer Teaching
    • Motivation
    • Assessment
    • Resource-base
    • Evaluation
    • Clear Expectations
    • Time Management
    • Informal Learning
    • Netiquette
    • Facilitation
    • Digital Citizenship
    • Problem-based learning
  • 11. Seminar Framework
  • 12. My Current Course
    • ITED 8100 Theories, Models, & Perspectives of Instructional Technology
    • Online at Valdosta State University
    • WebCT Course Management System
    • 22 Graduate Students
    • In 5 th week of course; will last until late April (30 aprilis)
  • 13. Seminar Framework
  • 14. Promise to help me with…
  • 15. Promise to share…
  • 16. Blog Invitation
    • I am writing a professional blog of this faculty exchange. You are welcome to read and contribute .
    • http://zahnerpkm.blogspot.com
  • 17. Contact Information
    • You can contact me through email, by telephone to the department, or by mobile.
    • [email_address]
    • Mobile: 30 499 7309
  • 18. PRACTICE : Identity & Community
    • ITED 8100 : My Course
    • Discussions
      • 8100 Help: Welcome to you
      • Biography: Introduction & Common Interests
      • Ed.S. Yearbook
      • Google Map
  • 19. PRACTICE : Identity & Community
    • E-Teaching for Learning Seminar
    • Write name, underline given name
    • Take photos with sound
  • 20. Assignment: Identity & Community
    • How do you introduce yourself?
    • How do the students introduce?
    • How do you form ‘community’?
    • Differences?
      • Traditional classroom (F2F)
      • Blended
      • Online a j ö v ó h é ten
  • 21. koszonom szepen