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PowerPoint with notes for E-Teaching for E-Learning Seminar 2, Ezsterhazy Karoly College, Eger, Hungary. February 19, 2009.

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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 #2 Dr. Jane Zahner, Visiting Professor Eszterh á zy K á roly F ö iskola, Eger, Hungary Valdosta State University, Georgia, USA
    • 3. How to Share
      • Slideshare.net (search Zahner)
      • E-mail Attachment
      • Blog
      • Moodle
      • Voicethread.com
    • 4. Assignment: ezen a h é ten Identity & Community
      • How do you introduce yourself?
      • How do the students introduce?
      • How do you form ‘community’?
      • Differences?
        • Traditional classroom (F2F)
        • Blended
        • Online
      szünet
    • 5. 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
    • 6. ITED 8100 Principles
    • 7. Later View (Research)
    • 8. Seminar Framework YOUR Construct the Seminar
    • 9. Assignment: ezen a h é ten Identity & Community
      • How do you introduce yourself?
      • How do the students introduce?
      • How do you form ‘community’?
      • Differences?
        • Traditional classroom (F2F)
        • Blended
        • Online
    • 10. Seminar Framework
    • 11. Students: Communicate Identity
      • Biography postings – correct name
      • Yearbook pictures
      • Synchronous ‘asynchronous’ orientation – timed discussions
      • Live Classroom Orientation – voice, video, chat
    • 12. Students: Develop Identity
      • Review of program & course materials: What am I doing?
      • New sense of identity: new program, new university, new discipline, new level (graduate), and new e-learner
      • Orientation – Who stands up?
    • 13. Instructor Identity
      • Advance contact through admissions process
      • Biography posting & Pictures
      • Personal replies to biography postings / Friendly Facilitator
      • High level of participation in Orientation postings
      • Video in Orientation Live Classroom
      • Live Classroom Archived Lectures
    • 14. E-Teaching Design for Community
      • Birds of a Feather prompt: Analyze & group by level and type
      • Create yearbook in timely manner
      • Make Orientation Discussions / LC Available for reference
      • Make Student Lounge
      • Encourage Peer Help in Help Area
      • Post interesting resources
    • 15. E-Teaching Content for Community
      • IT Domains (framework): Analyze in paper
      • Exchange papers & reply
      • Open answers = multiple examples
      • Adobe Acrobat tutorial recommendations
      • Objectivist / Constructivist : Who are they?
    • 16. E-Teaching Content for Community
      • Analyze lesson for Merrill’s first learning principles
      • LC discussion of holistic/atomistic teacher training
      • Apply ARCS motivation model to lesson, identify problem, & ask help
      • LC archived discussions on performance technologies
    • 17. Some Principles of E-Teaching for Learning
      • Identity
      • Community
      • Peer Teaching
      • Informal Learning
      • Communication
      • Time Management
      • Netiquette
      • Resource-base
      • Facilitation
      • Feedback
      • Motivation
      • Clear Expectations
      • Evaluation
      • Assessment
      • Digital Citizenship
      • Problem-based learning
    • 18. Assignment for Next Week
      • Mark Principles List with 1-5 (highest) importance
      • in your own perspective & practice
      • Mark Principles List with 1-5 (highest) desire to discuss in Seminar.
      Please add other principles or seminar ideas
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