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    Building an online learning environment Building an online learning environment Presentation Transcript

    • Building an Online Learning Environment Donna Leahy October 2010
    • The Online Classroom
      • I thought this part of the course helped me, as an educator, to really think about how technology will affect my job in the future.
      • This course has allowed me to feel comfortable about change and how to successfully begin to implement that change in my classroom now.
    • My Online Classroom
      • I found edmodo to be a very useful tool.
        • It allows me to bring my third graders online in an appropriate and safe way.
        • The site is private and the students do not need email addresses to sign up.
        • Edmodo will provide my students with a great online learning experience.
    • Online Learning and Evaluation Tools
      • Rubrics
        • I liked looking at things from a different perspective. It was interesting to really focus on the desired outcome to create a rubric and then create the lesson.
        • This is something that I will implement more often in the future.
    • Online Learning and Evaluation Tools
      • I enjoyed exploring the different sites. The sites I found worked well for me were rubistar and rcampus.
      • Both sites were easy to navigate and I was able to find rubrics for a wide range of curriculum.
      • http://rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php?screen=ShowRubric&rubric_id=1089954&
      • http://www.rcampus.com/rubricshowc.cfm?code=D393BA&sp=true&nocache=1286412153967
      • http://www.rcampus.com/rubricshowc.cfm?code=A4X53A&sp=true&nocache=1286412333858
    • Online Learning and Evaluation Tools
      • Lesson Plans
        • It was very useful to explore various sites where you could create you own lessons or use already create lessons.
        • I found lessonplanpage to useful. The site was easy to navigate and completely free.
        • http://www.lessonplanspage.com/SSCommunityBrochures23.htm
        • http://www.lessonplanspage.com/MathCinderellaRounding35.htm
    • Online Assessment Tools
      • Polls and Surveys
        • This section I felt was extremely useful. I used obsurvey once I figured out how it worked, I found it to be very useful.
        • This site allows me to create various types of polls and surveys that I can tailor to my curriculum.
        • http://obsurvey.com/S.aspx?id=6767e843-4277-4cfd-a3b6-f508ba4dae9f
    • Online Assessment Tools
      • Online Assessment:
        • After trying out a few sites, I found that yacapaca really fit my needs.
        • On this site I am able to preview online assessments quickly to determine if they are right for my students.
        • Once I have chosen assessments for my class, I am able to assign them to my class
          • As in edmodo, my students can sign up without email addresses.
          • http://yacapaca.com/py/teacher/assignment/new/step3preview/frame/quiz/1707/
          • http://yacapaca.com/py/teacher/assignment/new/step3preview/frame/quiz/11746/
    • Online & New Media Solutions For Differentiated Instruction
      • I found new sites that can be incorporated into daily instruction on sites such as: glogster, linoit, and timetoast.
      • These sites provide the ability to do some completely new things with lessons, but also the ability to enhance already existing lessons and tie in technology.
      • http://www.timetoast.com/timelines/85271
      • http://linoit.com/users/dleahy/canvases/inbox
    • Reflection
      • This course was extremely useful and worth while. I would definitely recommend this course others. Although some things I continue to fine tune, I have found many opportunities to integrate technology into the present classroom. This course has made the integration of technology into the classroom a realistic and attainable goal for me.