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Creating an interactive syllabus

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  • 1. + Creating an Interactive Syllabus Rachele DeMeo, M.A., M.Ed.
  • 2. + Creating an Interactive Syllabus Part I: The Syllabus in itself Part II: Student Schedule
  • 3. + 1) What is the purpose of having a Syllabus? 2) What does Interactive mean? What is an Interactive Syllabus?
  • 4. + What would make a Syllabus more appealing?
  • 5. + Color What would make a Syllabus more appealing?
  • 6. + Images & Graphs What would make a Syllabus more appealing?
  • 7. + Hyperlinks What would make a Syllabus more appealing?
  • 8. + Clarity & Organization What would make a Syllabus more appealing?
  • 9. +  Color  Images and Graphs  Hyperlinks  Clarity and Organization What would make a Syllabus more appealing?
  • 10. + Example 1
  • 11. + Creating a Schedule for Students • Why (for what purpose)? • What should be included? • What shouldn’t be included?
  • 12. + Creating a Schedule for Students • Give important information (such as dates, deadlines and topics that will be covered)
  • 13. + Creating a Schedule for Students • Hold students accountable (and responsible)
  • 14. + Consider avoiding: • “Copying” your entire lesson plan on the student’s schedule. • Hyperlinking everything! • Format an organized student’s schedule. • Include dates with important assignments and tests. Suggestions:
  • 15. + Example 2
  • 16. + Thank you! More info at: http://wordpress.miracosta.edu/racheledemeo/

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