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  • What is the ultimate goal of the project (within the timeframe of this course)? Tell the class what you plan to accomplish by the submission due date?
  • Option of live vs. recorded Deliver a virtual presentation
  • What lessons have you learned? Or, what advice would you give others interested in a similar course development to yours?
  • What is the chance of finishing the online course by the deadline?
  • Is there any other concern or issue that may interest the class as a whole?

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  • Teaching Online eCourse Midterm Update By: Christie Rickert
  • My GoalReady for Summer PD!Field Test In Progress/CompleteSupervisor Feedback/Revisions
  • Course Objectives:Given a list ofpossible topics, thelearner will conductresearch andprepare apresentation about aselected topic inonline learning thatmeets the criteria onthe provided rubric.
  • Course Objectives:Using the iNACOL Reflectstandards for online Respondteaching as a reference, Connectthe learner will identifyand reflect on a minimumof three best practicestrategies they will utilizeto create meaningfulonline experiences for8th-12th grade students.
  • Course Objectives:When givenscenarios, the learnerwill select the bestmethod ofintervention tosupport the onlinelearner.
  • Course Objectives:After evaluating avariety of onlineinteractive tools, thelearner will select onetool and describe howit supportscommunication,student motivation,and rigor within anonline class.
  • Course ObjectivesFollowing a district template, the learnerwill create an online course syllabusincluding instructor information, coursematerials, course overview, courseobjectives, a description of majorassignments and assessments, modes ofcommunication, and grading expectations.
  • Course ObjectivesFollowing a district template, the learnerwill create an online course syllabusincluding instructor information, coursematerials, course overview, courseobjectives, a description of majorassignments and assessments, modes ofcommunication, and grading expectations. Optional
  • ProgressWhat does the instructional solution looklike now? Is it taking shape? What doesyour end product look like at this point?
  • Show What Class Looks Like
  • Navigation
  • Syllabus
  • Calendar
  • What’s Left…Proof & Fill in gapsAlign Syllabus & Calendar with ContentEstimate time requirementsRubric Unit 2ExamplesSet up grade bookFinalize Instructional Design Doc
  • Lessons LearnedStart with Instructional Design DocCourse template migrationDon’t’ reinvent the wheelSave To Document First (Copy to Blackboard)Providing alternatives -live class/individualityLogin as a studentSelect what is most importantBackward design – Syllabus last! – Applies tostudent project too
  • TimelineAnalysis Identify need January 2012Design Submit Project 1: Design Plan By Feb 8, 2012Development Create course and document By March 28, 2012 design principles (6 weeks) April 4thImplementation Pilot with at least 2 learners By April 18, 2012 Submit Project 2 April 25thEvaluation Obtain feedback, course May 2nd, 2012 revisions Submit Project 3: Lessons Learned
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