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  • 1. Platform: area where learning (online) happens and communication is done 2. Blend: most often used to supplement traditional face to face classroom activities, commonly known as Blended Learning. 3. Instead of bringing instructional materials, cartolina  just upload the things you need to discuss in class Instead of using class record for student’s grade, submissions, deficiencies  easier cms, record is there 5. Readings uploaded and slides (What we  Read 10%) Clips uploaded ( What we  Hear 20%) Images uploaded (What we  See 30%) Videos (What we both  See  and Hear 50%) Forum (What we  Discuss  with others70%) Link to a virtual website (What we  Experience 80%) Reporting online  webinar (What we  Teach  someone else95%)
  • What do you think is an example of CMS that we use in class?
  • Online resources are easier to access teachers may share resources for their different classes  easier to do online links can easily be attached
  • 1. 2. Even after class hours, learning and instruction may be done. Additional readings may be sent to students. 3. Record of students’ works
  • Now, let’s talk about the FEATURES OF CMS
  • asynchronous collaborative learning (discussion forums for group learning, threaded discussions) Synchronous collaborative learning (chats for live instruction in classroom settings).
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    • 1. Classroom Management Systems Educ 190 WFR 1 st sem, AY 10-11   Arevalo, Ann De Padua, Gerard Manlangit, Gliceryl Mae Vesagas, Richie Carla
    • 2. What is Classroom Management System (CMS)?
      • a piece of software that provides a platform for online learning content and communication tools
      • used to deliver a blend of traditional classroom instruction and online delivery
      • allows easy management of the learning materials and tracking of student learning
      • used by students, teachers and administrators
      • supports a collaborative learning community and multiple modes of learning
    • 3. What is Classroom Management System (CMS)?
      • It is also commonly known as
        • (VLE) Virtual Learning Environments
        • (CMS) Course Management System
        • (CMC) Computer-Mediated Communication
        • (MLE) Managed Learning Environment
        • (LSS) Managed Learning Environment
        • (LP) Learning Platform
        • (P) Portal
    • 4.  
    • 5. Benefits of CMS?
    • 6. Benefits: Parents
      • Help children with homework
      • To know what is going on in the school
      • To get involved with the school
    • 7. Benefits: Teachers
      • Access resources and tools to support planning, information sharing within the school and outside the school
      • Share the burden of creating resources with colleagues
      • Import material from other sources
    • 8. Benefits: Teachers
      • Tailor the curriculum to individual learners' needs by supporting personalized learning
      • Extend learning beyond the classroom and traditional timetables
      • Submit and track activities, including evidence for assessment
    • 9. Benefits: Students
      • Personalize home pages with learning tools such as tasks, diaries and files
      • Gives every learner access to a personal online web-space where they can store course work and their achievements
      • Store all their work
      • Display their work to peers and teachers
    • 10. Features of CMS
    • 11. Features: For all
      • Differential access for students and teachers. (includes Login Names and Passwords)
      • Personalized working spaces. 
      • (individualized folders for participants home pages and work)
      • Easy navigation, help pages, quick links, references (links for everyone)
      • Easy-to-use content creation tools. Easy authoring tools for text, hyperlinks and graphics.
    • 12. Features: For all
      • Information distribution including administrative information, calendar, news & course announcements.
      • Communication and collaboration functions such as email, asynchronous collaborative learning, synchronous collaborative learning
    • 13. Features: For tutor interfaces
      • Access control
      • Daily management tools
      • Flexible course design and delivery
      • Support of reusable learning objects
      • Syllabus, teaching material
      • Ability to track student progress
      • Assessment tools
      • Student Assignment Management
    • 14. Features: For student interfaces
      • Access to learning resources with a personalized study units, course materials, syllabus, basic teaching material for self-paced coursework.
      • Learning management tools
      • Collaborative tools (discussion forums, chat rooms)
      • Online support
    • 15. Features: For student interfaces
      • Other learning materials- Glossary, FAQs, useful links
      • Self assessment such as online quizzes and exercises such as multiple-choice, true/false and one-word-answer (formative assessment)
      • Assignment Boxes or areas for submission of student work (summative assessment)
    • 16. Examples
    • 17. Examples
      • Moodle
      • ClassJump
      • PBworks