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Case analysis workshop week 6

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Case analysis workshop week 6

  1. 1. EDUC W200 Week 6 Case Analysis Process •What are your key learning points? •What’s your key takewaways from this process?
  2. 2. EDUC W200 Week 6 LEARNING OBJECTIVES Develop learning objectives • Each objective should be concise, and it should be possible to observe the results of achieving it. • Each objective should be expressed as something the student might achieve–not as what the teacher will do. • Verbs are crucial to learning objectives. • Avoid: “understand,” “realize,” “be aware of,” “know” • Words/Phrases open to multiple interpretations: know, understand, appreciate, grasp the significance of, enjoy, believe, have faith in • Words open to fewer interpretations: write, recite, identify, sort, solve, construct, build, compare, contrast
  3. 3. EDUC W200 Week 6 TIME TO PLAN… • Case Analysis is due XXX • Any problems in completing the Step I? • Revisit your learning objectives and check the problems. • For STEP II, please also find some Content Exploration Tools • We will continue to add in the coming weeks as we cover the other types of tasks and tools
  4. 4. EDUC W200 Week 6 CASE ANALYSIS PROCESS STEP 2: BRAINSTORM & SEARCH OPTIONS • OPTIONS  Look for as many options as possible  Look for options (tools, technologies, approaches, resources) that could be useful in your case – For instance, for concept maps tools available are Inspiration, Gliffy, C-map, Text2Mind Map, Mind Meister, Bubbl.us, MS Word, MS Excel – Options should be relevant and unique (not repeats)  Remember… – One tool does not meet all the needs of your classroom – But a set of tools will address all the needs of your classroom – Just because you find one you like does not mean that you stop looking – look for as many possible options
  5. 5. EDUC W200 Week 6 TEACHER WEBSITE WORKSHOP HOMEWORK: FILLING OUR WELCOME AND ABOUT ME PAGES

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