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TEEN Online Best Practices 2017

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Preso for TEEN Feb 2017

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TEEN Online Best Practices 2017

  1. 1. find some BUDDIES
  2. 2. fave RESOURCES fave STRATEGIES
  3. 3. • iPhone was a year away • Wii game console released • MySpace reached 100 million users • New Orleans recovering • KC Royals finished 34 games out of 1st place
  4. 4. EDUCATION?
  5. 5. so WHAT
  6. 6. Adobe SPARK
  7. 7. VIDEO Adobe
  8. 8. Adobe SPARK spark.adobe.com
  9. 9. characteristics of highly effective learning environment
  10. 10. • students make choices • students become experts • solving problems is required • immediate feedback
  11. 11. • there’s always an answer • failure is a good thing • learning is collaborative
  12. 12. TOP 5 THINGS TO DO
 in a highly effective online learning environment
  13. 13. action research in groups https://www.edsurge.com/news/ 2016-04-27-how-to-keep-the-human- element-in-online-classes http://teachonline.ca/sites/default/ files/pdfs/ the_10_fundamentals_of_teaching_onl ine_for_faculty_and_instructors_- _september_2016.pdf
  14. 14. https://elearningindustry.com/7- tips-create-perfect-elearning- conditions http://blog.blackboard.com/ student-engagement-strategies- motivate-online-learner/
  15. 15. what would you ADD what would you SUBTRACT
  16. 16. YOUR
 course?
  17. 17. compared to RUBRIC
  18. 18. authentic problems relevancy mobile friendly ease of use push / pull feedback microlearning / badges ESSENTIALS
  19. 19. what are your AUTHENTIC PROBLEMS
  20. 20. FEEDBACK
  21. 21. assessment as learning, not evaluation interactive learning opportunities students self-evaluate lots of formatives start with end in mind
  22. 22. “Spending large quantities of valuable time chasing after a small percentage of cheaters can quickly lead to diminishing returns.” Simonson, Smaldino, Albright, and Zvacek, 2011
  23. 23. Keep percentage of grade tied to online quizzes and exams low ramdomize test questions & answers design exams as open-book
  24. 24. Safe-Assign / Turnit In limited window for completion un-Googleable questions
  25. 25. what works FOR YOU
  26. 26. Assessing Student Outcomes in an Online Environment goo.gl/ITM9K0
  27. 27. MICRO
 CREDENTIALS stackable
  28. 28. USE TECHNOLOGY? how should I
  29. 29. use technology to 
 ENHANCE lesson content use technology to ENABLE collaboration use technology to EXCHANGE feedback use technology to EMPOWER students 1 2 3 4
  30. 30. zoom.us
  31. 31. 10 minute expert
  32. 32. inquiry based collaborative small group or individual in class or homework
  33. 33. LONG
  34. 34. SHORT
  35. 35. what can a Hyperdoc LOOK LIKE? goo.gl/RQbX8V
  36. 36. VIDEOS interactive
  37. 37. http://vizia.co/videos/449a0da0d5565f75ac897d/share
  38. 38. REALITY Virtual
  39. 39. YOU ADAPT THIS? how might
  40. 40. YOUTUBE 360
  41. 41. WITHIN
  42. 42. TWITTER hashtag confort level?
  43. 43. #sschat
  44. 44. live twitter chat slow twitter chat book chat TWITTER CHATS
  45. 45. tweetchat.com
  46. 46. find your BUDDIES
  47. 47. GLENN WIEBE glennwiebe.org glennw@essdack.org @glennw98

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