I created my module and came up with effect activities to use for an Introduction to the Crucible. I was able to find videos and articles off of the internet to coincide with my instruction, as well as create meaningful online discussions and assessments to track student growth.
What feedback would you appreciate from your colleagues and me?
Feedback requests from you and my colleagues can be seen in prior blog posts regarding the same question.
What did you learn in the process of developing this project?
Time management. Outside of this, I learned the importance of differentiating instruction as well as the importance of technology in and outside of the classroom. A lot of thinking goes into the design and implementation of creating online activities. The T-pack assignment, while frustrating at the beginning, proved to be useful in actually thinking about not only the assignment but the tools and technology as well and how they all play together to create meaningful lessons.
How should I evaluate your project? According to this criteria, how would you evaluate your final project?
I would just evaluate the module on whether or not we created something students can use and access online. I feel my module went from an actual “online class” to a glorified webquest for a hybrid class (which I’m ok with). I think the module follows my original intent and structure as mapped out in previous blogs regarding my thoughts and game-plan.