“I discovered that many of the roles outlined for online instruction, were roles I already undertake with face to face instruction.” <– totally agree with you on this!
I think that we will be playing many similar roles for our modules. I agree that feedback-giver and organizer and planner are hugely important for the success of the course. You are already so great at setting up an effective schoology page and I am excited to see where you take this module. I also mentioned in my post that some of the roles are a bit difficult to play since we will still be seeing our students and in the classroom with them as they are completing parts of this module.Read More
The “Four Dimensions” case study outlined four major roles that should be fulfilled by online instructors. Within each dimension, there are more specific roles and within those roles there are specific examples of how a teacher might fulfill that role. Based on my experience in the classroom setting, I know that teachers wear many different … Continue reading Roles – McQuiddy →Read More
Your TPACK really allows me to see why you chose to do this lesson as your online module. You have so many great resources for students to use and the technology pieces you chose make sense for each part of this lesson. You have definitely worked har…Read More
Your TPACK looks great! I like the flow of your lesson. Having students watch the videos first and then use the terms in virtual labs will give them repeated exposure in different ways. The deeper learning with the research part will allow students some choice for how in-depth they want to go…nice work!Read More
Lesson Description: This lesson is being designed for students taking chemistry. Most students completing this lesson will be 11th graders but a few are in 10th or 12th grade. Students will be required to add activities from this lesson to a “Forensic Science” ThingLink created during an earlier lesson. The majority of this lesson will … Continue reading TPACK – McQuiddy →Read More
Great outline! You have covered all the bases and it has such a nice flow. What are the “online group practice problems” that you have planned for in-class activities for each lesson?Read More
I love the timing of this unit. It is always so hard to get this material covered before SOLs because of students being in and out of class so much. Just like Christy said, I want to steal this when it’s finished! You seem to have found some great video clips on these topics and your outline seems very detailed and organized. Nice work!Read More
Here is the updated outline…with text you can actually read 🙂 These are just some ideas….as I was typing this out, I began to think maybe I could create a tic-tac-toe type thing where they have to pick a few of these to complete rather than having them complete everything and creating a product … Continue reading McQuiddy – Outline (that →Read More
Hi! It’s late. I had a crazy busy weekend! I have a rough copy of my outline completed on my laptop but I don’t have internet connection and I REALLY might cry if I have to type it all out on my phone. I am going to attach a picture of my outline so you … Continue reading McQuiddy – Outline →Read More
I took a quick glance at the resource you shared. There were quite a few technologies listed that were new to me. I bookmarked the site so I can go back and take a closer look at some of them. Thanks for sharing!
I was also a little bit overwhelmed …