Teaching and Learning in a Digital Age
Teaching and Learning in a Digital Age EDTECH 202
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Domenick Emmerich on Saturday October 3, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to EDTECH 202 at Boise State University taught by Terrie Wessel in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 16 views. For similar materials see /class/218019/edtech-202-boise-state-university in Education, Science at Boise State University.
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Date Created: 10/03/15
Internet and Email Telecom munications models Communications Description Example Talk to an Expert 0 Send e mail to subject area experts who have agreed beforehand to answer student questions 0 Can be used in all content areas Students will send e mail to a scientist who will answer questions and ask for a reflection back htt emissar wmedu Student to Student Communication 0 Students collect data and exchange findings with other students in other locations 0 Electronic debate Writing roulette Story Problems Two elementary classes transmit weather data and make observations about changing seasons htt wwwra ucaredu wea therz Cla ssroomto 0 Students collect data and Two classes take a pro and Classroom exchange findings with other con position towards a 1 Excha nges students in other locations property tax Initiative 0 Electronic debate 0 Story Problems Group 0 Preliminary to an in class Students prepare for an in Investigation amp assignment class debate on the bramsmrming 35kg ass399 ed tquot EP E T i3eii oer l ei students and ideas for the topic are brainstormed online position with their counterpart online htt www snor peeinn hfml bl harn Peer Tutoring 0 Students tutor other students in a subject area 0 Students may or may not be of the same age andor ability level Students in Madrid Spain tutor a Spanish 11 class in Boise Idaho wwwnwrelor 18html sc d sir59 0 Simulation 0 Similar to role playing except that student does not assume character role 0 More structure than role playing physical parameters of environment rules that must be followed feed back etc A high school economics class simulates with another class and buys and sells stock wwwsimulationscomeun Role Playing 0 Students engage in a role playing scenario researching the period creating a character and interacting electronically with other students within the framework of the scenario Students are assigned a role from Othello and interact online quotin characterquot htt webtoolscit ueduhk newsgnewslettzlearningwithro le htm Research Description Example Electronic Reference Encyclopedias htt wwwenc clo ediacom center Dictionaries Thesaurus htt me roliercom Maps htt wwwwebo ediacom Almanacs Publications Newspapers WW1 Journals mainhtm Magazines wwwwashingtonpostcomz Resources Subject Matter Sites htt romonet Electronic Texts of Public Domain Books Eyewitness Accts Specialized Info Data coections Government Data htt wwwfedstats ov Special Interest Groups Multimedia Center Graphics htt msnes n ocom Sounds htt wwwsikidscom Video Curriculum Center Lesson Activities htt wwwc berkidscom Games Software htt wwwbhamwednetedu Tutorials 1 Exercises Virtual Field Trip Museums htt wwwthinkeror Experiments htt wwwn secom Events Expeditions Classroom Netiquette Guidelines The following are guidelines for good internet quotnetiquettequot or etiquette when engaging in any form of onine communication both in the classroom and out of it Avoid hurting others feelings 0 Always be courteous Never insult anyone and don t respond to insults from others in a negative way Even if you are onlyjoking the person on the other end might not understand and become upset 0 DON T USE ALL CAPITALS IT IS CONSIDERED quotSHOUTINGquot AND IS RUDE Avoid Cultural and Language Misunderstanding 0 Avoid slang People who don t speak American English as a first language might not understand your meaning 0 Don t correct other s grammar or spelling Kindly ask the other person what they meant if you are confused 0 Avoid sarcasm and jokes Sarcasm is often misunderstood in onine communication remember the other person can t hear your voice or see your expressions Be Responsible Online 0 Never post passwords or any sensitive personal information on onine forums or email Your information can be misused by anyone who can view it onine 0 Do not download any files photos music or video without your teacher s permission or your parent s when at home Effective Communication 0 Respond promptly to email and other onine messages Show the people you are communicating with that you value their time 0 Always show your sources Don t use other people s words without showing where you got them from
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