Evaluate Reflection

iNacol, the International Association for Online Learning, publishes Standards for Quality Online Teaching. Consider the following standards: Standard D: The online teacher promotes student success through clear expectations, prompt responses, and regular feedback. Standard G: The online teacher demonstrates competencies in creating and implementing assessments in online learning environments in ways that ensure validity and …

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Evaluate 3 – Self Reflection

Artifact: Submit evidence of reflection on your individual teaching abilities. Include artifacts, evaluation feedback, your own reflections, e-portfolio links, professional growth plans and anything else that showcases introspection into strengths and weaknesses as an online educator and document all in your individual blog..   This is my summative assessment for 2015-2016 school year. Upon reflection, …

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Evaluate 3 – Personalized Teaching and Learning

Artifact: Provide sample data from student results for a course within your field. The data can be entirely theoretical and written out in text form. Create: Examine your sample student performance data. Create an action plan that you would implement in your classroom to personalize teaching and learning.  Provide both a class and individual approach …

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Create Reflection

Consider the following standards: Standard B: The online teacher understands and is able to use a range of technologies, both existing and emerging, that effectively support student learning and engagement in the online environment. Standard C: The online teacher plans, designs, and incorporates strategies to encourage active learning, application, interaction, participation, and collaboration in the …

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Create 4 – Aggregating Lesson Material

Research: As discussed throughout the quest, collecting or curating learning objects, resources, and learning material enriches the e-learning environment. Research and identify two tools that can be used to aggregate and present learning material, other than the two mentioned in the lesson. Link to the two tools in your blog. Answer: Thinking about instructional design, …

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Create 3 – Locating Resources

Research: Locate one online image designated as an open educational resource. Locate one online text object designated as an open educational resource. Locate one online video designated as an open educational resource.    Artifact: Post the three links to the resources located above and give proper citations. Common Errors by Young Children Acquiring a Sign …

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Create 3 – Fair Use and TEACH Act

Answer: How might an online or blended classroom teacher use Fair Use when gathering resources for educational purposes? What observations have you made about Fair Use and the TEACH Act and how has it changed your approach to finding reliable content for your students? When gathering resources for educational purposes, teachers are able to use …

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