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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Evaluate 2 – Data Driven Instruction & Analysis

How might the teacher adjust the course in the future based on the previous activity of these students? What uses does data have for online instruction? What advantages do teachers who utilize data have over those that do not? This lesson provided several sample data images from a hypothetical teacher. I will share my analysis …

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Evaluate 1 – Quality Feedback

One of the expressive assignments for my ASL students was for the students to describe a person using ASL. Students were given the project requirements which included gender, physical characteristics and clothing. One student, eager to go above and beyond, chose a very challenging picture to describe. Since she presented the project live in class, …

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Evaluate 1 – Formative Assessments

Reflect: Consider the best means of developing and delivering assessments, projects, and assignments that meet standards-based learning goals and assess learning progress by measuring student achievement of learning goals. Answer: How might a teacher employ ways to formatively assess student readiness for course content and method of delivery? Artifact: To demonstrate this, create a formative …

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