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The EDUU 609 Course Orientation

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Kimberly Greene, Ed.D.

on 21 October 2016

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Transcript of The EDUU 609 Course Orientation

EDUU 609
A course orientation to ensure you understand how our Blackboard shell serves us on this amazing educational Journey
Basic Tools:
Our Bb Class Menu Bar
Threaded Discussions
You can enter each conversation
either through either the link inside the link posted inside each individual week or through the
Discussion Board
button on the left-hand menu bar.


To complete
this orientation,
send an email your instructor. Clarify that you
have
completed this orientation and
share
your thoughts and feelings about the class as you begin this intense/exciting 8 week journey.
Inside the
Course Information
button/area
You must read our Syllabus- but no need to print it.
You must read our Course-at-a-Glance
PRINT THIS & REFER TO IT OFTEN!
You really do want to go through that
Key Rubrics
folder
You
especially
want to focus on the
Threaded Discussion Rubric
!
All the other resources inside this folder are important for you to go over and "know" they are there for you throughout the class.
Working in a Wiki
Please remember that only 1 person at a time can "Edit" any wiki page. When you are working in a wiki, please don't click the "Edit" button until you are ready to write/type/edit/upload your picture/add a hot link/... and then do click "Submit" as soon as you are done.

Here is a quick tutorial of how to work in a wiki:
Journals
Each week you have a topic to reflect upon before you write down your thoughts. This "active reflection" is crucial for us as professionals working to finesse both
skill
and
understanding
(notice I didn't say
knowledge
- that is purposeful- don't worry- we'll be discussing that soon enough).

Each person has his/her own wiki page to use as a journal; you use the same "page" every week so that you are crafting a living artifact of your growth throughout the course. Do not create a new wiki page; simply add the Week # and Date either above or below your existing writing/musings/thoughts/...

Each week you are to read the posting of a peer and leave a meaningful comment (feedback) via the Comments link at the bottom of the page. Please do
NOT
write
ON
another person's page-
use the Comments
!
Choice Books
You need to select your Book of Choice as soon as possible and begin reading it so you are ready to be meaningfully engaged in crafting your artifact throughout Week 4.

This project takes the place of a course mid-term.

You must use the rubric as you craft your deliverable. Please take advantage of the creative component. You have a great deal of freedom within the structure of the assignment and the more you put into this- the more you'll get out of it.
BU & SOE
Resources &
Policies
Crucial
Class
Info! Examine
ALL
here!
WEEKLY
Reflection
Work
Each Week
is
mostly
self-contained, but you will find "links" to different resources (such as Wikis or Threaded Discussion forums)
MIDTERM Project
(takes the place of an exam)
LiveText
link for our Week 8 Signature Assignment paper


A short-cut to each week's Threaded Discussion & your Student Lounge
My URL & contact info
ALWAYS
CHECK!!
Please carefully read through the rubric for this work!

Our weekly conversations- focused on your authentic, constructivist engagement with your own A, B, & C domains alongside those of your fellow classmates, are one of the most powerful elements of this course.
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