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Shift to Virtual
Janetta Gartonon 11 February 2015
Transcript of Shift to Virtual
Teaching Online & Blended Courses
Willard Public Schools
Active Learning Strategies
Course Wrap Up
Learner to Learner Interactions
Social presence establishes learners and the instructor as individuals, and helps build interpersonal relationships.
Learner to Content Interactions
Cognitive presence is the ability of learners to construct knowledge together as they engage in interactions.
Tips for Success
Use of Resources
Teacher to Learner Interactions
Teaching Presence is how the instructor facilitates the learning activities to support social and cognitive presence.
Scoring guides and checklists
Feedback from learners
Dealing with Rudeness
Inferences and Assumptions
Help discussion forum
Tech Tools Active Learning Strategies/Reflection
ePortfolio using Google Sites
Tech Tools for Scaffolding/Graphic Organizers
Tech Tools for Automated Feedback
Social Presence Tech Tools
Introductions: Voki, Blabber
Group Work: Trello, Google Docs, Wikispaces, WeVideo, Realtime Board, WhenIsGood
Synchronous Online Meetings: BigBlueButton, Wiigo
Asynchronous Discussions: Vialogues, Flipgrid
Tech Tools for Cognitive Presence
Reflection: Blogger, Google Form, ePortfolio using Google Sites
Graphic Organizers: Popplet, Mindmeister, Lucidchart, Exploreatree
Automated Feedback: Quizlet, InfuseLearning
Variety of Activities and Resources: VoiceThread, Glogster, Learnist, Diigo, easelly, Prezi, Bounce
Orientation: Camtasia, Jing, Screenleap
Communication Channels: MailChimp, Google Voice, Skype, Twitter, remind101, SpeakPipe
Feedback: AudioBoo, Vocaroo, Kaizena, Google Forms
Teaching Online and Blended Courses
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