Monthly Archives: February 2015

Final Project Website and Thanks!

I have finished my final project,  Intro to Teaching Online Using Moodle and the URL:  After every course in the certificate series I feel that I closer to a complete version of the course I’m developing.  It is a bigger … Continue reading

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Draft of Final Project

It’s a bit rough in its draft state, but here is my final project, a website showing the assessment bones for my first online class, Intro to Teaching Online Using Moodle.  Please feel free to poke around, send me comments, … Continue reading

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Week 6 – Assessment, New Approaches and a Trusted Model of Learning

I think the highlight of my week was finding an article that put together assessment and online learning in a powerful way.  Assessment and online learning is primed to influence learning outcomes and impact learning in classrooms and online (Prineas and Cini, … Continue reading

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Pre-Course Survey for Online Students

I am developing an online course for faculty to learn how to use Moodle and create an online course.  I have created an online survey in SurveyMonkey which faculty may use, or edit, as the pre-course survey in the online … Continue reading

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Week 5 Reflection – Working toward Final Project

We are putting together our thoughts for the final, due in two weeks.  We focused on Bloom’s taxonomy and created a taxonomy table related to online courses and technology tools as appropriate assessments.  I am amazed how thorough and relevant Bloom’s taxonomy … Continue reading

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Midterm Reflection

Our midterm project was to collaborate with two classmates and produce a technology assessment toolbox.  This is a great idea and I if I put all three toolboxes together, that’s one great toolbox!  The research was easy and so helpful, … Continue reading

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