Tag Archives: blended learning

List of Student and Teacher Expectations for Online Courses

Updated 6/8/20 What you can expect from your Instructor: I’ll reply to your questions within 24-48 hours except during holidays or weekends. I’ll provide clear and concise instructions and exercises for you to follow. I’ll return graded assignments within two weeks from the due date. I’ll monitor discussions to clarify students’ postings, highlight good or interesting comments and ideas, provide

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Collection of My Best e-Learning Blog Posts

  I’ve been blogging since 2010.  I noticed I had 73 blogs listed in the category for e-Learning.  Here’s a collection of my best effort to help others understand how to improve online learning and their professional online image as an eLeader. Face-to-Face to Online Course Development Checklist From Face-to-Face Teaching to Blended Format How to Make Your Online Course

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3 Tips for Educators Transitioning from F2F to Blended Format

This blog was updated 2/23/20. Based on a meta-analysis of 99 online learning studies, the blended format offers the best learning situation (USDOE, 2009). “Instruction combining online and face-to-face elements had a larger advantage relative to purely face-to-face instruction than did purely online instruction” (USDOE, 2009, p. xv). Unique affordances particular to the blended model include meeting with the students

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Please provide feedback on my critical reading course

Dear Teachers, This summer, I’ll be teaching a group of pre-med students how to speed read and improve their comprehension. The students consist of native English speakers who are part of a summer enhancement program called DREAM. We’ll spend 4 hours a week on the subject, so I have time to integrate technology. I created a wiki with the online

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Use Voki to bring someone else’s voice to your grammar lesson

In preparation for an advanced ESL grammar lesson, I wanted to integrate technology in a simple way. Usually the teacher is the one giving the examples. I had used Voki.com before to give a one-liner to visitors to my wiki. It dawned on me that I could use several Vokis to deliver one-liner grammar examples. I believe if you want

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We created a Wiki for our TESOL Intersection Presentation

How can 7 people plan a presentation for a TESOL Intersection?  By using Google Docs, wikis, emails, and Skype.  If you can’t make it to our TESOL 2011 presentation, you can visit our wiki and see all the details.  This intersection is between the Computer-assisted Language Learning (CALL-IS) and Elementary Education Interest Sections.  Additionally, you can hear the webcast recording

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