Dana Sirotiak
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Distance LearnIng

Started Dec 5, 2010 0 Replies

Does anyone here currently have distance learning in your school or district? I am looking to bring it to my school district and need to present to the board. Does anyone know if there is funding…Continue

Need Help Introducing Distant Learning

Started this discussion. Last reply by Christopher Casal Dec 5, 2010. 3 Replies

I have to present to my school district's Head of Curriculum and Superintendent why the district I teach in needs to incorporate distant learning. Most of the students are at risk, 50% drop out of…Continue

 

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Frank R. Conwell Middle School/7th grade AEP Social Studies Teacher
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At 8:39pm on January 26, 2011, John J Caprice said…

Hi Dana,

I am a vendor in Northern NJ...I am on thios site to provide honest advice and opinion on products and ofter get to add my 2 cents into some discussions. I am located on Lake Hopatcong and I am dreading shoveling snow tomorrow morning.

I do a lot of Educational research....If I can be of any help, advice wise...please contact me.

JJC / Visualedtech

At 8:34pm on December 31, 2010, Marco Gualotuna said…

Ones you have the proposal will you share it, because I am doing one but I need to know that I am on the proper way.

Sincerely,

Marco

At 11:21pm on September 12, 2009, Deon Scanlon said…
Try www.voicethread.com

you can do some cool stuff with that tool.

Another thing, although more time consuming than 45 minutes, would be to get students to create a presentation (about whatever topic) that uses an ONLINE application, rather than a software package (no Word or Powerpoint or Keynote!).

Let them find and choose the site they want to use (although this itself would take more than 45 minutes). It alleviates problems with saving/losing work, and it will be accessible from any computer with internet access.

Pretty much all of these kinds of sites allow you to share a link to the presentation, so the students can email you the link, then you can assess their work. They can also write a review of the site they used, so others find out about it.

For creating a wiki: wikispaces.com. Ning is great for blogging and online learning environment. You can easily upload videos in Ning, too.

Some other places to look at: slideshare, animoto, prezi, bookbuilder, coveritlive...

Good luck!
At 5:45pm on September 12, 2009, Mark Cruthers said…
Hi Dana,

With your studies in Education Technology, I recommend you take a look at Wiziq's virtual classroom and authorstream's power point presentation platform. Both are web based platforms, have a bunch of features and free basic service. Here’s a public class recording you might find of interest.

At 4:01pm on September 12, 2009, Anne Mirtschin said…
Hi Dana and welcome. I made a tutorial type video on "what is this thing called ning" if you would liketo watch it. Might help explain a bit for you. If you go to the search bar on the side, you can search for wikis and other online tools, and all the previous discussions on those tools come up. If you would like to start your own discussion, you can click on the link to discussions and add one of your own. Then, watch the responses come in. Make friends, watch the front page and you will soon get the gist of ning. It is fabulous for developing a strong personal learning network.
 
 
 

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