Jenny Ankenbauer
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  • Houston, TX
  • United States
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Houston Community College
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Distance Educator, residing in Turkey, teaching in Houston.

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At 1:02am on December 14, 2009, Jenny Ankenbauer said…
We use Blackboard Vista and another software named Softchalk, to create the modules. There is a great deal of focus placed on the discussion board interaction as well as the team huddle rooms. We expect students to engage in the material both on the theoretical and practical levels. This success is beginning to be seen in these draft modules: Student Learning- (metacognition, cognition and skill development) Assessment: (standard, performance and "constructivist") and Instuctional Technology in the Classroom: (the use of Web 2.0 technologies and other "low-threshold" technologies as well). I would love to share some of the student projects but I would need permission first. It will become more effective than a FtF course because of the tech and demands of student higher order thinking skills.
At 12:56am on December 14, 2009, Jenny Ankenbauer said…
At HCC we have an Alternative Teaching Certification Program that certifies teachers who have come into education via the non-traditional teaching training program. The requirements are that the candidate holds a bachelors and completes an 18 month field experience monitored by content specialists and faculty instructors. I am a curriculum designer and instructor in the program. Beginning in fall, 2009, we set a goal of making the online pedagogy course more interactive by designing modules that put students in teams working on authentic grade level content mateiral. This portion of the program is completely online and does not require students meet in the physical sense, so linking students from across the city (in your case territory) is easily achieved. The p
At 2:23pm on December 13, 2009, Anne Mirtschin said…
Hello Jenny and welcome to classroom2.0 I teach secondary students in a small rural school in Australia. We find it difficult to attract student teachers to conduct teaching rounds in our school as we are so distant from univeristies and accommodation is lacking. Therefore, I am about to work with Country Education Project who are committed to looking after small country schools and keep their education viable, and a university to look at virtual teaching rounds for their education students. Is this something that you are involved in and if so, how do you go about it? What online tools do you use etc? Any help would be much appreciated.


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