All Blog Posts Tagged 'online' (124)

Reform Symposium 29-31 July 2011

Added by Shamblesguru (Chris Smith) on July 28, 2011 at 2:12am — No Comments

e-Portfolios: Networking Across Continents

Cross-posted from TechChange Blog



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Whether you think of HTML as a familiar friend or a terrifying alien monster, we can all agree that sometimes code just takes too much time.  In an attempt to help a friend build her web presence, and …

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Added by Nicholas Carl Martin on May 12, 2011 at 9:01am — No Comments

Increasing Student Engagement in the Credit-Recovery Online Classroom

As a teacher, I can increase graduation rates of my students by increasing engagement in learning, especially when it applies to at-risk learners (Archambault, 19). So, as a brand new online teacher, I felt it was within my education, training, and scope to attempt to increase engagement in my online classroom.



Yesterday I contacted 34 disengaged students with a personalized letter inviting them to come back to the online classroom and turn in an assignment. Within 24 hours, 10 of…

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Added by Rashel Fitchett on February 8, 2011 at 7:30pm — No Comments

A Handsy Wrestling Match: Week 1

What a wild ride it’s been! The past week has proved both exciting and challenging. Becoming an online teacher is not for the faint of heart. Not if you are becoming an online teacher in a company as fast-growing as Aventa Learning.



After spending a couple weeks eating up my Mentor's online courses, I tip-tapped my fingers, charged and waiting at the gate, for my first course to open up. The training program was so complete and the time I was given to review another teacher’s…

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Added by Rashel Fitchett on January 7, 2011 at 8:55am — No Comments

Inverting Learning

I came across an interesting article recently on a unique approach to teaching called “inverted learning.” According to the author, Meris Stansbury, this instructional model involves “mak[ing] the students the focus of the class, not the teacher, by having students watch a lecture at home and then apply the lesson with the teacher in the classroom.”… Continue

Added by Shawn Roner on January 5, 2011 at 10:18pm — No Comments

The Mentor & Mentee Experience

After being transferred from a Part-Time to a Full-Time Teacher position at Aventa Learning, I was wisked off to meet my mentor. I had been itching to meet this person since the day I had finished my Teacher Training Course, which I had completed 10 days ahead of schedule, resulting in lots of nothing-to-do-but-self-teach time. I spent my "down-time" well, making Avatars and practicing using Sparkling Text for my online classroom Announcements Page, but I didn't want to just focus on the…

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Added by Rashel Fitchett on December 28, 2010 at 4:28pm — No Comments

From Screening To Interview

I wasn't expecting my "interview" to actually be a screening call, but that is exactly what happened. A human resource specialist called me at a predesignated hour and day and made it clear this contact was a screening call she would hand over to supervisors at Aventa Learning, to which end, I MAY receive a callbackand. She went on to ask me a set of pointed questions: What did I think was the biggest barrier to an online student's learning? Why did I want to become an online educator? And…

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Added by Rashel Fitchett on December 8, 2010 at 9:53pm — No Comments

Landing An Interview With KC Distance Learning

I've been trying to land a job with KC Distance Learning for over a year. My interest in online education began three years ago, when I chose to homeschool my oldest child who had recently been given an IEP and was still not doing so hot in the classroom. Since I was a teacher and had just recently left my position due to a relocation, I was jobless and needing a focus. I decided to take on the education of my own child and after careful research into the world of homeschool curriculum I…

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Added by Rashel Fitchett on December 7, 2010 at 12:00am — No Comments

Teaching About Thanksgiving - Top 3 Websites from LessonGateway

With the Thanksgiving season fast approaching many teachers are developing lessons about both the holiday and how the Pilgrims established their settlements in Plymouth. There are numerous websites with information to help with this - here are the ones we rate as our 'Top Three'.



Teachers of younger students will appreciate…

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Added by Greg from LessonGateway.com on November 14, 2010 at 10:01am — 1 Comment

Job Satisfaction - The Key to Motivating our Children?

One of the things that most of us strike as parents - or teachers - at some stage or another, is finding a way to motivate our children in one particular area or another.



Over the last couple of weeks I have been spending a lot of time meeting and speaking to homeschool families as we have been promoting the benefits of our online subtitled… Continue

Added by Nicholas Tee on September 27, 2010 at 8:48pm — No Comments

Maintaining Children’s Attention and Improving Their Reading

I‘ve been reading a lot of questions on several Blogs and Facebook pages recently about maintaining children’s interest and attention while they are doing their schoolwork, whether it be at home, or in the classroom. At the same time I have been seeing comments about problems that parents and teachers are having with children’s lack of interest in reading. So as a parent of 2 children, I’d like to share something with you that has really helped us with our 2 children, in both areas – and at the… Continue

Added by Nicholas Tee on September 10, 2010 at 7:38am — No Comments

No One is Reading Online Content!

by Alix E. Peshette

Cross-posted from the Impetuous Geek



No one is reading online content! Yes, that's right, according to a…

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Added by Alix E. Peshette on July 27, 2010 at 5:00pm — 2 Comments

Educational Tools - iCORE

I am the only member of my Nuclear family that is not an educator, traditional or virtual - it is kismit that I have found web/graphic design work with Educational Tools Inc, creators of iCORE.



The CORE Curriculum is an online resources for educators which is a fully-aligned, web-based program that employs diverse delivery options and features targeted activities teachers can actively exercise to suit a range of

learning styles.… Continue

Added by Benjamin Brandao on June 17, 2010 at 9:30am — No Comments

Forums to enhance Jewish education through blended learning

To facilitate communication amongst Jewish teachers and teacher educators on how to enhance Jewish education through blended learning see these websites:…

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Added by Richard D. Solomon, Ph.D. on May 1, 2010 at 10:00pm — No Comments

Online Assignments are Naturally More Dynamnic - eLearningToday TV



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Added by Amanda Kenuam on April 13, 2010 at 9:00am — No Comments

Kindling Interest in the iPad

Our school uses the Blackboard CE Learning Management System, and my online philosophy courses are heavily dependent on threaded discussions.



Rather than stare at a computer screen all day, I've taken to compiling all the discussion comments, pasting them into a Word document, then sending the document to my Kindle. In a few seconds I have the complete discussion, and I can add notes and grades from my easy chair. The e-Ink screen is easy on the eyes, too.



When I'm finished,… Continue

Added by Dan Barnett on March 9, 2010 at 9:27pm — No Comments

Free K12 Education Templates

Creately for Graphic Organizers

Creately is a web-based software for creating interactive graphic organizers - Venn Diagram, Storyboard, Mind Map, Cycle Diagram, Fishbone Diagram, KWL Chart, T Chart, Y Chart and…

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Added by Charanjit on March 7, 2010 at 1:00pm — 1 Comment

Free Online Courses in Technology, Health & Safety, and Many Other Subject Areas

ALISON provides free online learning via interactive multimedia for basic and essential workplace and life skills. With registered learners in every country and territory worldwide, ALISON free learning includes, among other subjects, IT Skills,…

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Added by Jodie Jones on February 23, 2010 at 3:03pm — No Comments

New York Online Learning Update



Check out my most recent blog posts on the transformation of education in New York. The new tech plan clearly sees NY in a new direction. The RTTT application integrated virtual education in many areas. As one of the last states to embrace online learning, the transformation is interesting.


See http://www.hybridhighschool.com for links and…
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Added by Sue Palmer on February 13, 2010 at 9:43am — No Comments

Beat the Heat – Online Admissions to Engineering & Medical Colleges in India

Online College Admissions in India is Next Buzz Word





As we approach the month of March the anxiety levels will shoot higher not just for the students but for the parents as well. The 12th CBSE board exams in India kick off in March and soon after the competitive exams will takeover.…

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Added by Saumil Shrivastava on February 7, 2010 at 10:00pm — No Comments

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