- Thus far in this course, we focused on…student engagement, collaboration, and experiences.…But now I'd like to turn our attention…to the idea of promoting student ownership…of the learning process.…Blended courses naturally encourage students…to take a stronger role…in the ownership of their own learning…by having a significant portion…of the course content delivered online…where students need to be more self-reliant…and disciplined to complete the work on their own time.…For some students, this shift may be as far…as they're ready to go,…but for others, we can encourage them to go further,…but they'll need a different set of tools.…
A program at the University of Mary Washington…called a Domain of One's Own…exemplifies this concept of student ownership…by giving students their own personal cyber infrastructure.…We've duplicated that infrastructure on stateu.org…where you can explore the system for 30 days by signing in…with your Google, Facebook, or LinkedIn account.…When you sign in,…you'll be asked to choose a sub-domain name.…
- Understanding blended learning
- Humanizing course materials
- Designing blended courses with Google Apps
- Setting up sharing on iOS and Android devices
- Capturing mobile screenshots
- Recording audio and video
- Creating a YouTube channel for sharing video
- Blending courses with an LMS
Skill Level Intermediate
Teaching Techniques: Project-Based Learningwith Dayna Laur41m 46s Intermediate
Creative Insights: Renaldo Lawrence on Elearningwith Renaldo Lawrence31m 33s Intermediate
Captivate 8: Advanced Techniqueswith Pooja Jaisingh4h 19m Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Blending with Google Apps
3. Blending with Mobile
4. Blending with Video
5. LMS and Open Blending
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