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Morgan, Pamela

Page history last edited by pmorgan@crimson.ua.edu 9 years, 9 months ago

 

 

 

Topic 1, Assignment 1

 

 

Traditional Strategies Digital Strategies and Technologies
class is held in a classroom (bricks and mortar) (M) Class is held using Skype or HorizonWimba or a product like GoToMeeting
professor delivers lecture in person (M) Professor delivers lecture via podcast
Professor delivers lecture via vodcast
Professor has lecture as a document online
Professor has lecture on YouTube
Professor delivers lecture synchronously using Skype , HorizonWimba, GoToMeeting, etc.
students are passive listeners to lecture (M) Students listen to lecture via podcast
Students listen to lecture via vodcast
Students read lecture as online document
Students listen and watch lecture on YouTube
Students listen to lecture in real time on Skype or HorizonWimba, GoToMeeting, etc.
Professor gives students problem to do in class (M) Professor “tweets” problem,
Professor provides problem using a game or simulation
Professor provides problem via a blog or wiki
students engage in group problem solving (M) class contributes thoughts on a blog
Class contributes solves problem using a wiki
Students play in mulitplayer online games that have a problem to solve
Professor “tweets” problem real time, students respond with tweets using mobile devices on how to solve problem.  Class can see the tweets as they occur and respond.
Class works on document in Google Docs
students apply knowledge to a problem (Implied) Students create tutorial showing how to solve a problem, students play a game or simulation, applying knowledge to solve a problem
Students create podcast, stating their problem solving process
Students document problem solving via a film
class takes notes (M) Class takes notes on a laptop
Class members “tweet” the class, all tweets unified by a hashtag (e.g. #csm570) using mobile devices
Class members blog the class


Students read books (M) Students read ebooks, electronic reserves (both book chapters and journal articles), websites, blogs
Students listen podcasts
Students watch videos on YouTube
students spend out of class time on class materials (M) Students read ebooks, electronic reserves (both book chapters and journal articles), websites, blogs
Students listen podcasts
Students watch videos on YouTube
Professor asks questions and waits for response (M) Professor poses question on a blog or wiki and asks students respond in comments section
Professor tweets question and students respond on twitter
Professor posts question using IM or SMS and students respond
students are given tests (M) Students are given tests online
Professor supplements lecture by writing/diagraming on chalkboard (implied) use of interactive whiteboard
use of laptop hooked to large television screen
Professor uses cloud computing to diagram
Professor uses tools in a course management system to diagram
Students talk to professor outside of class (M) Students skype with professor
Students IM with professor
Students Tweet with professor
Students email with professor
Students discuss subject with peers to create meaning (M) Students discuss subject via a listserv, blog comments, wiki comments, tweets, IM, cloud computing
Professors assign short assignments (M) Professors assign those same short assignments in a Course Management System, such as eLearning
Tests are ones that can be graded by a computer (M) Online quizzes
Students provide feedback to faculty (M) Online polling such as Doodle
Students reflect on course lecture in class (M) Students take a few moments to write a short blog entry/ wiki post about lecture using computer or mobile device
Professor has to see if class understands lecture (I) Clickers, students click if they do not understand
Professor gives students time to reflect (M) Students reflect on a wiki or blog or via cloud computing.
Students record podcasts of reflections using mobile device
Professor displays instructions on overhead projector (M) use of interactive whiteboard
use of laptop hooked to large television screen
Professor uses cloud computing to diagram
Professor uses tools in a course management system to diagram
Professor models independent learning activities (M) Professor models learning activities on a tutorial or video on YouTube
Class writes down questions (M)
Students pose questions on Twitter
Students pose questions via IM or other SMS
Students pose questions on a discussion board
Students pose questions using chat feature of Skype or Course Management System chat feature
Class members ask each other questions (M) Students pose questions on Twitter
Students pose questions via IM or other SMS
Students pose questions on a discussion board
Students pose questions using chat feature of Skype or Course Management System chat feature
Students review and exchange notes  about lecture(M) Class members collectively/collaboratively synthesize tweets on blog/wiki/cloud computing document

Class members collectively/collaboratively synthesize notes on blog/wiki/cloud computing document
Professor uses games and/or simulation (M) Professor uses online games and simulations
Professor uses movable seating or makes most of fixed seating (M) professor assignes groups for a blog, wiki, cloud computing project
Professor has Skype groups

 

PART 2

 

 


Go back to your original list of digital strategies and put them in their proper categories.  Some strategies will be in more than one category

PART 2

 

F2f
Blended
Online
Course Management System Course Management System Course Management System
Clickers Clickers  
  Course Management System interactive features, such as diagramming tools, chat, presentation rooms Course Management System interactive features, such as diagramming tools, chat, presentation rooms
interactive whiteboards interactive whiteboards  
online tests online tests online tests
online games and simulations online games and simulations online games and simulations
Online polling such as Doodle Online polling such as Doodle Online polling such as Doodle
use of laptop hooked to television screen use of laptop hooked to television screen  
Voice Over IP Voice Over IP Voice Over IP
Streaming video (e.g. YouTube) Streaming video (e.g. YouTube) Streaming video (e.g. YouTube)
Blogs and Blogging (by individuals or groups) Blogs and Blogging (by individuals or groups) Blogs and Blogging (by individuals or groups)
Screen sharing (provided laptops are in classroom) Screen sharing
Screen sharing
Electronic books, journals, and documents
Electronic books, journals, and documents Electronic books, journals, and documents
  Twitter and “tweeting”
Twitter and “tweeting”
Online tutorials Online tutorials Online tutorials
Cloud computing Cloud computing Cloud computing
Wikis (as both knowledge creation tool and resource) Wikis (as both knowledge creation tool and resource) Wikis (as both knowledge creation tool and resource)
Instant Messaging Instant Messaging Instant Messaging
Social bookmarking Social bookmarking Social bookmarking
Web sites as information resource Web sites as information resource Web sites as information resource
Podcasts Podcasts Podcasts
Instant Messaging Instant Messaging Instant Messaging
Electronic Mail Electronic Mail Electronic Mail
Mobile Computing Mobile Computing Mobile Computing
Laptops Laptops Laptops
SMS/Texting SMS/Texting SMS/Texting
Discussion Boards Discussion Boards Discussion Boards

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comments (2)

pmorgan@crimson.ua.edu said

at 9:04 am on Feb 25, 2011

Note to self: Blended learning combines f2F elements with some online activities

pmorgan@crimson.ua.edu said

at 9:07 am on Feb 25, 2011

blend in class activities with online activities

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