Session Eight ~ Annotated Bibliography, Distribution Methods, & Information Sources

Session 8 Focus Tasks 1. Submit your annotated bibliography. Annotated Bibliography on the use of Gaming to Instruct English Language Learners Rationale: I elected to change my research project from the one previously proposed because I was inspired by presentations at a Society for Information Technologists and Teacher Training (SITE) conference that I recently attended. Consequently, … Continue reading Session Eight ~ Annotated Bibliography, Distribution Methods, & Information Sources

Session Seven ~ Planning for the Final Project

Option 2: Develop a Course Outline In this option you will develop an outline for an entire online (or hybrid) course. You must include: a) A brief description of the class that you are designing. This should include a discussion of the anticipated content, delivery schedule, student characteristics and instructor preferences. I will be designing an instructional … Continue reading Session Seven ~ Planning for the Final Project

Session Six ~ New Media

1. Identify three examples of a “new media”. Identify three examples of “social media”. Explain the difference between new media and social media using your examples. New Media = Multi-user gaming environments such as World of Warcraft, Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC’s), and Smart phones Fun websites that talk about Gaming and MOOC’s. They offer ideas … Continue reading Session Six ~ New Media

ETEC 674 Session Four ADA

1. What are three types of disabilities that students in a course you create might have? Explain the accommodations that you would need to provide for each. Disabilities Medium Accomodation Helpful Websites Visual Impairment Text-based resources Software that converts text to sound http://www.freedomscientific.com/Products/Blindness/JAWS   JAWS, Chrome Vox or Vis, Readspeaker, Narrator http://usabilitygeek.com/10-free-screen-reader-blind-visually-impaired-users/ Reading Disorders Text-based … Continue reading ETEC 674 Session Four ADA