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Archive for November, 2012

How quickly a semester passes! I’ve truly enjoyed getting to know each of you and I wish you luck in the future.

1. Website vote

2. TPACK Reflection

You have learned many technologies and experienced the use of technologies in a K-12 like setting. I believe that you can evaluate technological tools from both a teacher’s and students’ perspectives, which responds to the core meaning of TPACK.  In the beginning of this semester, TPACK may just like an academic term to you. However, at the end of this semester, I believe you have different understandings of TPACK. Fill out this survey to tell me your thinking and learning.

3. The end-of-course evaluation

Good luck on your finals and have a fantastic break!!

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Part One: Finish Personal Google site

We have gone through almost all the learning activities of this semester. Ideally, you have the following pages in your Google site: Home, About Me, Creating a Learning Environment, Digital Story, Social Bookmarking, TLAT1, 2, & 3.

Today, you will finish the last page–Home page.
Write an overview of what you have learned this semester and what you feel you have left to learn on the Home page. This final introduction should be at least 2 paragraphs.
Due: Nov 28, 1:10pm

Part Two: TPACK Survey

Things to do:

1. Check your Dropbox for updated scores.

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Part one: TLAT3 teaching

The group of Mathematics will teach today’s class. The rest of you will act K-12 students and follow the learning activities.

Part Two: Evaluation

If you were the K-12 students today, please fill out this observation form that is about the feedback to the teaching group.

If you were the teachers today, please fill out this peer evaluation form that is about member’s contributions to the TLAT2 & TLAT3 projects. The form is confidential.

Things to do:

1. We will have an online course on Monday (Nov. 26). You should use the class time to finish TLAT3 personal page (see the requirements). The due is Nov 26 by 1:10pm. Remember that late submission is not allowed.

2. Have a fantastic Thanksgiving holiday.

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Part one: TLAT3 teaching

The group of Science will teach today’s class. The rest of you will act K-12 students and follow the learning activities.

Part Two: Evaluation

If you were the K-12 students today, please fill out this observation form that is about the feedback to the teaching group.

If you were the teachers today, please fill out this peer evaluation form that is about member’s contributions to the TLAT2 & TLAT3 projects. The form is confidential.

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Part one: TLAT3 teaching

The group of Social Studies will teach today’s class. The rest of you will act K-12 students and follow the learning activities.

Part Two: Evaluation

If you were the K-12 students today, please fill out this observation form that is about the feedback to the teaching group.

If you were the teachers today, please fill out this peer evaluation form that is about member’s contributions to the TLAT2 & TLAT3 projects. The form is confidential

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Part one: ELA teaching

The English group will teach today’s class. The rest of you will act K-12 students and follow the learning activities.

Part Two: Evaluation

If you were the K-12 students today, please fill out this observation form that is about the feedback to the teaching group.

If you were the teachers today, please fill out this peer evaluation form that is about member’s contributions to the TLAT2 & TLAT3 projects. The form is confidential.

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Part One: Revise student page

Based on the suggestions that your group obtained on Monday, revise the student page in today’s class. Basically, the student page will include the following elements:
1. Introduction along with challenging/guiding/interesting questions in each of the learning activities that can inform students of the learning content that they will engage.
2. All the learning questions and activities among different days are connected tightly and related to each other that can help students learn the content comprehensively, thoroughly, and deeply.
3. Give students clear expectations before they use specific technology. Also, after the use of technology, give them some tasks to work on or solve in order to understand how much they learn from the technology.

Part Two: The order of TLAT3 teaching

Nov 9 (Fri): ELA
Nov 12 (Mon): Social Studies
Nov 14 (Wed): Science
Nov 16 (Fri): Math

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