Chapter 6 The Changing Face of EducationTeaching Online By: Heather Evans and Misty Moore
Back Objectives 1.) Describe online learning. Online Learning utilizes a local network (such as a school network) or the Internet for delivery of content and interaction between students and teachers as well as content 2.) Describe how online technologies are changing the ways we teach and learn. (Example: Apps, Wiki, Web pages, screencasts) 3.) Explain the difference between 100 percent online and blended learning. 100 percent is a course taught completely on the web. A blended learning environment is a traditional brick-and-mortar school and virtual school combined to offer the advantages of both schools. 4.) What is a virtual school? An institution not bound by brick-and-mortar buildings.
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Back The process you develop and tools you use to organize your day to be more efficient and productive. Answer
Back What is Time Management?
Back Refers to a type of service that allows meeting events to be shared with individuals in different locations to obtain training via the web. Answer
Back What is Web Conferencing?
Back Where eLearning classes take place and are used on networking to discuss topics, work on team projects, and check grades. Answer
Back What is a Virtual Classroom Environment?
Back Some of these require banner ads to be placed in your wiki. Answer
Back What is Hosting Sites?
Back A teacher who creates individualized lessons and engages with the learner through personal communication, feedback, and assessment, as well as provides support and encouragement. Answer
Back What is a Learning Coach?
Back This uses nontraditional methods to determine whether students have mastered the appropriate content and skill level.
Back What is Alternative Assessment?
Back In the same way that you need to keep up with content knowledge relative to your curriculum area, you also need to stay up to date with this.
Back What is Current Educational Technologies?
Back Educational practices are at this point as a result of Web 2.0 and communications tools that have brought a renewed interest in changing the dynamics of instruction.
Back What is a Tipping Point?
Back A method of instruction in which two or more teachers work together to combine their individual talents into one class or course.
Back What is Team Teaching?
Back An informal Web site consisting of time-stamped articles, or post, in a diary or journal format, usually listed in reverse chronological order.
Back What is a Blog?
Back A school with physical buildings for teachers and students to gather.
Back What is a Brick-and-Mortar School?
Back Recorded audio stored in a file on a Web site.
Back What is a Podcast?
Back The first virtual school in the nation.
Back What is Florida Virtual School?
Back Similar to interactive whiteboards used in face-to-face classrooms except these are 100 percent online and do not have as many features.
Back What is an Online Whiteboard?
Back The delivery of instruction from one location to another.