Distance Learning, Ch. 7 - learning through telecommunications

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Distance Learning, Ch. 7 - learning through telecommunications 저자: Mind Map: Distance Learning, Ch. 7 - learning through telecommunications

1. - synchronous - blended - asynchronous

2. Setting up distance learning:

2.1. Facilitate learning experiences that engage studenst

2.2. Model and promote learning and responsibility for independent and collaborative work.

2.3. Engage learners in active participation with you and with each other.

3. Copyright and Fair Use in Distance Learning

3.1. Inform students of copyright protections.

3.2. Ensure that course materials are accessible only to enrolled students and expunged after the course.

3.3. Some materials may be scanned if not available in digital form.

3.4. Students need to purchase textbooks, digital materials, or other media.

3.5. Off-air recordings may not be altered from their original content.

3.6. Always link to a homepage of a website rather than a location within a website.

4. Strategies and Approaches

4.1. Prepare an instructional video for students on how to complete a task.

4.2. Students collaborate in groups on a topic.

4.3. Students and teachers can provide live recorded voice, music, and other sounds.

4.4. Ensure connected materials are available either online or through the library.

4.5. Include videos related to content.

4.6. Provide question and answer activities.

4.7. Provide structured activities, testing, independent and group work.

4.8. Provide avenues for peer-tutoring.

5. Deliver information through podcasts, conference calls, one-way videos, and videoconferencing.

6. Critical Issues

6.1. Security

6.1.1. Don't allow students to post personal identifying information. Students should use the school's address, not their own, if needed.

6.1.2. Obtain parental permission prior to posting a child's photo or work.

6.1.3. Have a policy in place addressing contact by outsiders with students.

6.2. Monitoring student use

6.2.1. Ensure that students are not purposely or accidentally accessing inappropriate information. Keep the lines of communication safe and open so students may tell you if they saw something inappropriate. Software, like Snapture, may filter sites so students can go to a "copy" of a site without actually visiting inappropriate content on the site..

6.3. Acceptable use policies

6.4. Netiquette

7. Advantages

7.1. Variety of media, up-to-date information, idea exchange, convenient communication, interactive, extra/advanced resources, and remediation/course recovery,

8. Limitations

8.1. Inappropriate material, copyright, finding information, technical support, lack of quality control, cost, intimidation, limited experience using the systems.

9. Distance Resources

9.1. Webquests

9.2. Computer conferencing

9.3. Connect with parents online

9.4. Connect with other teachers online

9.5. Connect with communities online (i.e. virtual field trip to zoo or botanical garden).

9.6. Students can take tests on the internet. One I often used was Flubaroo through Google docs. It provided instant feedback to students and to me.

10. Search Engines for Kids

10.1. Askkids.com, Kidsclick.org, Kids.Yahoo.com

11. Use selection rubric at the back of the book to evaluate resources.

12. The Future

12.1. Augmented reality