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  • ...tional Dropout Prevention Center recommended [[Effective Use of Self-paced Learning in the Classroom Environment]] (designed by Roger Wistar). (More... [[Arch ...esses of learning design to create an online mini-course targeting teacher learning of a high-need topic, which may focus on a new pedagogical approach, a subj
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  • ...ors on creating and fostering the discourse that takes place in the online learning community, focusing on asynchronous courses for college instructors. ...623/Learning+Communities+in+the+Classroom], and extending the focus of the learning community to the online environment in higher education, particularly the d
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  • ===Online/blended learning group=== ...nded_Learning_Activities | Developing Learning Communities Through Blended Learning Activities]]
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  • (a) Instructional Case: designing a lesson plan implementing one of the new learning approaches/tools (see the list at [[index by class]]) in your classroom (if ...change their mindset in line with new research findings (e.g. learning as collaborative and creative knowledge building)
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  • *Bielaczyc, K., & Collins, A. (1999). Learning communities in classrooms: A reconceptualization of educational practice. I ...ng.berkeley.edu/bgd/collaborative.html]. [https://writix.co.uk/blog/active-learning-strategies A new link for this source, updated on November 8, 2021]
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  • '''[[Image:arr.GIF]] Return to [[Unit 1: The Learning Community and Online Discourse]]''' [[Image:pin.gif]]'''E-Lecture, Unit 1: The Learning Community, Discourse, and the Instructor's Role'''
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  • Hiltz, S. (1998). Collaborative learning in asynchronous learning networks. In Webnet 98 World Conference of the WWW, Internet, and Intranet ...on boards, weblogs and the development of communities of inquiry in online learning environments. Presented December, 2004 at ASCILITE Conference in Perth, Aus
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  • Link back to home page for [[Interactive and Collaborative Learning Environments]]<br> Andrade, H. G. (2000). Using rubrics to promote thinking and learning. ''Educational Leadership, February 2000'', 14-18.
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  • Link back to home page for [[Interactive and Collaborative Learning Environments]] ...ctive learning is a prerequisite to understanding paired and collaborative learning.
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  • Link back to home page for [[Interactive and Collaborative Learning Environments]] ...incorporated into this form of collaboration. One way to implement paired learning is to have students work together on equal levels as students investigating
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  • ...ols for students to not only show their best work, but also show how their learning growth has occurred. As you read the definitions and requirements of a po ...s school year could also be included. Another important addition, would be collaborative student work that otherwise would not be able to be included in each partic
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  • This is a collaborative project of ...nds itself to serve as an environment in which constructivist teaching and learning may occur.
    6 KB (913 words) - 14:52, 24 July 2020
  • ...ored learning style. You will be learning about the definition of anchored learning and the relationship with Jaspers' materials. The self assessment will be t # They provide context for collaborative learning
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  • ...shot above is from a recent Instructional Design class at SUNY Albany. The collaborative space, the evolution of ideas, and therefore the building of knowledge is e
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  • ...====''Foreign Language ''====Another example of a Cognitive Apprenticeship learning environment. Click here [http://www.wcer.wisc.edu/step/ep301/Fall2000/Tocho ...dia, 2007)====<font color="#6600cc">''Learning Activity''</font>====Of the learning models and examples that you have review. Select two and compare them. Then
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  • == Inquiry Learning Forum -- [[User:Caitlin Donahue|Caitlin Donahue]] 17:34, 20 October 2008 (E ...that allows members to find and share lesson plans, discuss inquiry-based learning, watch videos of other teachers, and develop a personalized professional de
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  • ''Learning objective'' for Unit 1: ...ike science fiction to imagine collaborative spaces on theInternet. Today, collaborative websites have proliferated: blogs (Blogger), social networking (Facebook or
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  • ...exts of education. These resources may be used by individuals for personal learning or by groups/institutions to organize professional development activities. == Collaborative Learning==
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  • ===Learning objectives for this unit=== ...ike science fiction to imagine collaborative spaces on theInternet. Today, collaborative websites have proliferated: blogs (Blogger), social networking (Facebook or
    3 KB (434 words) - 13:45, 15 August 2019
  • Supported by the NSF, it is a free online science learning environment Using the WISE system, students engage in learning about and responding to contemporary scientific issues by designing, debati
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