Details for the course will be posted on the Haiku Learning Management System. This is where the majority of content will be posted and responded to. Students are expected to access this space on a weekly basis to check assignments and expectations.
From Haiku, participation and as well frequency and quality of posts will be monitored.
Each week you are required to:
You will be graded on all assignments including participation in discussions, reference to readings and quality of activities. All tasks need to be submitted in a timely manner, mindful of deadlines, in order to be included in the grading process. Please inform me if this is not possible. Frequently unsubmitted or late assignments may mean that you do not complete the course.
Your grade in the class will be based on the following:
Students are expected to be safe, respectful and responsible online and be accountable for their actions online as much as offline. This includes behaviour, language, interactions, academic honesty (including cheating, plagiarism and copyright - please use these guidelines), and overall appropriate use. All students must have signed and agree to adhere to the GWA Digital Citizenship & Acceptable Use Policy Agreement.
2. Online vs. face to face Venn Diagram
3. Collaborative Presentation of Web2.0 Tools
4. Designing an online discussion
5. Establishing an Accessible Social Presence
6. Designing a comprehensive Assessment Plan
7. Online Course Syllabus
8. Reflection: iNACOL Standards for Quality Online Teaching
Hello, I am Tony Potts, the Director of Digital Learning, PK-12 ICT Coordinator, ICT teacher and technology integration specialist at GEMS World Academy, Dubai. Please feel free to ask me ANY questions...