#EDCI339 Twitter Chat

A list of some of my favorite #EDCI339 tweets from our twitter chat: How the #EDCI339 Twitter Chat connects to our Learning Outcomes:  explore and engage with current literature on the distributed and open education movement examine and reflect upon the potential for equitable access for all learners in online and open learning contexts develop an awareness of the potential of human-centered...
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Professional Learning Network

Why I decided to build a PLN: Link to my Professional Twitter Account: Here is one of the tweets that I added to the #EDCI339 Twitter Steam. Why I chose to post this Tweet:  I fully intend to keep building my PLN to build my resources and knowledge in the educational sphere, connect with other teachers, and learn about the technology used in classrooms. How this connects to our Course Learning...
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Final Blog Post

How can teachers effectively build relationships by encouraging safe communication and interactions in K-12 online & open learning spaces? What did you already know, what do you know now based on the course readings and activities, what do you hope to learn? Here is a link to my original blog post: Links to the 2 other completed blog posts: Why a Safe Classroom Community is important: Human...
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Kirby Blog Response #3

HELLO KIRBY!! The first thing I noticed before reading is how wonderful you were able to layout your blog post. Three readings, three sections, and you were able to pick out all of the important information from all of them. That’s awesome! For your first reading, I really liked how you included a definition of the UDL. I personally have not known the 'actual' definition of UDL until this...
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Timm Blog Response #3

Timm! I really enjoyed your blog post because it was very informative and quite multimodal (which is my favorite). I thought it was very nice how you included a definition of equity in your blog post. It makes sure that all readers are on the same page of what you are talking about. I want to point out a specific quote in your first paragraph because it means a lot to my teaching belief. " a...
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Leona Blog Response #3

Good Evening Leona! While reading your blog, I noticed our blog posts contain a lot of the same quotes and ideas from our readings! Which I think is great. It means we are both picking out valuable information. In particular to your blog post, it was really helpful that you included a definition of equity. When asked, a lot of people can not correctly give a definition of equity and I think that...
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Webinar with Dr. Randy LaBonte and Dr. Micheal Barbour

Link to the Differences between Online and Open Learning:  How this Webinar connects to our Course Learning Outcomes:  “Develop an awareness of the potential of human-centered learning in online and open learning context” “Explore and engage with current literature on the distributed and open education movement” “Critically reflect on and articulate concepts around modality,...
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Individual Blog #3:

How can you ensure equitable access to authentic, meaningful & relevant learning environments for all learners in K-12 open and distributed learning contexts?  Equity Definition: Equity in education is often viewed as equivalence or sameness. In school education, an ‘equitable’ system could be defined as one in which all students are treated equally – for example, a system in which all...
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EDCI 339 Group Learner Persona Project

Chart:   Question:  Answers (In Note Form)  Describe your persona See the profile below Will this student be learning all online, blended, with support … Describe the “mediums” in which this persona might be learning.  Where would learning be asynchronous or synchronous? Why?  Blended – the child will be in class when he is able. But the reality is that he will be learning from...
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Timm Blog Response #2

Timm! Awesome blog post! So much information and connections to your life. The first aspect of your blog post to jump out at me while reading, again, was your cover photo. Not your computer set-up this time, but instead your decorated infographic. I really like how you were able to divide your infographic up into pictures, your previous knowledge, and what the teacher's job is as an online...
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