Kirby Blog Response #2

Kirby! First of all, your cover photo is awesome! Do you know where that is? It's so fascinating to look at. First of all, I really like how the first thing you did in your blog post was to summarize what the readings were, your previous knowledge, and how you are able to use this new knowledge to give you a new perspective and how it connects to your life. Your blog post is laid how quite nicely...
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Leona Blog Response #2

Hi Leona! First of all, I would just like to point out how nicely you were able to incorporate images from the readings, Unsplash, and class activities on your blog. It clearly shows how hard you have been working on these blog posts and participating in in-class activities. Plus, it makes the blog post look spectacular. Adding on, not only do your images make the blog post beautiful and...
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Individual Blog #2

How would you describe the historical and theoretical trends in k-12 online and distributed learning? What did you already know, what do you know now based on the course readings and activities, what do you hope to learn? Since I was in Middle School, I have always been interested in the history of the things around us and how humans learn and interact with the world around them. I found the...
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Dr. Barb Brown Webinar

Why Fostering Teacher/Student and Student/Student Relationships are Important "Fostering relationships is an important and key aspect of teaching. The most important thing you can do is create a relationship with the students because it is the foundation of learning and is critical to everything." - Dr. Barb Brown Suggested Technological Tools to Help Foster Classroom Relationships  How Does...
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Timm Blog Response #1

Hi Timm! I really enjoyed reading and looking at your blog. When I first opened your blog, I saw your home-office picture. At first, I thought it was a picture from the internet because of how awesome it is, but then I remember that drawing you did for Art Class and I realized it was your room. That is amazing. I am super jealous. The way you incorporated and connected information from previous...
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Kirby Blog Feedback #1

Kirby! I really enjoyed reading your blog. I am 100% on the same page with you about the aspect of all of my knowledge on the importance of relationships in school was from personal experience. Through my experiences in school and relationships with teachers, EA's, and students, I fully realized the benefit of having these positive relationships in my class and I am super happy we are learning...
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Leona Blog Feedback #1

Hi Leona! I loved your blog. First of all, I really liked how you included prior information and materials from Dr. Martin Brokenleg, Alan McLean, and Vygotsky in your blog and how you were able to connect them. I agree with you - the social aspect of learning and classrooms is a vital part of the learning process and I wrote that in my blog as well. Your blog is laid out perfectly. I like how...
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Individual Blog #1

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? A major belief of mine in regards to becoming a teacher is the aspect of creating a classroom community and positive relationships...
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Quizezz: Multimedia Application Review

Quizizz will be the subject of our group app evaluation. As a group, we decided on Quizizz after reviewing Leona’s app evaluation and posted our reasoning in our blogs. Quizizz is a multimedia application that allows for the creation of an interactive quiz. The app provides a multitude of options for the composition and formatting of the quiz-games. Quizizz allows for real-time group...
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Redundancy Remix

Our learning pod will review chapter 10 from Richard Mayer’s“The Cambridge Handbook of Multimedia Learning,” titled The Redundancy Principle in Multimedia Learning, written by Slava Kalyuga and John Sweller. Our review will be presented under the following headings: What is the Redundancy Principle, Evidence Obtained Outside of Cognitive load Theory, Picture/Text Redundancy, Redundancy of...
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