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Quality Matters Standard 3: A Review

QMOver the next two weeks, we will be going over each Quality Matters Standard and pointing you towards suggested Faculty eCommons resources that apply to each standard. Today, we will continue with Quality Matters Standard 3.

QM Standard 3

Assessment strategies are designed to evaluate student progress by reference to stated learning objectives; to measure the effectiveness of student learning; and to be integral to the learning process.

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Is Access our Strategy for Equity?

A Carcast about how we might be able to focus on Access as our strategy for reaching all students and meeting their needs.

It stemmed from a roundtable on the topic of Access and Equity in 1:1 or BYOD programs, which you can find here: https://plus.google.com/events/cacm97a08ckpdbc8p2v74m89628

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Twitter chat Storify: What does it mean to lead, in a networked enterprise?

I published a Storify of the May 20 Twitter chat What does it mean to lead, in a networked enterprise? that includes discussion (and resources) focused on the following questions:

Q1: Imagine we are in a business/organization that truly embraces enterprise social networks as key to success.…

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Quality Matters Standard 2: A Review

QMOver the next two weeks, we will be going over each Quality Matters Standard and pointing you towards suggested Faculty eCommons resources that apply to each standard. Today, we will continue with Quality Matters Standard 2.

QM Standard 2

Learning objectives are measurable and are clearly stated.

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Using video to shift instruction – Part 2

After my presentation on "Using video to shift instruction" at the 7th Virtual Round Table, I kept doing more research on the topic of using video to achieve different goals. It seems to me that this is one of the areas which can really help me develop instructional lessons for my specific teaching scenario.…
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Are You Nuts? (Maybe just a little…..)

As the e-Learning Coordinator for my Board, I have the opportunity to promote online learning and build teacher capacity in this area. I have logged countless, lonely kilometers crisscrossing the Board in an attempt to work and learn with teachers and model the use of the #vLE.…

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Sliding Out through Rhizo14

I'm sliding outwards, across the boundaries and just in time. One of the most important results of Rhizo14 for me has been my connection to educational thinkers outside of North America and Western Europe, the West. In a series of articles for Hybrid Pedagogy, Maha Bali (Egypt) and Shyam Sharma (originally Nepal, now in New York, USA) tackle the issue of working with and speaking to the…
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Quality Matters Standard 1: A Review

QMOver the next two weeks, we will be going over each Quality Matters Standard and pointing you towards suggested Faculty eCommons resources that apply to each standard. Today, we will start with Quality Matters Standard 1.

QM Standard 1

Course Overview and Introduction: The overall design of the course is made clear to the student at the beginning of the course.

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Do You Have A Tenacious Verve?

In this podcast I discuss a tweet shared with me by Andrew Stillman, which he accuses me of having a tenacious verve as a convener of roundtables.

I also ask the question as to whether or not we should all have this trait within our schools and districts.…

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