Here’s a Prezi based presentation by Emily Button which shows her process in planning and creating a great looking, fully functional and intuitive course that students will love. I especially like the use of checklists and auto-linked words to help students see context and know what to do next
January 9-10, 2014 at the Mid Michigan Community College Doan Campus, Mount Pleasant, Jan 9 - preconference workshops with tracks for new Moodle users and for Moodle Administrators. Pre-conference on Jan 9
After realizing that a persistent group of students was failing courses, LHS recognized that it needed a solution to help students recover credits and bolster their skills. Beginning in the summer of 2011, LHS offered students who did not pass the spring 2011 TAKS Reading and Math test the chance to take Edgenuity courses during summer school. The program was so successful that it was expanded into the following school year.
Need-to-Know-News: One HUGE Step Forward for Competency
In this ‘Need-to-Know’ blog post series my goal is to share noteworthy stories with readers that speak of need-to-know developments within higher education and K-12 that have the potential to influence, challenge and/or transform the traditional model of education.
Panel wants to end confusion over online learning standards
Seeking to bring more order to the exploding world of online college course work, state education officials and leading educational organizations Thursday released a proposal designed to speed up the expansion of “distance learning” while offering greater consumer protections for students.