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Topics, Techniques, and Tools in Education, Educational Technologies, and Instructional Design

 

Working together using this wiki 

A successful wiki assignment requires collaboration and trust within the learning community. Our entire class is going to provide information to this wiki that will ultimately be accessible and beneficial to everyone.

 

Editing the Wiki

You can add comments and content to a page, see what people have changed, and edit all that you see. All members of our learning community have the same access.   Only one person can edit a page at a time, so please be courteous; only go into edit mode on a page if you are ready to contribute since the edit feature will be unavailable to your classmates for that page while you are editing (to prevent over-writes). Contact me at once if you experience any major difficulties; I have a log of all activity for the whole site and I can access an archive and reverse to previous saves if necessary.

 

To contribute to a page, click on the Edit tab at the top of the page and take it away. Be creative with the presentation of your information! Add pictures and web links that make it more interesting (you can also insert links to video sites like YouTube). 

 

The tables below shows the assigned responsibilities for the project. 

 

Responsibilities of Roles

Primary Writer: Follow the rubric

 

1st Editor: Read the document for completeness.  Check for grammar.  Check all links.  Confirm proper APA formatting. Make sure the writing for this topic has one "voice" even though there are multiple contributors. Communicate your findings to the Primary Writer. Repeat this after the 2nd Editor contributes.

 

2nd Editor: Add to what was provided by the Primary Writer by integrating one additional related fact or piece of information on the topic.  Your contribution should include a web source, document link, or embedded video.  Include a resource citation and image if necessary.

 

You can sort by column by clicking on the heading of a column. 

Topic

Primary

Writer

1st

Editor

2nd Editor

Suggested By

Accessible Electronic Content Laws (such as 508/504)

Sally 

Bobby 

Candice 

 

Action Research

Cliff 

Carlos 

Sally 

 

Andragogy in Online Environments

Kyla 

Tammie

Jenna

Kyla

Bandura's Social Learning Theory

Candice

Elizabeth 

Richard

 

Educational Gaming and Simulation

Justin 

Richard

Gina 

Justin

Educational Scaffolding

Gihan 

Henry 

Kyla 

 

Evaluation (Summative and Formative) vs. Assessment

Carlos 

Jenna 

Steve 

 

Graphic Organizers

Jenna 

Cliff 

Gihan

Lisa

Graphical User Interface (GUI) Considerations for K12 Learning Environments

Jeremy S.

Jeremy C.

Jason 

Jeremy

Inquiry-Based Learning

Elizabeth 

Gina 

Michael

Demoree 

Instructional Design

Bobby 

Sara 

Tammie 

Bobby

iPods as an Educational Tool

John 

Sarah 

Henry 

John

K-12 Class Websites as an Educational Tool

Henry 

Theresa 

John 

Henry

Learning Objects

Sarah 

Steve 

Justin

 

Metacognition and Reflection

Jeremy C.

Jason 

Sara 

 

Multimodal Teaching/Learning

April 

Michael

Theresa 

 

Podcasting in K-12 Classrooms

Anthony 

Sally 

Cliff 

Anthony, Sally, Cliff, Jenna

Screen Capture as an Educational Tool

Theresa 

Jeremy S.

Amanda 

Teresa

Service Learning as Part of the Curriculum

Sara 

John 

Chris 

 

Skype as an Educational Tool

Gina 

Justin 

Bobby

Gina

Social Bookmarking as an Educational Tool

Raymond 

Kyla 

Jeremy S.

Raymond

Transfer of Learning

Michael

Raymond

Elizabeth 

 

Twitter as an Educational Tool

Chris 

Anthony 

Sarah 

Chris

Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

Jason 

Amanda

Jeremy C.

Jason

Use of Technology to Teach Movement/Technique (Dance, Sports, Acting, etc.)

Edana

 Candice 

Raymond 

Edana, Candice

Video/Film as an Educational Tool

Steve 

 Chris

April 

Steve

Virtual Classrooms

Amanda 

Gihan 

Carlos 

Amanda, Gihan, Michael, Carlos

Virtual Field Trips

Richard

April 

Edana

Richard, April, Lisa

Web 2.0.as an Educational Tool

Tammie 

Edana

Anthony 

Tammie

 

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