In addition, we also need to think about how we will get our students online (conveniently) and what our students need to know in order to be successful with the online learning experience. There are many ways to do this, but I'd like to focus on three different methods of organizing online learning experiences. Tonight, we'll look at the following: a Word document, www.weebly.com, and www.wikispaces.com. Depending on your students and the type of learning experience, you could choose one of these tools.
Here are a few questions I want you to think about when planning online learning experiences:
- What do your students need to know before going online?
2. How will you get your students to "dig deeper" for online content?
3. How do we get the students to further than, "But I found it on the Internet"?
4. How do you teach them to search for information online? Visit here first.
5. How do you teach them to evaluate the information they find online? Visit here first. Then, visit here.
Finally, to really get you thinking, here's what's coming with technology...Talk about being "clickable"!!