It's been a great learning experience to plan, produce and refine my online / blended learning prototype.
Please list the URL of your final blog post related to your prototype. *
How do I access your prototype? *
When prompted to log in, underneath the login is an option to log in as a guest. If they click on this, one will be able to access the class.
The Course Profile *
The Course Modules *
The modules are laid out in the Moodle. Once you enter in as guest the you can scroll down to find the modules. (note it might not let guest access the exam)
Course feedback *
Please provide the links of the two or three Google docs with the feedback that you left for other groups.
Online/Blended Course Prototype Development - Additional Information
I've really enjoyed this process. When I designed and updated this prototype I took advice from peers, current online teachers, the principal of RCSD Online School, and students - interviews can be found here as part of my playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLwdu0bmGFoLl7wGrTQ7NrDyzAkpdqRXj1 I learned so much and would very much like to teach an online class
Dean Vendramin. Educator for over 20 years. Currently Education Leader for Math/Science at Archbishop M.C. O'Neill Catholic High School. Have a passion for all things in education with emphasis on technology integration, assessment, professional development, and 21 Century Education. Posts are articles he has written for the Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation monthly newsletter The Bulletin, Saskatchewan Math Teachers' Society The Variable, blog requests from memberships he is a part of, and his own thoughts.