Eleventh issue, Volume Six
TLT Group TGIF 3.19.2013
From TLT Group World Headquarters
Call for volunteers!Looking for people to serve as Voice of Chat for this weeks session, “Making Sense of Social Media for Teaching: Starting with Your Online Persona.”Looking for someone to lead a Members Exchange session on how to use Animoto on a Wednesday in April. Animoto is an application that can be used for online introductions. This example was produced by Penny Kuckkahn.
More from the TLT-SWG Blog:
Members Only ExchangeSocial Networking/Designated Learner Experiment: Learn JING for Video Capture using Designated Learner ApproachMarch 20, 2013 2:00 pm Eastern TimeLeaders: Featuring Irene Knokh with Steve Gilbert, Beth Dailey, Cristina Macias, and othersSilver Cloudians: Let's Get Started Consulting and Mentoring March 27, 2013 2:00 pm Eastern Time Register HereLeaders: Steve Gilbert, Beth Dailey, Dale Parker, Charles Ansorge, Michael Dabney and others.
FridayLive!Making Sense of Social Media for Teaching: Starting with Your Online PersonaMarch 22, 2013 2:00-3:00 pm ET - free to all. Register here.Presenter: Penny Kuckkahn, Nicolet Area Technical CollegeDo you think this video reveals too much? Please take a look atthis 2 minute video prior to the session. More will be revealed on Friday.Join Penny Kuckkahn, instructional designer from Nicolet College, as she shares her journey into the big “pie in the sky” world of social media. She will share her pedagogical framework for developing social collaboration and will focus specifically how to develop an online social presence.Penny authored the most recent League for Innovations Cross Paper, "Building Connections through Social Collaboration." This link will take you to the publication. You can also follow Penny through her blog.Up-coming FridayLive! schedule:April 5 Worst case Online Education, John Sener ReturnsApril 12 sMOOChers Continue Debrief with Amy WoodgateMay 10 Designing Your Courses for Significant Learning vs Covering the Content with Dee Fink and Stewart Ross
MOOCs Round Two The learning continues....
sMOOChers (Smart MOOCs Higher Education Research Subgroup)
#EDCMOOCers have received their certificates of completion and many are questioning the value. Join in the conversation started by Keeley Soroki Is this Coursera Statement of Accomplishment Worth Anything?
Encourage. Enable. Engage.