Even if you've managed to side-step the media driven hysteria that is keeping some communities from exploring the potential benefits for learning that the Internet legitimately provides, there are very real, substantive risks that can endanger your voyage.
This workshop presents specifics relative to the environments that must be created, the support required, the obstacles you can expect, and emerging solutions to common challenges we face in making the most of teaching and learning in a connected world.
Ferdi Serim will help you understand the design and implementation issues involved in extend the successes of the Internet educator/pioneers to help all students achieve high quality learning. Discussion of documented best practices (which trace the development of learning activities from planning through implementation to evaluation and assessment) will include samples from the Online Internet Institute
- Hype vs Hope (expectations backlash)
- Resentment of Required Reforms