5 Activity Responses

Teacher for Learning Module

Technologist Module

Curator Module

39 Activity Resources

Experimenter Module

Scholar Module

Curator Module

Technologist Module

Teacher for Learning Module

9 Activities Created

I’m an Experimenter!

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Created by Alan Levine (@cogdogblog) • 13 views • 7 responses • 2 resources

I’m an Experimenter!

It is now time to reflect on what you have accomplished through your experimentation done for the Experimenter Module. Prepare a detailed written reflection (~1500 words)  that includes responses to the questions below. Which three experimenter activities did you choose to complete and why? Include links to your Activity Bank responses. Identify and explain at more… »

More than Quizzes

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Created by Alan Levine (@cogdogblog) • 13 views

More than Quizzes

Quizlet began as one learner’s method to improve their learning by creating online vocabulary quizzes and has grown to be a platform for creating sets of practice exercises for any discipline. Interaction types include content review, flashcards, matching games, spelling and more learning tools. Quizlet Live is a platform for producing in class interactive activities. more… »

Cultivate Your PLN

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Created by Alan Levine (@cogdogblog) • 24 views • 1 response

Cultivate Your PLN

A personal learning network, although often emergent and continually developing, does not just happen. It requires cultivation. To begin your thinking on how to cultivate your PLN, read Howard Rheingold’s Advice on Building a PLN. Find a professional group or individuals who align with your professional interests. Start by reviewing the Twitter EdChat calendar and more… »

Prototype Planning

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Created by Ontario Extend (@ontario-extend) • 14 views • 2 resources

Prototype Planning

Now it is time to try out your chosen technology and design a prototype of your Technology-Enabled Learning Activity solution. Prototyping can sound daunting if you think of it in relation to engineering or lab work. But at its basic level, it involves putting a small tangible creation in front of your users instead of more… »

Learner Challenge Take 2

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Created by Ontario Extend (@ontario-extend) • 14 views

Learner Challenge Take 2

After you have selected a technology for your Technologist Module project, refer back to the idea you defined for the Learner Challenge activity. Circle back to the Learner Challenge Bank padlet where you added your own challenge. This time add a new padlet post (again double clicking on an area near your first one) that more… »

Flipping Over Flipgrid

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Created by Alan Levine (@cogdog) • 193 views

Flipping Over Flipgrid

Here is another collaboration space / tool you may find a use for. Flipgrid offers a free service for educators (authenticate via your school email address or Microsoft account) for creating a space for video back and forth conversations. Instructors use it for introductions, for discussions, and more. Learn more from the Flipgrid resources area… but more… »

Annotation as Collaboration

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Created by Alan Levine (@cogdog) • 192 views

Annotation as Collaboration

From highlighting passages in a reading to scribbling notes in the margins, annotation has a familiar place in our roles as students and academics. Web-based tools such as hypothes.is provide a new level of collaboration to that process by giving us the ability to attach notes, commentary, discussion to any document that exists at a URL. In more… »

Virtual Field Trips

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Created by Ontario Extend (@ontario-extend) • 279 views • 1 resource

Virtual Field Trips

Field work is an immersive and experiential way to engage students in the learning process. However, when you cannot hold a class on the Athabasca Glacier to examine glacial retreat or transport 60 students to Paris, France to study the urban form and function of the city, virtual tours provides a way to create that more… »

It’s Alive!

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Created by Ontario Extend (@ontario-extend) • 443 views • 7 responses

It’s Alive!

Here is where you can sharing your technology enabled creation completed through the Technologist Module. In your response to this activity, write an explanation of the context and reasons why you choose to use a technology-enabled solution for your learning challenge. Include your process for empathizing with your learners, what you defined as your learner more… »