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Julia’s top 10 list. iTeach 2008 Juneau, Alaska. #10 Go Public!. Put yourself in a public forum with technology. If you don’t, you may not go back to the domain knowledge and truly understand what you’ve learned in a relevant context or help anyone else. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

  • Julias top 10 list

    iTeach 2008Juneau, Alaska

  • #10 Go Public!

    Put yourself in a public forum with technology.

    If you dont, you may not go back to the domain knowledge and truly understand what youve learned in a relevant context or help anyone else.

    Contribute: publish, post, share, teach, participate

  • #9 I am a life-long learner beginning to develop a personal e-learning network.

    iTeach colleagues, RRS feeds and del.icio.us

  • #8 Expand assessment typesThe goal is to teach to all three UBD levels, while supporting different types of intelligence and ways of knowing and learning.

    Dont overlook all the possibilities offered through technology!

  • #7 - Color Schemes MatterPay attention to color schemes, for the sake of your eyes and the ability of your brain to concentrate!(Thank you Matt!)http://www.colorsontheweb.com/colorwizard.asp

  • #6 Verify your sources! For example: Manyeyes is a visualization of statistics.http://services.alphaworks.ibm.com/manyeyes/pageBUT there is no guarantee that data there is accurate.

  • #5 It is easy to to loose your focus!

    Interesting Sidetrack

    EXIT HERE!Did you knowHave you ever seenA new..I wonder

  • # 4 Get organized! Save time and make access easier through organization!

  • # 3 There are virtual worlds to be developed and explored!Second Life possibilities -- for education and enjoyment!

  • #2 Keep it simple!

    No more than two new technologies at a time

    (or you may loose focus on the course your teaching).

  • #1 thing I learned at iTeach:

    I want to treat my students with as much patience and support as I have experienced here in Juneau with the CDE staff and my UA colleagues.

    Thank you everyone for your help, camaraderie and kindness. I look forward to continuing our learning together online!

    Beginning with.

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