Learning Analytics

Ok, hello #eci834 classmates! It’s been a little bit since our last flurry of posts, hasn’t it? As we are all fully engaged with building and helping one another design online learning experiences, it’s nice to get a breather and shift focus i a different direction. To add to this , Alec has left us […]

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Stress & Online learning

So far, many advantages of integrating technology in learning have been discussed in EC & I 834 class by Dr. Alec . The merits of this new event is to some extent that strongly avoid of its drawbacks. Since every new method could not be judged unless after passing some times on using it, everything […]

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The Many Techniques of Blended Learning

Hello fellow EC&I 834ers!  It’s been awhile!  Time to shake off the cobwebs on the keyboards and get back into the blogging spirit! This week, Alec’s prompt stumped me at first: “Take this week to read about/explore an aspect of online/blended learning that you are interested in, and then blog about it. This might include …

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These Are The Days Of Our Lives

Like sands through the hour glass, so are the days of our lives…Intro Video…and these are the days of our lives.Is anyone else feeling like we’re running out of time??! For this semester, or perhaps year, or maybe just today?Also, isn’t sand plural? …

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Week Five of ECI 834 – The Prototype

Had a lot of fun creating my prototype for ECI 834 here’s the skinny on my prototype components. I found Moodle to be a decent way to organize my course.  I was able to link to a few outside resources and create what I think was a fairly organized and easy way to access and follow course content. Please check out the vlog I did with Dan Palmarin a Science teacher at Archbishop M.C. O’Neill Catholic High School and online teacher for Regina Catholic Schools Online Program.  He helped me […]

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Week Five of ECI 834 – The Prototype

Had a lot of fun creating my prototype for ECI 834 here’s the skinny on my prototype components. I found Moodle to be a decent way to organize my course.  I was able to link to a few outside resources and create what I think was a fairly organized and easy way to access and follow course content. Please check out the vlog I did with Dan Palmarin a Science teacher at Archbishop M.C. O’Neill Catholic High School and online teacher for Regina Catholic Schools Online Program.  He helped me […]

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