Monthly Archives: April 2015

My Final Reflection on the Online Course Management Course

PHEW! The semester is over! And I am graduating! This course was quite difficult. Creating and developing an online course from scratch is much more difficult than I thought. There are so many components that go into creating an online … Continue reading

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My Teaching Philosophy

My teaching philosophy is based on classroom management. With sound classroom management, I can help all students whether it is with assignments or their personal lives. I believe that consistency is key with all classroom management, especially discipline. This establishment … Continue reading

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The Frustrations of Technology

Right now I am working on a pretty unreliable laptop. I have lost pages of a large document, and had to rewrite parts of papers multiple times. It also lags while I type, which can be really frustrating. Due to … Continue reading

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Cookie Rubric Creation

Uh goodness. Imagine trying to create a rubric to grade a cookie. Seems easy right? As long as it’s yummy, it gets an A+! No, not so simple. OK so now you have to come up with categories: shape, texture, … Continue reading

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Reflection on the MOOC Debate

A few weeks ago, my peers and I interacted on a debate about MOOCs. I was placed on the Pro-MOOC team, even though I truly am undecided about them. Through the debate, we talked about similar topics multiple times. We … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Accessibility

It is hard to design a lesson that works for all disabilities, especially for an online-only course. For an in-person class, a teacher can accommodate for students will disabilities by proving them with handouts and individualized instruction. Students who participate … Continue reading

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Learning Management System Options

The two learning management systems that I explored were Weebly and Schoology. There are pros and cons of both systems: Weebly: Pros: You can be creative and design your website. Cons: You have to create each aspect of your website … Continue reading

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