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Interactive Online Assignments to Engage All Learning Styles

with Kathryn Damm
Fri, 10/22/2010 - 12:00pm - 1:00pm (Pacific Time)

It can be difficult to find assignments for online courses that engage students with diverse learning styles. I will share a few successful assignments for my online courses. In one assignment self-selected groups must pick weekly from a list of topics and devise a way to teach that concept to high school students. Students are encouraged to create interactive games or video for lesson plans. Other assignments use a similar model but require group podcasts submissions, video interviews, public service announcement posters, and more.  After assignments are graded, projects are shared with the class for upcoming exam preparation. Projects are graded based on understanding of topic, individual contribution, and lesson creativity. Devising effective assignments, grading schemes, and example student projects will be discussed

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