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Title: Paradigm Shift: Designing Teacher Websites


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Paradigm Shift
Designing Teacher
Websites
  • Mara Alagic

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Paradigm Shift Designing
Teacher Websites
  • Learners
  • Teachers Website What goes online?
  • Web pages
  • Action

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Paradigm Shift Learners
  • Student
  • Learning is more personalized.
  • It is the student who is accountable for mastery.
  • Parent
  • Teacher
  • Staff

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Paradigm Shift Learners
  • Student
  • Parent
  • Informed
  • Able to ask questions
  • Teacher
  • Staff

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Paradigm Shift Learners
  • Student
  • Parent
  • Teacher
  • Any teacher that can be replaced by a computer
    probably should be.
  • The role of the teacher shifts dramatically in an
    online environment Teacher is no longer primary
    source of information.
  • Staff

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Paradigm Shift Learners
  • Student
  • Parent
  • Teacher
  • Staff

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Teacher Web SiteWhat Goes Online?
  • Maps Syllabus
  • Calendar
  • Links to curriculum objectives
  • Course expectations/Policies
  • Academic requirements
  • Tools
  • Skills
  • Ideas

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Teacher Web SiteWhat Goes Online?
  • Maps
  • Tools Curriculum Resources
  • Textbook
  • State/District curriculum
  • Online texts and content
  • Supplemental/Enrichment
  • Skills
  • Ideas

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Teacher Web SiteWhat Goes Online?
  • Maps
  • Tools
  • Skills Activities
  • Graphic Organizers
  • Projects and Papers
  • Experiments
  • Multimedia Devices
  • Adaptive learning ideas
  • Ideas

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Teacher Web SiteWhat Goes Online?
  • Maps
  • Tools
  • Skills
  • Ideas Academic Content
  • Notes from textbooks/class
  • Study guides
  • Discussion groups/Threads
  • Assessment

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Static Dynamic Web Pages
  • If a web page is static the content remains
    relevant regardless of time.
  • E-texts of history of mathematics
  • Pascals triangle
  • A set of questions
  • If a web page is dynamic, it requires frequent
    maintenance (some of which can be automated).
  • Calendar, announcements
  • Problem of the Week
  • Problem of the Day
  • Journal Topic for Today

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Passive versus Interactive Web Pages
  • If a web page is passive the content offers
    information but it does not give an opportunity
    for interaction.
  • Examples
  • . . .
  • If a web page is interactive, it requires an
    action from the user, either on-line (dynamic
    interactive) or off-line.
  • Examples
  • . . .

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Action Develop a Web Site to Support Your Course
  • Identify set of documents that you regularly
    distribute in your classroom. Having these
    documents online may be your first step.
  • Consider how your classroom is organized course
    materials, activities, assessment, . . .
  • Design model based on the teachers
    organizational style is especially helpful to
    students.

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Action A Curriculum Management Model
  • Putting your curriculum online is a great
    first step when designing a teacher web-site. It
    may be just a cut and paste job. Make a link!
    Or, give a credit.
  • LONG TERM GOAL
  • To link daily activities to specific curriculum
    objectives.

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