End in Mind Week 3 Readings Presentations Unit / Lesson Build Lessons / Units For You To Use Next Steps

Finishing up a grueling week and starting on the next steps


Blog/Learning Journal Post.

Reflect on your readings. Reflect on what you have learned and the process you have undergone. What worked and didn't work for you? What were the challenges and wonders of working collaboratively online? How might you do things in similar ways or differently with your students? How did you feel about working with the LMS system with which you were working?

Submit material to your ePortfolio/Blog. This can be screenshots of the unit/lesson you designed, a link to the recording of your presentation, or a recording of a meeting you had with your team that demonstrates collaboration, or it can be copies of an online discussion in preparation for your presentation, or it can be feedback that your gave or received, or...

Now have a look at Week 4's schedule.


Optional The 500 task: Adding to the Wiki for 50 Points.
As you work with your LMS to build your Unit/Lesson, you may want to add to the LMS Pros and Cons Wiki. You will find the LMS Pros and Cons Wiki on the right side of the LMS Criteria Wiki. What is working for you? What is wonderful? What frustrates you about the LMS?

Alternately, this can be handled as a less extensive Google+ post for 25 points.

Week 3 Checklist: Did you...

Comment on a blog post from Week One - Comment Schedule Reminder

Engage in The 500 Activities - The 500 Reminder

Engage in the Week 2/3 Readings

Begin your Blog Post for Week 3 (Finish by the end of the week)

If you wish, respond to any comments on your Week 2 posts and see if anybody responded to your comments

Team presentations and participation in presentations

Work on LMS Unit/Lesson Build

Self-Assess your Presentation and your Participation

Add material to your Blog/ePortfolio

Add entries to the Course Wiki (Pros and Cons re: LMS Wiki)

Look ahead to Week 4

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