Michael on February 24, 2014

EDDL 5141   Week 5 &6 Activity 2.                Michael N. The online facilitation model that best suits my way of thinking and teaching is synchronous teacher-led instruction.  I can see that once the course is up and running, some of the apprentices will opt to try it on their own in an asynchronous fashion, but for […]

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Michael on February 22, 2014

ICF digital story from mnauth Week 5: Activity 2           Digital Storytelling I chose to use Power point for the slide presentation of jobsite photos  and manufacturer’s sites and I uploaded it to Slideshare.   I used Audacity to record the audio, uploaded the mp3 file to Slideshare and synced the audio to the slides.  In this […]

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Michael on February 18, 2014

EDDL5141    Michael Nauth KWL         Online Facilitation   What I Know What I Want to Know What I Have Learnt I know my students in an f2f environment. I know their workplace environment, their rough and tough lives. They are social creatures. They like bars and sports. They don’t like to leave their comfort zone. How […]

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Michael on February 17, 2014

jfk_1963_0611_civilrights-edited JFK’s Civil Rights address edited from 13.30 minutes to 3.55 minutes.

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Michael on February 16, 2014

Red Seal Exam Voice_ I have recorded an audio piece that is a Guide to Preparing to Write the Red Seal Carpentry Exam. I plan to link the audio to a visual slideshow in PowerPoint.

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Michael on February 11, 2014

My Philosophy for Online Teaching and Learning    EDDL 5141 Assignment #1          Michael Nauth Feb 9, 2014 My educational philosophy, my “comprehensive and consistent set of beliefs about the teaching-learning transaction” (Conti, 2007, p.20), was formed when I was on the learning side of the equation.  As young boys in Guyana, we spent hours on the […]

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Michael on February 10, 2014

il wp-image-295″ title=”Roof Framing Original” src=”http://students.olblogs.tru.ca/mnauth/files/2014/02/Roof-Framing-Original1-150×150.jpg” alt=”” width=”150″ height=”150″ /> I saved this image from Flickr to my docs. I uploaded the thumbnail to my post. I then linked the post to the original on Flickr. It seems to work. This photo is taken of a practical class in another training facility.  A great way […]

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Michael on February 7, 2014

For the layered slide show, I created my layers and drawings in AutoCAD, published the layers to the web as JPEGs, and uploaded them to Google Drive.  I then added text to each slide, and saved the presentation as a PDF, a PowerPoint, and published it to the web through Google.  I will attach all […]

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Michael on February 3, 2014

These two graphics introduce the apprentice to the names, locations, and functions of the wall framing components of a Canadian Wood-Framed House.  They also establish industry standards for lumber dimensions and set out a procedure for determining a cutting list for the components. My graphics can be viewed at http://www.flickr.com/photos/116245423@N07/. Highlight the url, right-click, and chose […]

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Michael on February 2, 2014

This is a photograph taken 3 years ago on the deck of my parents’ home in Montreal, at a family BBQ.  Facing the camera, from left to right, are my son Jason, my grand-niece Kylie, and my nephew Shayne.  Jason would be leaving shortly thereafter for a posting in Singapore, together with his girlfriend Albena. […]

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