EDDL 5141

Michael on April 6, 2014

Facilitation Reflection                         EDDL5141                        Michael Nauth   I was fortunate to work with colleagues that were like-minded.  We all agreed to structure the online activity in much the same way.  And structure, whether explicit or implicit, is a crucial part of my philosophy of teaching and learning.  Our site on ‘Webnode’ was […]

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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 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 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 2, 2014

EDDL 5141             Week 3:  Activity 1                    Michael I have participated in several online courses over the past year and they have all been different. The one that worked best for me was the synchronous one (different place but same time) where we met as a group (of 20) on Day 1 for 7 hours, got […]

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