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The Four Deadly D’s. Rod Hull Lesley University ECOMP 6202 Marcia Kessler Summer 2010. Introduction.

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The four deadly d s

The Four Deadly D’s

Rod Hull

Lesley University

ECOMP 6202

Marcia Kessler

Summer 2010


Introduction

Introduction

Welcome to The Four Deadly D’s portion of this class. My name is Mr. Hull and I have been a Driver Education Teacher for 3 years now. This topic involves the four major causes of driving fatalities for people 16-25 years old.

  • There is a section of this website where you will create an e-portfolio. You will reflect on your learning and store your completed work (artifacts)

  • You will also be required to keep your e-portfolio current as we proceed through the class.


Goals of the course

Goals of The Course

  • Students will gain a level of understanding about the effects of the Four Deadly D’s on the Driving Task.

  • Students will understand that drinking while driving, drugging while driving, distracted driving and drowsy driving all have similar effects on driving abilities.

  • Students will understand about the health effects that alcohol and drug use have on the human body.

  • Students can add their own goals that they wish to achieve while learning about this subject.


National and state standards

National and State Standards

  •  adtsea.iup.edu/adtsea/pdf/ADTSEA Standards.pdf (Page 4) C31.0, C32.0, C33.0

  • adtsea.iup.edu/adtsea/pdf/ADTSEA Standards.pdf Page 44 (CII 2.1)

  •  adtsea.iup.edu/adtsea/pdf/ADTSEA Standards.pdf Page

    44(CII 2,2)

  • http://www.ed.state.nh.us/education/doe/organization/instruction/HealthHIVAIDS/healthedminimumstandards.htm(2A, B, G, H, and I)

  • http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/XV/189/189- 10.htm


Your artifacts

Your Artifacts

  • Create a digital archives of your work. If you do this offline store them on a hard drive, or flash drive. If you store your work online I recommend using Google Docs.

  • Please convert all attached artifacts into web based compatible formats (JPEG or PDF) This way your viewers should be able to see your work.

  • Web 2.o Storage: Word, Excel, and Power Point can be stored in Google Docs. Use Hyperlinks or Embed the code for your video files.

  • Artifacts must meet national or state standards


Artifacts continued

Artifacts Continued

  • Make sure you keep your work updated on a regular basis.

  • Any work that is in progress can be shared as well. Just make a note why it is not completed.

  • You will be required to classify your artifacts by using the “Artifacts Spreadsheet” contained in Google Docs

  • Go to my quia website and take the online quiz.

    http://www.quia.com/quiz/2469141.html


E portfolio

E-Portfolio

  • If you can not tell by now, your instructor likes Google Apps for just about every scenario in Education.

  • I have decided to require all students to use Google for the purpose of your e-portfolio storage. This application allows for storage, editing, sharing, convenience, security, and best of all it is free.

  • Google has a fantastic mash up between e-portfolios and Google applications

  • http://electronicportfolios.com/google/


Double check your work

Double Check Your Work

  • Please make sure you check all of your documents for typographical , spelling, grammatical, and punctuation errors.

  • Make sure that the website links you use are operational and check them every so often.


A time for reflection

A Time For Reflection

  • Take this opportunity to tell me what you liked about this course, and the activities.

  • What did you learn in this course and list any accomplishments or problems you had.

  • What have you learned about creating and maintaining this e-portfolio?

  • Do you have any suggestions that will help in improving this online class?


Be creative and have fun

Be Creative and Have Fun

  • Dare to take some chances and use many web 2.0 tools.

  • Check out all you can do with e-portfolios at the link below:

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iJ93ocBFlf4


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