Sequencing Online Activities to Promote Higher-Order Questioning & Learning Conference on Information Technology Detroit, MI, Oct. 2009 Betsy Cohn English Division/CTEI Henry Ford Community College [email protected] Session Goals
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Conference on Information Technology
Detroit, MI, Oct. 2009
Henry Ford Community College
Background info (reading; optional narrated PPT)
Brainstorming for topics (discussion board (DB))
Oral presentations (small-group, mostly in person)
Focused critique of sample proposal (DB) & interactive worksheet #1
Additional reading & A/V or in-person session on research strategies
Interactive worksheet #2 & round 1 peer review
Focused critique of sample proposal’s research plan (DB) & round 2 peer review
Final draft of proposal project with self-assessment memo
(red = independent; blue = all-class; green = independent & 1-on-1 student-instructor; orange = 1-on-1 student-student)
Let’s access the course site to look at
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