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MP284 A Toolbox for Online Learning: Creating the Human Environment [Workshop]  
Stan Silverman, New York Institute of Technology with Gene Silverman, Rose Tirotta and Michael Uttendorfer
Learn how to create online courses for teachers and students that maximize the human interaction.

Date: Monday, June 27 Location:PACC 111 B
Time: 1:30 pm–4:30 pm Level: All
Platform: Not Applicable Fee: $90 ($99 after April 29)
Format: Seminar-Demo Lab: No Lab
Length: Half-day Skill: All
NETS•S: 1, 3, 4 Webcast: No
NETS•T: I- V Exhibitor: No
NETS•A: I- V ISTE 100: No
Theme/Strand: Learning Environment Theme—Distance/Distributed Learning
Special Emphases: VNECC,Ubiquitous Internet Access,Student Voices
Keywords: Online Student Teacher Synchronous Asynchronous
Audience: Administrators, Library Media Specialists, Staff Developers, Technology Integration Facilitators, Technology Coordinators, Teacher Educators (College/University Faculty), PK-12 Teachers
Handouts / Papers: Silverman_OnlineStandards.pdf (Online Standards)
Silverman_ElluminateHowTo.pdf (Elluminate How To)
Silverman_ElluminateResources.ppt (Elluminate Resources)

Workshop Summary

Overview & Objectives
The participant will be able to align the technology tools available for online delivery with the gaps in performance or professional development.

The particpant will develop strategies for the creation of online courses to maximize the indtructional experience.

The participants will experience a series of online tools and relate each tool to how it maximizes instruction and communications. 45 minutes

The participants will explore a series of online courses (facilitated and self paced) to identify exemplars. 45 Minutes

The particpants will build instructional experiences using the tool sets. 1 hour

The particpants will identify key issues that will be used to continue the conversation after NECC.

V-NECC-Virtually Extending NECC Over Time and Place
The participants in the workshop and others will be able to use the tools demonstrated in the workshop to extend the conversation. These tools will include webinar, blogs, video email, threaded discussion and electronic surveys.

Ubiquitous Internet Access
A large number of the tools that will be highlighted in the workshop are designed to be used on both higgh speed and modem connections. The intent is to show how all learners can participate in online instruction.

Student Voices
The emerging online tools help insure that online education can break the broadcast model of distance learning. The new models will allow students to create online instruction for themselves and for the development of structured programs to develop student leaders.

Presenter Background & Qualifications
Stan Silverman: Director of Technology Based Learning , Professor of Education and Director of the Educational Enterprise Zone and Chair of the Online program at the New York Institute of Technology. Has presented a numerous international and national conferences including NECC. He has taught online for over 20 years.

Rose Tirotta: Director of Distributed Learning at NYIT. Developed the Nassau BOCES online program and was instrumental in the development of the Online Academy for NYS.


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