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This division promotes theory, research, and practice in support of the development of knowledge, skills, and dispositions of educators who create effective learning environments for diverse learners through technology integration.

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Joquetta Johnson joined the group Divisions: Teacher Education.
Posted Saturday, May 6, 2017
Surey Rios joined the group Divisions: Teacher Education.
Posted Thursday, April 27, 2017
Jack Koumi wrote on the Divisions: Teacher Education wall: Pre-service teachers (and In-service) and may be interested in the following. In January/February I authored a MOOC, “What and How to Teach with Video”, which has finished officially but remains open for registration and enrollment until 13 April. https://platform.europeanmoocs.eu/course_what_and_how_to_teach_with_vid • WHAT to teach with video: Powerful Teaching/Learning Roles for which video is potentially capable, due to its distinctive presentational attributes • HOW to teach with video: Pedagogic Design Principles to achieve the above potential The course uses 42 video clips to exemplify 33 Powerful Teaching/Learning Roles. A further 39 clips illustrate 30 Pedagogic Design Principles. For a taste of some of the materials, here’s the link to my DropBox folder containing 2 of the 12 videos plus 3 related handouts. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ttgju4ki0ofy2ze/AAAFtHAuN5oEBku6m4z4jX-Pa?dl=0 The first (15 min) video in that folder is the first of five videos in Lesson 1 of my MOOC (Powerful Pedagogic Roles for Video). Lesson 1 is summarised by Handout 1. The second (12 min) video is the first of six videos for Lesson 2 (Pedagogic Design Principles for Video). Lesson 2 is summarised by Handout 2 . Handout 3 describes the Screenwriting Assignment of the MOOC. The folder also contains a THIRD VIDEO regarding video design for English Language Learning . The Licence for use of the above videos is CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 (Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs) The terms of this licence, are detailed in the link https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/ In February, I gave a one-day workshop, using the MOOCs materials, to staff of the University of Ljubljana. _____________________________________________________________ All the best
Posted Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Todd Reeves wrote on the Divisions: Teacher Education wall: Dear TE Divisoners, I am mentoring an undergraduate student in Northern Illinois University’s Research Rookies program (http://niu.edu/engagedlearning/undergraduate-research/research-rookies/index.shtml), and am looking to recruit U.S. K-12 classroom teachers to participate in an online survey study that the student is conducting. We are having some recruitment challenges, and I'm wondering if any of you might be willing to forward information about the study to members of that population with whom you are personally or professionally acquainted. A recruitment message is included below. Please contact me directly at treeves@niu.edu if you have any questions about the online survey study, or the dissemination of information about it to your personal or professional contacts. Note that participation in the study requires that individuals are currently U.S. K-12 classroom teachers. If individuals participate in the study, they can enter into a drawing for one of several Apple TVs. Thank you for considering helping my undergraduate student and I. Gratefully, Todd Reeves Subject: Research Opportunity for U.S. K-12 Teachers Dear Teachers,   You are invited to participate in a research study for U.S. K-12 teachers entitled Teachers' Use of Non-Academic Data for Decision-Making Purposes, being conducted by Todd Reeves, a faculty member, and Kayla Scheel, an undergraduate student, at Northern Illinois University. The purpose of the study is to examine access to, and analysis, interpretation, and use of non-academic data among U.S. K-12 in-service teachers.    The study will involve completion of an online survey about your access to, and analysis, interpretation, and use of non-academic data in the school context in which you work, your beliefs about data-driven decision making, and your professional and demographic characteristics. The online survey should take about 20 minutes to complete, and any information you provide will not be shared with the school or district in which you work.    If you choose to participate in the study, you will be able to enter into a drawing for 1 of 3 Apple TVs.    The survey and more information about the study can be accessed here: https://niu.az1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_bgqWSOj7cQOT6Fn The survey is best completed on a personal computer (e.g., laptop, desktop), rather than a cell phone/mobile device.   We would be grateful if you would participate in our study. Thank you in advance for your consideration. Sincerely, Todd Reeves, Ph.D Assistant Professor, Educational Technology, Research and Assessment Northern Illinois University treeves@niu.edu Kayla Scheel Student, Mathematical Sciences Northern Illinois University
Posted Thursday, March 30, 2017
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