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Wikifolios, Wikiflections, & Exams for Online Participation, Understanding & Achievement

Type

Webinar 

Presenters

Daniel Hickey (IU Bloomington)

Date

Monday, November 21, 2011

Time

3 pm ET (12 pm PT)
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Recording

http://breeze.iu.edu/p7u5pqnflrg/

Description

Wikifolios, Wikiflections, & Exams for Online Participation, Understanding, & Achievement

Daniel Hickey (Indiana University - Bloomington) is teaching fully online graduate education courses.  He aligns three learning practices using IU’s OnCourse version of the Sakai course management system:

  • “Wikifolios” and wiki commenting foster participatory culture around disciplinary ideas
  • “Wikiflections” provide efficient formative and summative assessment of understanding
  • Timed online exams support external accountability and document course improvement

This webinar will illustrate how these practices are used in his Cognition & Learning in Education course.  It will also introduce the underlying “Designing for Participation” model and point to other faculty using this model in undergraduate Telecommunications and Freshman Composition courses.

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