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Virtual Classroom

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Virtual Classroom Design Mastery

Jessica Billington

Technology for Teachers

Virtual Classroom Design Mastery

 

  1. Creativity and Innovation

    Students demonstrate their creative thinking, knowledge, and develop their material and their process by using technology.

  2. By applying knowledge to generate new ideas.

  3. Creating original works as a means towards personal or for group expression.

  4. It helps to use models or simulations to explore complex issues.

  5. Identify trends and/or possibilities

  6. Communication and Collaboration

    Students use digital media and environments to communicate and to work well, including at a distance, to support individual learning and to teach well to the learning of others.

  7. Interact and publish with your audience, experts, or other employers of a variety of digital environment and/or media.

  8. Communicate information and ideas well to multiple of people using a good amount of media.

  9. Develop cultural understanding and global awareness to teach learners the importance of other cultures.

  10. Contribute to project teams to get them to think of original ideas to solve problems.

  11. Research and Information Fluency

    Students apply digital tools to gather, evaluate, and use information.

  12. Plan strategies to guide inquiry.

  13. Locate, organize, analyze, and evaluate to use information from a variety of sources and media.

  14. Evaluate, select information sources, and digital tools based on the specific tasks.

  15. Process data and report results.

  16. Critical thinking, Problem Solving, and Decision Making

    Students use critical thinking skills to plan, do research, manage projects, solve problems, and informed decisions using digital tools and resources.

  17. Identify and define problems and questions for investigation.

  18. Plan and manage activities to develop a solution or complete a project.

  19. Collect and analyze data to identify solutions and/or to inform decisions.

  20. Use multiple processes and perspectives to explore different alternatives to solve a solution.

  21. Digital Citizenship

    Students to understand human, cultural, and social issues by using technology.

  22. Practice safe, legal, and responsible use of information of technology.

  23. Always think a positive attitude towards using technology that supports learning and productivity.

  24. Demonstrate personal responsibility for learning

  25. Learn to have leadership for digital citizenship.

  26. Technology operations and Concepts

    Students demonstrate a sound understanding of technology concepts, systems, and operations.

  27. Understand and use technology systems.

  28. Select and use applications effectively.

  29. Troubleshoot systems and applications.

  30. Transfer knowledge to learning new technologies.