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e-Tutor has developeda free templatefor writing instructional lessons. Those whowrite lessons fore-Tutor will receive a $25 stipend and access to their lesson for themselvesand students.LessonPro has been developed as a vehicle to increase participation byteachers and theirstudents in the teaching-learning process over the...
e-Tutor has developed a free template for writing instructional lessons. Those who write lessons for e-Tutor will receive a $25 stipend and access to their lesson for themselves and students.
LessonPro has been developed as a vehicle to increase participation by teachers and their students in the teaching-learning process over the Internet. E-Tutor has made it easier for students to access lessons written by their teachers at LessonPro. The teacher's last name and school zip code or lesson ID and password are all that is needed to access lessons.
Those who have fully completed a lesson that is accepted for use by e-Tutor will receive $25 in cash and entry into the e-Tutor Circle of Writers.
1. I examined Lesson Pro and "tried it on for size". I found Lesson Pro to be quite comprehensive and user friendly. 2. Lesson Pro does accurately present concepts and models which are educationally significant. Interestingly, this model is quite similar to a course management system which we use for our community college online students. The idea that secondary school students have access to a similar learning environment is great! By offering such a program for individual teacher development, helps teachers to "go outside" of the face to face classroom and enter the world of the internet. The teacher would be able to reach a larger population and if used in an individual course, the teacher could reach his/her students---outside of the classroom. In addition, exposing younger students to the internet will only promote earlier development of computer skills for future usage. 3. Student learning and faculty teaching will definitely be enhanced (as stated in number 2). To expand on #2's answer, Lesson Pro can save "classroom" time for other things-group discussins/projects/presentations/etc. Finally, once the teacher has "set up" the course material within Lesson Pro, it doesn't need to be continuously updated--unless there is new mandatory material to be used. 4. Personally, I found Lesson Pro very user friendly and extremely comprehensive for a novice computer user. It is not necessary to have extensive program knowledge nor extreme knowledge of technical language to use Lesson Pro.
As stated before, the Lesson Pro is extremely user friendly. If the teacher already has a lesson plan created, basically, it's just cut and past from there.....