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MERLOT II


    

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Instructional Design

by Hannah Hunthausen
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Description:

AEDT 510 Demo

Course:

AEDT 510

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1.

Design Principles for On-Line Instruction


Added 02/09/2014

Terry Dugas, FLorida Gulf Coast University

2.

Authentic Assessment Toolbox


Added 02/09/2014

Jon Mueller. What, Why, How, Tasks, Test Construction, Rubrics, Examples, Portfolios, etc.

3.

What is Universal Design for Learning


Added 02/09/2014

*Link to material outside of MERLOT

4.

iCivics


Added 02/09/2014

iCivics is a web-based education project designed to teach students civics and inspire them to be active participants in our democracy. iCivics is the vision of Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, who is concerned that students are not getting the information and tools they need for civic participation, and that civics teachers need better materials and support.

5.

Education with New Technologies: Networked Learning Community


Added 02/09/2014

Designed to help educators develop powerful learning experiences for students through the effective integration of new technologies. 

Especially useful is the ENT Backpack, your own personal space where you can gain quick access to an instructional design area using the "Collaborative Curriculum Design Tool" (CCDT). 

6.

Community-Based Learning: Engaging Students for Success and Citizenship


Added 02/09/2014

The Coalition for Community Schools released a report called Community-based Learning: Engaging Students for Success and Citizenship. It highlights the value of the community-based learning approach to improving academic outcomes, including test scores, attendance rates, and graduation rates, as well as civic, moral, personal, social, and work-related outcomes.

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The Economics of Voting: What Do You Mean, My Vote Doesn't Count?


Added 02/09/2014

This lesson explores the costs and benefits associated with voting in national elections. Specifically, the concepts of rational apathy, rational ignorance and expressive voting are explained.

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