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Education with New Technologies: Networked Learning Community
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). You need to register to access this tool.
Through this ENT website, you will have access to thoughtful colleagues, interactive tools, detailed examples of technology-enhanced education, and a valuable collection of on-line resources. The site will help you navigate the expanding territory of new educational technologies with guidance from established principles for teaching and learning (e.g. Teaching for Understanding) through processes for integrating new technologies.
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mauricio espinoza bardavid (Faculty)
Me parece un material muy interesante para apoyar a los docentes como yo que tienen la oportunidad de ejercer la docencia en linea para los alumnos de una institución como INACAP que accede a muchas personas deseosas de mejorar sus capacidades laborales e intelectuales
Linda Kennemore (Student)
In the beginning I was not impressed very much with the site, but after exploring it more in depth, I liked it. It may have not been the most easiest to navigate, but then things just fell in to place. It acutally required you to use your noggin!
I liked the layout and the icons. Good apps to link to.
Peter Shea (Faculty)
instruction by reflecting on instructional design through
This site is excellent for any educator who wants to improve
their instruction by reflecting on
instructional design through "teaching for understanding".style="mso-spacerun: yes"> The Teaching for Understanding (TFU)
framework helps educators to:
generative curriculum topics,
specific educational goals,
performances to help students develop and demonstrate understanding
ongoing assessment of student performances to monitor and promote learning.