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Instructional Design for Online Learning

This content curation is for an Online Instructional Design Unit.

Video: What is OneNote? - OneNote

OneNote is a digital notebook. Teachers will earn how to use OneNote to capture, organize, and share their created content and resources with students. This introductory video will be viewed in Lesson 1.

Teachers - Get Started with OneNote Class Notebook Creator

OneNote Class Notebook Creator lets a teacher quickly set up a personal workspace for every student, a content library for handouts, and a collaboration space. Teachers will view the video to gain knowledge of how to use OneNote in their learning environment in Lesson 1.

Presentation Software | Online Presentation Tools | Prezi

Prezi is presentation software that uses motion, zoom, and spatial relationships to bring your ideas to life and make you a great presenter. Teachers can use this tool to present two uses in their classrooms, with benefits, of OneNote. This is a choice of self-assessment and reflection, UDL, in Lesson 1.

The Best Animated Video Maker: Create Your Own Animation

PowToon is a free animated video maker that can be used for presentations. Teachers can choose to use this tool to present two uses in their classrooms, with benefits, of OneNote. This is a choice of self-assessment and reflection, UDL, in Lesson 1.

13 incredible tools for creating infographics | Creative Bloq

This site lists their picks of the best free infographic maker tools around. Teachers can choose one of these tools to present two uses in their classrooms, with benefits, of OneNote. This is a choice of self-assessment and reflection, UDL, in Lesson 1.

The Best Blog Sites & Platforms 2018 (Free & Freemium) | Blog Basics

Here is a list of blog sites for teachers to choose from for their blog site for the course. They will use their blog site for discussions during the online course.

101 Web 2.0 Teaching Tools | OEDB.org

This is a list of online tools and resources that have made it easier for teachers to instruct students, and for students to collaborate with those teachers and with other students. Using one of these tools promotes self-regulation and engagement. Teachers will use choose from this list tools to deliver content in Lesson 2.

Timely Feedback: Now or Never | Edutopia

Feedback is necessary for learning. Be constructive, kind, and specific. When reading this article, teachers will find strategies for responding promptly to student work, and give them opportunities to reflect before revising. Teachers will read the article and respond to the posing question(s) on their blog for discussion in Lesson 3.