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New free teacher professional develop resource - need feedback and suggestions

Started this discussion. Last reply by sophica Jun 24, 2011. 5 Replies

Hi Everyone,I am part of a team that has been developing a free resource for teachers in any discipline called Learning to Teach…Continue

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sophica replied to Simon McIntyre's discussion New free teacher professional develop resource - need feedback and suggestions
"Very great post"
Jun 24, 2011
Anthony V. Manzo, Ph.D. replied to Simon McIntyre's discussion New free teacher professional develop resource - need feedback and suggestions
"I forgot to mention that I developed a very customized system for teaching online over 30 years ago. It is based on brief writing. It reduces idle chat and works on cogent and complex thinking. It is called REAP and more recently iREAP (Manzo,…"
Jun 9, 2011
Simon McIntyre replied to Simon McIntyre's discussion New free teacher professional develop resource - need feedback and suggestions
"Thanks very much Sophica. Appreciate your comments and glad it was useful for you..."
Jun 7, 2011
sophica replied to Simon McIntyre's discussion New free teacher professional develop resource - need feedback and suggestions
"Thank you as it was helpful. Im one-on-one tutor who like to take online classes recently."
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Using ePortfolios as a reflective teaching tool - Case study

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Using online environments for teaching large classes - Case study

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Online teamwork and collaboration

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Using online lectures to support active learning - Case study

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Teaching using scenario based simulations in Second Life - Case study

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Understanding Creative Commons - Case Study

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The University of New South Wales
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http://online.cofa.unsw.edu.au
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http://simonmcintyre.wordpress.com
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About Me
Simon is currently the Co-Project leader of 'Learning to Teach Online', a free professional development resource designed to help teachers from any discipline, whether experienced in online teaching or not, to gain a working understanding of successful online teaching pedagogies that they can apply in their own unique teaching situations. You can read about the project here:
http://online.cofa.unsw.edu.au/learning-to-teach-online/about-the-p...



Since 1996 Simon worked as a designer in Sydney Australia, producing CD Roms, web sites, print and film graphics in the pioneering days of interactive design and new media.

From 2003, he has become increasingly involved in the process of design education. Now a full time academic at the College of Fine Arts, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, Simon has since co-operatively pioneered learning and teaching approaches for fully online art and design education, and has helped establish an internationally recognised quality online learning reputation for the Faculty’s online learning and teaching unit, COFA Online.

Simon’s research now focuses on the development of new online pedagogies to evolve design education into a globally networked practice. In 2006, his implementation of online learning and teaching research was nationally recognised by the Australia Learning and Teaching Council by being co-awarded a Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning for ‘Pioneering internationally recognised best practice in online education in the creative arts and design’.

In 2007, McIntyre’s research and design education practice led to the development and supervision of an international, fully online Master of Cross-Disciplinary Art and Design program for COFA.

2010 sees Simon working on the creation of a free resource for design educators worldwide called 'Learning to Teach Online'.

Through his continued research and online teaching practice, Simon hopes to continue to help develop strategies to improve the quality and delivery of online education in across disciplines.

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