Copyright Scavenger Hunt

This activity was created to encourage a learning environment that promotes respect for copyright and fair use when it comes to signing songs. Singing songs is a popular activity for ASL students so relating copyright to this concept is a great way to teach students about best practices when creating multimedia available to the public.

Copyright Scavenger Hunt – Link to external website


Virtual Field Trip

This virtual field trip I created immerses students in Deaf history and culture. Following content pedagogy students become historians to explore and discover this historic event in Deaf culture.

Virtual Tour of Deaf President Now – Link to external website

m-Learning Activity

Modern language teaching pedagogies revolve around the natural process of learning languages. If you look at a child beginning to speak you will see holes in their language production. They will circumnavigate the vocabulary word they do not know until an expert provides them with this word, then they will store it for later use. I tried to follow this pedagogical viewpoint in this activity by requiring students to engage in conversation with native users and when they discover a word they previously did not know they are to research that word and blog about it in order to store it in their memory.

m-Learning activity – Link to external website

Jigsaw Internet Search Activity

This activity was created for my EdTech 502 Internet for Educators course.

This is an activity that I created to encourage collaboration between students in order to create an effective learning community. It is designed to empower all types of learners to become an expert on a given topic and then teach their peers about said topic. Different types of information (videos, documents, images, and diagrams) are provided to meet the needs and abilities of all learners.

Jigsaw Internet Search Activity – Link to external site

The Internet for Educators

This site, Internet for Educators (Links to external site), is one that I hand coded using HTML5 and CSS ( I also used a little Java Script but not much). It displays all of the projects I create din EdTech 502. It is a good demonstration of my ability to create instructional materials using a variety of approaches. The following links all open an external website.

Netiquette page: Rules of etiquette for Online communications.

Accessibility hot links page: Links to resources pertaining to website design for people with disabilities.

Copyright scavenger hunt: Learning activity with questions and linked resources to teach fundamental issues of copyright and fair use. This lesson was created to help ASL students learn more about copyright and fair use as it relates to signing music.

Interactive concept map: Information page with an image of a concept map containing hotspots that link to related information Online. This short instructional page is meant to give a brief overview of language choices for deaf children.

Jigsaw Internet search activity: Cooperative learning activity to teach Internet search skills.

m-learning activity: A learning activity designed for use with mobile phones or other hand-held devices. It encourages community involvement and collaboration.

Virtual field trip: A virtual tour using multiple Web pages and multimedia to guide learners through an Online visit to a remote destination.

WebQuest: A higher-order thinking activity that integrates Online resources. Multiple Web pages and a CSS menu are used to create this project.