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VALERIE GARCIA

ORGANIZATION SKILLS, TOOLS, AND TECHNIQUES


EDU601: PROMOTING STUDENTS SUCCESS IN THE ONLINE LEARNING
DR. THERESA LALLY
MAY 30, 2017

Support, Progress, and Motivation

Course Site Link:


http://www.coursesites.com/s/_Lit135
Teacher and students share responsibility in educational environments. Both share an
equal responsibility of preparedness and professionalism.

TEACHER AND STUDENTS


RESPONSIBILITY
TEACHERS RESPONSIBILITIES
Provide class materials and resources
Provide feedback
Interact with Students
Provide guidance
Provide collaborative learning

A teacher bears responsibility for the


respect and dignity attributed to his/her
profession (Semradova, & Hubackova,
2016).
o Student is responsible for all assignments and classwork.
o Student is responsible for obtaining all materials needed to
complete classroom work/assignments.
o Student will attend class as required.
o Student will participate in class discussions.

STUDENTS RESPONSIBILITY
Instructors and students need tools to stay organized
and focused.
Organization helps keep a students research in
order for future reference.
Using technology organization tools can obtain a
successful and rewarding educational journey.
DIGITAL TOOLS
CALENDAR

Improves student learning by providing a


visual learning environment. Time
management is vital to student studies.

Click on video for organizational tips


RESOURCES

A syllabus outlines the course content. A syllabus will


contain the course curriculum, assignments, discussion,
and expectations of the learning outcome.

Look at the syllabus and understand the policies unique to your


instructor and what he or she thinks is most important. (Barrett, Poe, &
Spagnola-Doyle, 2012, part 5, pg. 120).
TECHNIQUES AND STRATEGIES

Techniques and strategies are focused on classroom


success.

Time management skills

Communication

Feedback

WITH THE BURGEONING OF INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY, UNIVERSITY PROGRAM IS VITAL
IN INTEGRATING TECHNOLOGY IN TEACHING
AND LEARNING. (HUSSEIN, 2017).

REFERENCE
Barrett, S., Poe, C. & Spagnola-Doyle, C. (2012). In power up: a practical students guide
to online learning. Pearson education. Courier, Kendallville. eText. ISBN-13;978-0-13-
278819-9. Retrieved from: http://view.ebookplus.pearsoncmg.com/ebook

Frank, T. (2015). My 3-Tier Planning System for Getting Stuff Done-College Info Geek. YouTube.
Retrieved from: https://youtu.be/8nkCt3OF6-8

Hussein, Z. (2017). Leading to Intention: The Role of Attitude in Relation to Technology


Acceptance Model in E-Learning. Procedia Computer Science, 105(2016 IEEE International
Symposium on Robotics and Intelligent Sensors, IRIS 2016, 17-20 December 2016, Tokyo,
Japan), 159-164. doi:10.1016/j.procs.2017.01.196. Retrieved from:
http://eds.b.ebscohost.com.proxy-library.ashford.edu/

Images. (2017). Retrieved from Google.

Semradova, I., & Hubackova, S. (2016). Teacher Responsibility in Distance Education.


Procedia - Social And Behavioral Sciences, 217(Future Academy Multidisciplinary
Conference "ICEEPSY & CPSYC & icPSIRS & BE-ci" 13-17 October 2015 Istanbul), 544-550.
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