Digital Learning

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Digital Learning by Mind Map: Digital Learning

1. Technology Resources

1.1. For Students

1.1.1. Interactives

1.1.1.1. Google Earth

1.1.1.2. Art Project

1.1.1.3. Google Lit Trips

1.1.1.4. Scribble Maps

1.1.1.5. Study Stack

1.1.1.6. Online Telescope

1.2. For Teachers

1.2.1. Content Area

1.2.1.1. PBS Learning Media

1.2.1.2. Teachers First

1.2.1.3. Gooru

1.2.1.4. Participate Learning

1.2.1.5. YouTube

1.2.1.6. SchoolTube

1.2.1.7. TeacherTube

1.2.1.8. iTunes

1.2.1.9. Khan Academy

2. Digital Storytelling

2.1. Point of View

2.2. Narrator's Point of View

2.3. A Dramatic Question

2.4. Content of Paradigm

2.5. Gift of your Voice

2.6. Pacing of your Narrative

2.7. Power of your Audio

2.8. Images

2.9. Economy of the Story Detail

2.10. Appropriate Grammar and Language Usage

3. Learning Management Systems (LMS)

3.1. Google Classroom

3.1.1. Paperless classroom

3.1.2. Making Class Annoucements

3.1.3. Sharing Resources

3.1.4. Creating Assignments and Materials

3.1.5. Protecting Students Privacy

3.1.6. Monitoring & Viewing Student Work

3.1.7. Encouraging Student Collaboration

3.1.8. Simplifying the turn-in process

3.1.9. Reducing Student Cheating

3.1.10. Creating a discussion

3.1.11. Organizing Assignments with Due Dates

3.1.12. Giving Feedback before final submission

3.1.13. Emailing Students

3.1.14. Contacting Students who may need Assistance

3.1.15. Questions about Assignments

3.1.16. Emailing Feedback

3.1.17. Creating an Ad Hoc Playlist

3.1.18. Creating Folders

3.1.19. Linking Directly to Student Work

3.1.20. Collecting Data

3.1.21. Sharing Data

3.1.22. Sharing between Multiple Classes

3.1.23. Collaborate Note-Taking

3.1.24. Displaying Student Work

3.1.25. One Student, One Slide

3.1.26. Targeting Parent Phone Calls

3.1.27. Polling

3.1.28. Sharing a Document with the Class

3.1.29. Knowing which Student edits a Collaborative Document

3.1.30. Linking to a Website

3.1.31. Peer Feedback

3.1.32. Providing "After-Hours" Help

3.1.33. Distributing Notes

3.1.34. Sharing Informal Learning

3.1.35. Emailing the Teacher

3.1.36. No more Teacher Take-Home-Homework

3.1.37. Student Projects

3.1.38. Central Location for all Documents and Files

3.1.39. Documenting Digital Works

3.1.40. Creating Work/Files/Documents through Google Documents

3.1.41. Identifying Student Work

3.1.42. Viewing Assignments

3.1.43. Collaborating with Peers

3.1.44. Virtual Office Hours

3.1.45. Virtual Faculty Meetings

3.1.46. Steaming Counseling

3.1.47. Observing another Classroom

3.1.48. Watching Students do Homework

3.1.49. Sharing Student Samples

3.1.50. Providing Choices

3.1.51. Polling in Google Classroom

3.2. Schoology

3.3. Moodle

3.4. Blackboard

3.5. Edmodo

3.6. Canvas

4. Communication

4.1. Asynchronous

4.1.1. Question & Answer (Q&A) with FAQ Feature

4.1.2. E-mail

4.1.2.1. G-mail

4.1.2.2. Yahoo!

4.1.2.3. Hotmail

4.1.3. Online Polling

4.1.4. Electronic Notepad

4.1.5. Time Schedule & Announcement Board

4.1.6. Document Conversation & Sharing

4.1.7. Blogging

4.1.7.1. Edublogs

4.1.7.2. Wordpress

4.2. Synchronous

4.2.1. Video Conference

4.2.1.1. Skype

4.2.1.2. Zoom

4.2.1.3. ooVoo

4.2.1.4. Google Meet

4.2.2. Instant Messaging

4.2.2.1. GroupMe

4.2.2.2. IMessage

4.2.2.3. Facebook Messenger

4.2.2.4. WhatsApp

4.2.3. Shared Window Function

4.2.4. Shared Whiteboard

4.2.5. Consultation Session Recording

4.2.6. List of Participants

5. Digital Citizenship

5.1. Respect

5.1.1. Digital Access: Full electronic participation in society

5.1.2. Digital Etiquette: electronic standards of conduct or procedure

5.1.3. Digital Law: electronic responsibility for actions and deeds

5.2. Educate

5.2.1. Digital commerce: electronic buying and selling of goods

5.2.2. Digital Communication: electronic exchange of information

5.2.3. Digital Literacy: process of teaching and learning about technology and the use of technology

5.3. Protect

5.3.1. Digital Rights and Responsibilities: those freedoms extended to everyone in a digital world

5.3.2. Digital Health and Wellness: physical & psychological well-being in a digital technology world

5.3.3. Digital Security (self-protection): electronic precautions to guarantee safety