ITMA Project Update

NECC 2009 Wednesday Day 4  - 07I am making some good progress on my ITMA project. You can read my project proposal here. I finished my instructional analysis, which was a lot of work, but valuable for planning.

I have just begun creating the actual project. I have been having a lot of fun with the project. So far, I have completed six pages on the wiki that will house my project. For the first module, I have teachers exploring what kind of website they want to create. I had a lot of fun finding models of wikis. Some teachers are doing some great things with wikis. Here is my model wikis page.

I’m possibly looking for something else to use for the personality quiz on types of websites. I don’t have a lot of confidence that the one I used will do what I need (it seems to limit the number of quiz takers, forcing me to reset the numbers). If you know of a good personality quiz maker that I can embed in a wiki, please share.

A while back I promised more regular posting. I am going to commit to three days a week for the summer, starting this week. Here’s the schedule:

  • Mondays: Reflections on professional reading, professional development and grad school.
  • Wednesdays: Sharing lessons, tools, or ideas.
  • Fridays: Wild card. Whatever I feel like posting goes.

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2 thoughts on “ITMA Project Update”

  1. Wow! It looks as if you've put many hours and quite a bit of thought into this project. I really like your class wiki, too. I'm still not sure I totally understand the difference between wikis and Moodles, so I look forward to seeing how your project progresses.

    1. Almost 40 hours at this point. I need to document the time I spend on the project and turn in a timelog as a part of it. I am required to spend at least 150 hours on it.

      Thanks for your comments! I do plan to explain the difference between wikis and websites and blogs. I am not sure I'm going to get into Moodle because 1) I don't know it, and 2) it's not really what I was thinking of when I was thinking of websites.

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