Benefits of Online Classes

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Online classes have been another way of learning and obtaining high school diplomas, certifications, training and college degrees. It provides students with online books and articles that students are able to access though the internet. There is endless information that is found on the intranet that teachers can access and relate to. Below is a figure from the Spiral technique that Mack’s indicated a teacher go through to ensure that students were learning the concepts being taught. The spiral assessment could be used in a variety of ways and teachers could use it to evaluate students, or principals evaluating teachers or it can also be used as a self evaluating assessment on content learned. I will be using Dr. Mack’s model as a self evaluation of the online learning experience and will reflect back on the experience and decide whether the online experience contributed to my learning or if it inhibited my learning. I will follow Paul Mack’s spiral plan and evaluate the design of the online lessons and programs I have experienced thus far. The spiral technique is reflected in the Figure 7.1:

> > > >> > > > > > > > 1. LEARNING:
GETTING READY> > > > > > > > > > > >
^> > Revise > >v
< < < <4.
FEEDBACK< < < < < < < <3.
DOING< < < <
Dr. Mack’s spiral assessment asks about the content and delivery of the learning experiences, did it align with the objective and relevance of the needs of the learner? I felt like it did. The objectives were relevant to me as an educator because I do want to make changes and I want to be an effective teacher. I feel like it is my job to make sure that I continue to learn all that I can so that the students with special needs get the most up to date teaching strategies that are appropriate, effective and research based. The modules were all informational and the assignments that went with each of...
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