Terri Golden
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“Others have seen what is and asked why.
I have seen what could be and asked why not.”

Pablo Picasso,
Pablo Picasso: Metamorphoses of the Human Form : Graphic Works, 1895-1972

My first “Educational experience” artifact was created for the Multimedia/Hypermedia course. I created a website in HTML to showcase web 2.0 tools like HyperText Markup Language (HTML), Audacity, Wikispaces, Adobe Flash, Adobe Photoshop demonstrating the skills I learned in the course.
My first “World experience” artifact was created and designed for Teachers at Bethlehem Christian Academy (BCA). The website serves as a repository of Open Source Software (OSS) tools which I recommend for Teachers' personal and professional development in technology.  
Artifacts 2- 5 of my "Educational experience”  are from a team project assigned to myself and 4 colleagues in the Instructional Design course.

Our Subject Matter Expert/Client was Professor Cheryl Ward. Dr. Ward has received numerous questions and expressions of interest about the “Flipped Classroom” and wanted my team to design a web-based learning system that informed learners on what the Flipped Classroom was, and how to do it. Each member of my team had very discreet roles and talents. I served as the Communicator. All communications between Instructor, Master’s Education Students, Colleagues, and the Team were my responsibility.  I was also responsible for the creating, monitoring, and maintenance of our Wikispaces which was the medium we used for communicating our analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation of our learning module.  Artifacts include our instructional design project paper,  the website for instruction on the Flipped Classroom,  our presentation, and a paper describing my role on the team.

My second "World experience" artifact is from a survey of Bethlehem Christian Academy (BCA) Teachers.  I conducted a survey  to make an assessment of the technology experience of the teaching staff. Based on their experience, I was able to determine where to start a Professional Deveopment in Technology progam. 

As a result of the survey, two websites were created and designed to address the immediate needs for technology training for Administrators, Teachers, Staff, Students, and Parents. The two websites are:

Open Source Software (OSS) tools  

Communication and Collaboration Instruction for the Classroom  will  launch this summer 2013 as a Professional Development in Technology Workshop.
Artifacts 6-8 in my "Educational experience”  are from a team project  assigned to myself and  colleague in the Web-Based Learning Systems (WBLS) course taught by Dr. I-Chun Tsai.

This  web based instructional design is created and designed as part of the Professional Development in Technology program for teachers at Bethlehem Christian Academy (BCA). Terri and I provide instructions for using Open Source Software (OSS) web tools for communication and collaboration, that enhance productivity and professional practice for integrating technology in the classroom.

Artifacts 6-8 include the WBLS project, and 2 documents describing the process for creating the instruction: TNTADD (Analysis, Design, Development), and TNTEI (Evaluation & Implementation).
Professional Development with BCA Teachers
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