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What is MAD about mattering?
Student Pre-Start Survey
Map your Heartbeat
Phase 4(Coming Soon)
Phase 5(Coming Soon)
Wiki Onboarding Instructions
Teacher Meeting Recordings and Minutes
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Create Heartbeat topic page
Editing the Wiki page
Sharing Content with Others
Use Wiki Discussion forums
Wiki Toolbar tutorial
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Here are a list of terms and their meaning as we progress through this project.
Teachers, please add more to this page as we go!
- this refers to learning or collaboration that is done
at the same time.
- this refers to learning or collaboration that is
at the same time, or on the same schedule.
- this refers to a way for students to meet each other virtually and virtually "shake hands" with one another. This is typically done through a video that students create about themselves and publish to the wiki.
- this refers to a model of teaching where the group of teachers involved with the collaborative project are all responsible for the collective group of students doing the project.
-A prevailing tone or theme on which a project is based. (in this case)
Alpha Test-a trial of machinery, software, or other products carried out by a developer before a product is made available for beta testing.
a trial of machinery, software, or other products, in the final stages of its development, carried out by a party unconnected with its development.
is the act of repeating a process, either to generate an unbounded sequence of outcomes, or with the aim of approaching a desired goal, target or result.
At the top level, a
with several posts. ... These groups are called a conversation, topic
, or simply a
forum, e-mail client or news client is said to have a "conversation view", "
topics" or a "
mode" if messages can be grouped in this manner.
(known also by various other names such as
, and online
) is a general term for any online "bulletin
" where you can leave and expect to see responses to messages you have left.
The 3R's of Global Collaboration: Receive, Read, and Respond
from page 128 of Flattening Classrooms:Engaging Minds
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