Tamar Silverstein

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Managing the E-Learning Environment | Origin: EL102 | New comment by Tamar Silverstein

This study course was extremely helpful in explaining how to bring in students who are not participating, disruptive, overwhelmed by technology, procrastinate, disruptive to class and instructor.

Engaging Learners | Origin: EL102 | New comment by Tamar Silverstein

Requesting feedback often and sincerely is critical in order for the instructor to know if the student's expectations are being met, ways to improve the class and ways the instructor can improve the...

Projecting Your Presence | Origin: EL102 | New comment by Tamar Silverstein

I never really thought about the projection of your authority from afar while online, but it makes sence.  To facilitate sharing, opening up and influencing students.

Course Delivery | Origin: EL102 | New comment by Tamar Silverstein

Even though I've taken several Online classes, I'm still nervous about technical issues, like my modim dying or internet access going down in the middle of a timed exam. Now I know when those things...

Engaging Online Learners | Origin: EL141 | New comment by Tamar Silverstein

I remember staying up late into the night waiting for my instructor to answer my questions or send a clarification, so I've learning the importance of efficient and effective feedback.  

Using Student Needs as Learning Tools | Origin: ED108 | New comment by Tamar Silverstein

Pretesting, review is good for students and instructors.

Understanding Multiple Intelligences | Origin: ED108 | New comment by Tamar Silverstein

Very interesting to learn about the multiple intelligences, shaming of students and the importance of differentiating instruction for each learnng style.

The Learning Process | Origin: ED108 | New comment by Tamar Silverstein

It's good to be aware that some students have a difficult time with abstract thinking and prefer the safe ground of concrete thinking.  

The Classroom | Origin: ED107 | New comment by Tamar Silverstein

I have witnessed the reaction of students when music is played, it definitely energizes them.