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[There are many creative ways you can design online assignments to engage your students and enhance their learning experience. Ideas include:
Use a blog as a platform to encourage students to reflect on their learning in weekly blog posts
Encourage data analyzation and information literacy by having students summarize knowledge and data by creating an infographic
Appeal to visual students by giving students the choice to submit a comic strip, magazine cover or videoblog instead of a writing assignment
Give students the opportunity to practice digital productivity skills by asking them to demonstrate their learning through: creating a marketing slideshow presentation, organizing their thoughts and demonstrating connections through a Mind Map, using a digital whiteboard to brainstorm and collaborate
Finally, when designing assignments try to incorporate elements of transparent assignment design; this includes clearly communicating the purpose of the assignment, the task to be accomplished and criteria of how students will be assessed. For more information refer to: Transparent Assignment Design]
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