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Featured Member


 Khaled Ghaben

 Information Technologist (IT)
 Instructional Designer

   

 

 

My eCoach was first introduced to me by my Instructional Technology professor, Dr. Peggy Benton at San Francisco State University. It provided a simple interface to make web pages, ideal for quick projects/workshops. I found that I had more time to concentrate on content rather than fiddling with web development software.

I was able to include some advanced features into the project using Web 2.0 services such as VoiceThread, Weebly, embedded flash videos, and custom html without issues.  One particular feature of the project that I enjoyed making was the flowchart.  The graphic was created in Lucidcharts, imported into Adobe Fireworks to create a HTML Hotspot Map, make it click-able and then integrate the html into My eCoach effortlessly without any coding or headache in probably less than 20 minutes.  

With the extra time my classmate, Becky Wong, and I were able to create more meaningful instructional content, graphics, and an overall well structured curriculum for the workshop.  The results were a success, and we all felt that the students benefited from the interactive elements and resourcefulness of a web-based instruction over paper instruction.

 

Khaled’s first project listed below was designed to aid a friend of his who is a high school college/career adviser. The last project listed was co-authored with Lynn Cox. Thank you, Khaled, for sharing your talent and skills with others as you pursue your career.

 

    Choose Your Career

 

    Cloud Storage and File Sharing


    Don’t Get Bitten

"My eCoach® has been an invaluable tool for developing projects with other teachers. It helps us to start with the standards, consider what we want our students to learn, and stay focused throughout the process. When we are finished, we have a complete project plan to use with our students and to share with colleagues. The plan looks professional and contains links to all the needed resources."


picturePhyllis Bartosiewicz
Teacher
Galesburg-Augusta Middle School, MI








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