[SLED] SL Seal of Excellence?

Beth Ritter-Guth bethritterguth at gmail.com
Fri Jul 6 14:07:40 PDT 2007

Right, it is worth repeating that I am not talking about teaching/learning
or content.  I am interested in providing some sort of community driven
label that indicates that teachers have employed all efforts to cite
properly and respect student privacy.

On 7/6/07, Catheryn Cheal <cheal at oakland.edu> wrote:
> Hi Beth,
> I like the idea of self-governance or governance by a small group of early
> adopters, but the limits of that are for a short period for any emerging
> technology for teaching. Then the official regional acceditors will surely
> get in on the act. Besides I've seen too many different kinds of effective
> teaching for too many different kinds of learners to want to create
> artificial boundries about what's good and what's bad teaching at such an
> early stage here in Second Life... Although on rereading your post, it
> sounds like you're talking more about following certain regulations than
> making judgements about teaching methodologies.
> But I agree with Sarah that any regulation ought to stay informal, with a
> document one can check their own practices against. So I'd be all for this
> group starting that kind of document.
> Cathy (Kena Xeno)
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