Eagle Consulting’s Existing "People-Ready"
Broadband Entrepreneurship and Digital Literacy Curriculum
in fast-track online Internet training for rural, remote, at-risk, and
indigenous learners, since 1997;
Lone Eagle Consulting's current emphasis is on designing local, regional, state, and national broadband awareness and adoption campaigns, specifically for vulnerable populations.
Extensive “People-Ready” curriculum has been developed by Lone Eagle Consulting and is online and available without restriction. Since 1988, prior to becoming Lone Eagle Consulting, all curriculums have focused on gathering and disseminating the best of the best web resources with the following online courses serving as a brokerage of the highest quality resources. Additional Links are available at http://lone-eagles.com/expertise.htm or by request. The Lone Eagle Website has an internal Google search engine.Lone Eagle's Online Courses dedicated to showcasing the "Promise of Broadband" for
EDUC 58073 Social Media for Educators
Offered by the Alaska Staff Development Network and Alaska Pacific University.
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Non-Credit - Teaching Effectively Online
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Non-Credit - 21st Century Workforce Readiness
Century Learn, Earn, and Serve
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A companion curriculum for students to the course for educators immediately above. This customizable free short course can be used to teach anyone - quickly - how to create their own electronic portfolio and social media presence, and how to create and host their own instructional video captures posted on their own Youtube channel. Originally designed for Alaska Native and Native American HS drop outs, as a Rogue Scholars program.
This 21st Century Workforce Readiness online course integrates digital literacy, broadband entrepreneurship, global citizenship, and civic engagement through community service, with careful attention to the unique needs and interests of all participants. Using Web 2.0 social media tools in a mastery learning format, career explorations and resources are presented with emphasis on emerging Internet employment and entrepreneurship opportunities. The Academy introduces financial, business, media, information, and entrepreneurship literacies in a global citizenship context. Designed for youth not-in-school, participants will create an electronic resume on which they will quickly begin posting new media innovations created in each lesson, such as instructional videos they created for peers, Ecommerce websites created for local businesses, and new media reflecting knowledge of the latest social media tools and best practices. This course was originally created for Alaskan Native Youth not-in-school but is intended to be adaptable for any specific vulnerable population. Created in 2009, for the Alaska Department of Labor, major updates are planned for 2011.
EDUC 59701 - Making the Best Use of Internet for K12 Instruction
Offered as a recommended first online course for K12 educators, administrators, and homeschooling parents,
by Lone Eagle Consulting via the Alaska Staff Development Network and Alaska Pacific University.
All lessons are online without restriction Click to review all lessons:
Review the following listing of final projects created by hundreds of rural teachers in this class:
For questions please contact Instructor
Frank Odasz; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Cell: 406 925 2519
If you have registration questions please contact:
Troy Choquette, Program Coordinator
Alaska Staff Development Network
Or Contact Kathy Blanc
PH: 907 364 3801
Self-Directed Digital Literacy Training and Resource Guides for All Learners. (Some are available in print and/or downloadable for reprinting)
Computer Skills: A First Lesson
Introduction to Online auctions (Like Ebay)
Ecommerce Internet Skills
A Beginner’s Guide to Profiting from the Internet
[Rural Ecommerce and Telework Strategies]
Common Ground, A Cross-cultural Self-directed Learner’s Internet Guide
141 pages, the resource handbook course listed above; suitable for all learners; “Making the Best Use of Internet For K12 Instruction,”
Echoes in the Electronic Wind; A Native American/Alaskan Native Cross-cultural Internet Guide
166 pages Same as “Common Ground” with the addition of 22 pages of Native education links.
Rural Ecommerce and Telework Strategies
http://lone-eagles.com/eguide.htm 220 pages A comprehensive guide for rural leaders.
Lone Eagle Online Resources (the motherlode)
Community Training Resources
Good Neighbor’s Guide to Community Networking
Community Digital Literacy Event Models
http://lone-eagles.com/smart.htm Dozens of original articles and resources.
Center for Sustainable Families Proposal
Social Media Training Resources:
Lone Eagle Youtube Channel (Ecommerce and Telework success stories)
Eagle Wiki of Web 2.0 Resources for K12
Lone Eagle Blog
The FCC Lone Eagle Broadband Training Best Practices Web Site
U.S. Federal Communications
Commission's Native American Division has posted
broadband training best practices http://lone-eagles.com/best.htm
on their www.fcc.gov/indians
site (listed as Examples of Broadband Training Best Practices) in their
Internet Resources listing: http://www.fcc.gov/indians/internetresources/
The new FCC chairman, Julius Genachowski, has asked those with big
please speak up. We can expect to see a lot of innovation related to
and Social Media.
For All American Indian and
A Web-Raising Template Proposal with Extensive free
Free Ecommerce websites for all tribal and individual businesses
Online Web Tour: http://lone-eagles.com/web-raising.htm
PH: 406 683 6270
Cell: 406 925 2519