Key features of E-tivitiesA small piece of information, stimulus or challenge (the ‘spark’) Online activity which includes individual participants posting a contribution An interactive or participative element- such as responding to the postings of others Summary, feedback or critique from an e-moderator (the ‘plenary’).
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Visualising the learning designNatalie Parnis <br />
Affordances Activity<br /> Task: <br /> From the affordances sticker sheet, choose a task and tools you think might fit with the task. Cut these out first and stick the activity in the centre of your paper and the tools around the outside .<br /> Then cut out all the affordances. Select one tool and cluster around the selected tool the +ve affordances you think it has. Then label with potential –ve aspects or constraints. Use the list given or add your own. <br />
Using E-tivities<br /> E-tivities are frameworks for enhancing <br /> active and participative online learning by <br /> individuals and groups.<br />Salmon,G. (2002) E-tivities: The Key to Active Online Learning. London: Routledge<br />
An example of an E-tivity<br />Salmon,G. (2002) E-tivities: The Key to Active Online Learning. London: Routledge<br />
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