Using online tools to deliver and facilitate learning

Using online tools to deliver and facilitate learning






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  • The key thing is that online learning is not just about rethinking learning activities, it is about a curriculum redesign.
  • Lower order thinking skills, Higher order thinking skills

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  • Go to View > Header & Footer to edit July 4, 2011 | slide RSCs – Stimulating and supporting innovation in learning Using online tools to deliver and facilitate learning Steve Saffhill [email_address]
  • Summary
    • N ational drivers
    • U seful e-learning tools
    • T eaching and learning models
    • S kills required
    July 4, 2011 | slide
  • Online Learning Task Force
    • The Task Force has concluded that:
    • “ online learning…
    • provides real opportunity for UK institutions to develop responsive, engaging and interactive provision which…
    • can deliver quality and cost-effectiveness and meet student demands for flexible learning”
    Photographer: Elizabeth Hunter of the British Library
  • Tool functionality July 4, 2011 | slide
    • Instructional
    • Social and Collaboration
    • Web conferencing
    • Document and presentation
    • Blog, web and wiki
    • Audio-visual
    • Communication
    • Productivity
    • Browsers and readers
  • Synchronous or non-synchronous?
    • Copied from Hrastinski
  • Challenges of online learning
  • Functionality (College perspective) Component To consider when choosing mode of delivery S kills Demonstrations between lecturers and learners A ssessment Design, submission C ommunication With lecturers and peers, formal and informal K nowledge Delivery methods for subject specific information R esources Access to books, journals, equipment A dministration Enrolment, induction, QAQE C areers Information, Advice and Guidance E mbed Reflection, ILP, pastoral, Bringing it all together
  • Pedagogy
  • Pedagogy
  • Technical ability
    • … of learners, lecturers and support staff
      • Motivation
      • Time
    • Task 3
      • Gather your post it notes and arrange in order of skill level
        • from beginner to expert
    July 4, 2011 | slide
  • Bloom’s Taxonomy LOTS to HOTS
  • Google tools to support Bloom’s Taxonomy (Kathy Schrock) July 4, 2011 | slide
  • e-Tools matrix July 4, 2011 | slide
  • Further resources
    • This presentation was part of the RSC East Midlands e-fair 2011 “Becoming an agile learning provider” for more information and to see all the resources go to:
    July 4, 2011 | slide