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Efficient course design with nestor 2012


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  • 1. 4/25/2012 | 1Efficient Course design withNestor› ES&I/ Koos Winnips / Stefan Riezebos / Eline Noorbergen
  • 2. 4/25/2012 | 2Topics› 1 – Your courses in Nestor, examples, rubrics› 2 – New developments…› 3 – Changes in your course, updates?› 4 – break› 5 – Practical› 6 – Present results
  • 3. 4/25/2012 | 3Goals1. To be able to recognize standards in the use of Nestor2. To be able to translate ideas in the area of course design to practical use of Nestor3. To have insight in future developments in the use of Nestor4. Other goals? …
  • 4. 4/25/2012 | 4Blackboard exemplary course rubrics1. Goals and objectives2. Content Presentation: chunks, build-up of menu, visuals3. Engagement: active learning/higher order thinking4. Technology use: efficiënt, student centered5. Communication strategy: synchronous/a-synchronous6. Community-building: teamwork, assignments, communication7. Interactie-logistiek: guidelines about level of participation8. Expectations: clear?9. Assessment design: reliable, valid, focused on ”higher order thinking”10. Self-assessment: possible?11. Tutorials: extra materials, well linked, multiple channels?12. Support software, plugins?: well included, clear?13. Instructor role: clear, how to be contacted?14. Course/institutional policies: visible, consistent (plagiarism, ocasys links)15. Accessibility: all technically accessible?16. Accessibility: disabilities?17. Feedback: possibilities for feedback during and after
  • 5. Example #ntwrpn› Goals & Objectives: assignments, downloading assignments› Interaction logistics: checking portfolio assignments by students› Technology use: twitter – hashtag
  • 6. Example: Philosophies of social science› Content presentation: banner› Learner engagement: wiki assignment
  • 7. Example: eBKO› Target group: experienced lecturers› Goal: self-reliant work on BTQ (BKO)› Question: Is this the right environment to reach this goal?› Rubric: technology use (student centered)
  • 8. Other Blackboard functionality
  • 9. Course design, constructive aligment› Why would you need Nestor?› Do you need Nestor?› What problem would it solve for you?› Does it solve any problem for you?› Goals -> Examination -> Methods
  • 10. 4/25/2012 | 10Developments: Open Content› “Free” (as in “free speech”, not as in “free beer”) • Khan Academy: • Open Courseware: • • iTunesU • •›› Creative commons license
  • 11. 4/25/2012 | 11Developments: Weblectures Wieling & Hofman (2010)
  • 12. Powervideo – screencast-o-matic.com
  • 13. 4/25/2012 | 13Developments: reactionlecture
  • 14. › More info: an_het_onderwijs_in_grote_colleges_NL.pdf
  • 15. 4/25/2012 | 17Question: course design› What ideas have you got to change your course? Report back (in 3 mins): • What is my goal? • Tryout • Evaluate: will this work?
  • 16. 4/25/2012 | 18More…Nestorcoordinators: orcoordinatoren Nestorsupport tel: 8282 /› Or: Individual support programme (IOT)› rpOnderwijs/index
  • 17. 4/25/2012 | 19Thank you!