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    • Model ing P ersonalized L earning E nvironment and S tudents E ngagement Raja Maznah Raja Hussain [email_address] Ng Huey Zher [email_address] Marsyitah Ismail [email_address]
    • Modeling Personalized Learning Environment and Students Engagement
    • Modeling Personalized Learning Environment and Students Engagement PROBLEMS Course page is EMPTY Course page used as REPOSITORY for course materials Course page has course materials and instructions which are ONE-WAY communication from lecturer Course page has course materials, instructions, assignments and forums started by lecturer but students are NOT OBLIGED to participate
    • Modeling Personalized Learning Environment and Students Engagement Please Students, have faith in them and support their learning through coaching and mentoring Model the philosophy, the use of strategies and supporting technologies Engage students in learning through careful instructional design and development, taking consideration students readiness, prior ICT skills, time management, appropriate reward system Support online learning through scaffolding, regular feedback and monitoring of student learning
    • Modeling Personalized Learning Environment and Students Engagement SHARE experience of engaging academic staff with e-Learning WORKSHOP : Designing for PLEaSE-ing with LMS To conduct a thorough instructional design, model the ICT culture and behavior, provide scaffolding that frees student to be creative and to take responsibility for their learning
    • Modeling Personalized Learning Environment and Students Engagement Conrad and Donaldson, 2004 Phases of Engagement model
    • PART 1 & 2:INTRODUCTION Modeling Personalized Learning Environment and Students Engagement FLOW OF THE WORKSHOP
    • Modeling Personalized Learning Environment and Students Engagement FLOW OF THE WORKSHOP PART 3:PHASE 1:ORIENTATION
      • Hands-on – STEPS TAKEN during the phase
      • Learner’s profile
      • Course expectation in lieu with the technology used
      • Assignments e.g. instructions, assessment and formative evaluation
      • Guide on how to use available functions in technology of choice
      • Assurance
      • ACTIVITY: Designing/planning instructions for the start of the course
    • Modeling Personalized Learning Environment and Students Engagement FLOW OF THE WORKSHOP PART 4:PHASE 2:CONSTRUCTION
      • Hands-on – STEPS TAKEN during the phase
      • Modeling from lecturer
      • Feedback from lecturer: Issues addressed from this process e.g. how much feedback, when to give feedback and how to give feedback
      • ACTIVITY: Designing feedback based on the given situation (s) using LMS function: forum, wikis
    • Modeling Personalized Learning Environment and Students Engagement FLOW OF THE WORKSHOP PART 5:PHASE 3:COLLABORATION
      • Hands-on – STEPS TAKEN during the phase
      • Peer to peer learning
      • ACTIVITY: How to sustain peer-to-peer learning
    • Modeling Personalized Learning Environment and Students Engagement FLOW OF THE WORKSHOP PART 6:PHASE 4:INITIATION
      • Hands-on – STEPS TAKEN during the phase
      • Students take lead – How to identify leaders among students, how to create a safe and sustainable environment for students to lead
      • ACTIVITY: When does the lecturer let go? To what extent does the lecturer has to let go?
    • Modeling Personalized Learning Environment and Students Engagement FEEDBACK Sparked new ideas Value of communicating with students “ Setting up Moodle has allowed my imagination to go wild with more ideas on how to make my classes more interesting and relevant to the gen net ie. Learning about forums, chat, grouping.“ “ The discussion parts were the most interesting especially when the participants were given the chance to use the chat program. Although we did not always adhere to the topic, it allowed us the freedom of expression and a sharing of knowledge which otherwise might not have happened if the whole workshop had been conducted in a traditional learning type of way.”
    • Modeling Personalized Learning Environment and Students Engagement FEEDBACK Improve workshop “ Perhaps more time can be given, e.g. Day 3 to really develop at least one of our courses online and see that it is pasted up and ready to be used for our upcoming semester.” “ Some examples which are specific for the field/area of specialization may give me a better idea on how to move on after this session.” “ Some videos related to the topic will be good to include.”
    • Modeling Personalized Learning Environment and Students Engagement Raja Maznah Raja Hussain [email_address] Ng Huey Zher [email_address] Marsyitah Ismail [email_address]