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  1. 1. Structuring e-learning activities for sound pedagogy By Paula Barnard-Ashton Twitter: @PaulaBarAsh
  2. 2. Overview • This workshop will provide: – an introduction to blended learning and an overview of e-Learning tools; – a discussion on pedagogic principles in blended learning (objectives, content presentation, learning mechanisms, assessment); – tea – a group discussion on planning a blended learning module (using participants learning modules). – The workshop will close with a review of lecturer participation in blended learning (time and effort), feedback and a “where to from here” discussion. • Delegates should bring a learning module that they would like to explore the possibility of converting into a blended learning module.
  3. 3. Delegates will... • Understand the e-Learning tools and networks available. • Feel inspired to drive a blended learning approach into their teaching and learning activities through their knowledge of the pedagogy supporting a blended learning approach. • Have the skills to plan and monitor a blended learning module.
  4. 4. Blended learning focus • Blended learning is the integration of face-2-face teaching practice with e-learning practice. – Optimise learner interaction with the course material. – Both the learner and lecturer are active participants in the learning process. – Learning activities can occur 24/7 – Opportunities for revision
  5. 5. “Chat” • What does Blended Learning mean to you? • Where is learning and pedagogy heading?
  6. 6. Pedagogic Trends • Ride the wave of Social Constructivism with “connectivism” – Group work – Problem based / scenario based • Web 2.0 and the millenial generation – Information overload knowledge
  7. 7. Basics of Learning • Learning Outcomes – Exit level • Learning Module Objectives • Learning Module Content • Learning Activities • Learner Assessment / Evaluation
  8. 8. Social Networking File-sharing sites Wiki’s Share & Collaborate Social Media ???? RSS & Widgets iGoogle Netvibes Google Reader From Maggie Verster’s presentation: Social Media 101
  9. 9. VLE tools collaboration connection content
  10. 10. Software / enablers I think you should see • Twitter/ facebook / Linkedin • Skype / Mxit • Moodle • SlideShare / YouTube • Dropbox • Cosketch • Mindmeister • Bubbl.us • SecondLife
  11. 11. Enter the classroom • Learning spaces • Presentation tools – OHP  PPT – Chalk  Electronic Whiteboard – Hand up  Responders – Demonstration  Video • Teacher roles
  12. 12. Learning Activities • Reading Literature F2F • Lectures / Presentations Virtual • Skills Laboratories • Workshops / Workgroups / PBL sessions • Facilitated Tutorials • Clinical Fieldwork • Assignment • Assessment – Formative and Summative • Research / Clinical Trial
  13. 13. discussion on planning • Group work... Lets look at your own learning modules
  14. 14. Review • SWOT • Where to from here?
  15. 15. PowerPoint Twitter Feedback Slide From http://www.sapweb20.com/ © SAP 2009 / Page 16

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