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Using Multi Layering To Design Interactions For Teaching

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Thisis the powerpoint presentation for my presentation at EDMEDIA conference 2009

Thisis the powerpoint presentation for my presentation at EDMEDIA conference 2009

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  • 1. Using Multi Layering to Design Interactions for teaching and learning in a Virtual Environment
  • 2.
    • Platform – www.mycosm.com
    • Invite only
    • Quality of graphics
    Penny Neuendorf CIT
  • 3. Penny Neuendorf CIT
    • Pedagogical approach to teaching and learning
    • Scaffolding (Constructivism)
    • Situated learning (Legitimate peripheral participation)
    • Debriefing (Critical Reflection)
  • 4. Penny Neuendorf CIT
    • SCAFFOLDING
    • Lots of support
      • Introducing them to the world
      • Building scenarios
    • Minimal support
  • 5. Penny Neuendorf CIT
    • Situated learning (Legitimate peripheral participation)
    • Environment looks like a workplace
    • Having professional (physiotherapist etc) in world to work along side the students
    • Tailored scenario role-plays to mimic real life situations
  • 6. Penny Neuendorf CIT
    • Briefing (Critical Reflection)
    • Briefing – part of the learning process
    • Debriefing – teacher guides students through the experience
  • 7. Penny Neuendorf CIT
    • Where we are at……
    • Finished the scenario development
    • About to trial the environment and the scenarios with Indigenous students