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Odl9 asgmt 2 by sab rp Odl9 asgmt 2 by sab rp Presentation Transcript

    • ODL PG Module 9
    • ‘ Issues & Trends in Higher Education’
    • Assignment 2 presentation
    • by
    • Rames Prasath &
    • Shawira Abu Bakar
    • Goal:
    • To explore best practices that use latest /
    • merging technologies & tools.
    • Specific Objectives:
    • To present findings in a form of slides on how a course has incorporated these emerging technologies.
  • A Flipped Classroom model for Teaching & Learning
    • The flipped classroom inverts traditional teaching methods, delivering instruction through learning opportunities sourced from outside of the classroom and moving assignments into the class.
    • A pedagogical concept that replaces standard lecture in classroom format.
    • Students are challenged to demonstrate conceptual understanding of ‘Basic Life Support’ skills for Prehospital Emergency Healthcare Providers.
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    • Continuous Assessment of Students Activities done by Facilitator (weightage 30%)
    • Peer Assessment scores done by students on value of peer contribution for project execution (weightage 30%)
    • E-Portfolios submitted by individual students that detail personal reflections and observations on the project (weigthage 40%)
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    • "An e-portfolio is a purposeful aggregation of digital items such as ideas, evidence, reflections, feedback etc, which 'presents' a selected audience with evidence of a person's learning and/or ability."
    • … Sutherland and Powell (2007)
    • An electronic portfolio, also known as an e-portfolio or digital portfolio, is a collection of electronic evidence assembled and managed by a user, usually on the web .
    Such electronic evidence may include inputted text, electronic files, images, multimedia, blog entries and hyperlinks. E-portfolios are both demonstrations of the user's abilities & platforms for self-expression, and, if they are online, they can be maintained dynamically over time.
  • lifelong learning motivated learners effective pedagogy values languages 21st century skills e-learning confident engaged learners values languages 21st century skills Principles key competencies learning areas achievement objectives effective assessment Why e-portfolio?
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  • Company Name e-Learning Anywhere, anytime. Create not consume. Engages & motivates. Student voice and audience. Infused in teaching & learning. Connect, share & collaborate. Beliefs about eLearning Facilitate higher order thinking.
  • 100% free software multiple user blogging platform password secure all learning artifacts (podcasts, movies, customisable quicktime, pics etc.) can be embedded anywhere, anytime access feedback, comments & reflections added to any artifact, page or post embedded in teaching and learning
    • The following two features have been presented
    • as evidence to support current trends and
    • technologies in education :
    • Use of Flipped Classroom
      • As an emerging instructional design alternative to traditional teacher led educational activity.
    • Use of e-Portfolios
      • Use of ICT as an efficient medium to record and transfer evidence of students’ learning.