eLearning Commandments

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eLearning Commandments

  1. 1. eLearningCommandments
  2. 2. PEDAGOGY FIRST,TECHNOLOGY LATER
  3. 3. PEDAGOGY FIRST, TECHNOLOGY LATER First think about what the students need to learn i.e. focus on learning. Then think about how itis best for them to learn it i.e. decide how tobest harness technology to deliver that
  4. 4. PEDAGOGY FIRST, TECHNOLOGY LATER First think about what the students need to learn i.e. focus on learning. Then think about how itis best for them to learn it i.e. decide how tobest harness technology to deliver that Learning & resultant performance is theprimary
  5. 5. PEDAGOGY FIRST, TECHNOLOGY LATER KEY TAKEAWAY Technology is just a means to an end.The desired end is learning & resultant performance.Technology can’t replace learning , only augment & support it
  6. 6. ALWAYS TIE TOPERFORMANCE OUTCOMES
  7. 7. ALWAYS TIE TO PERFORMANCE OUTCOMES Learning content must be targeted correctly
  8. 8. ALWAYS TIE TO PERFORMANCE OUTCOMES Learning content must be targeted correctly It is important to know about your learners, their goals and their problems
  9. 9. ALWAYS TIE TO PERFORMANCE OUTCOMES Learning content must be targeted correctly It is important to know about your learners, their goals and their problems Focusing right ensures that the learners understand well, the learning is retained longer andimproves performance & problem-solving
  10. 10. ALWAYS TIE TO PERFORMANCE OUTCOMES KEY TAKEAWAY Focus on the learner’s problems & learningobjectives to ensure that the learning helps deliver the required performance outcomes
  11. 11. USE SMALL & SMALLER LEARNING UNITS
  12. 12. USE SMALL & SMALLER LEARNING UNITSSmall learning units help the learners by : Allowing flexibility in creating personalized learning
  13. 13. USE SMALL & SMALLER LEARNING UNITSSmall learning units help the learners by : Allowing flexibility in creating personalized learning Helping design a custom learning experience
  14. 14. USE SMALL & SMALLER LEARNING UNITSSmall learning units help the learners by : Allowing flexibility in creating personalized learning Helping design a custom learning experience Allowing for the right amount of content to be delivered - not more, not less
  15. 15. USE SMALL & SMALLER LEARNING UNITS KEY TAKEAWAY Smaller the learning unit,better the possibility of personalizing the learning as per the individual learner’s need
  16. 16. SIMPLICITY IN PRESENTATION & CONTENT STRUCTURE
  17. 17. SIMPLICITY IN PRESENTATION & CONTENT STRUCTURE Present the idea as clearly & simply as possible
  18. 18. SIMPLICITY IN PRESENTATION & CONTENT STRUCTURE Present the idea as clearly & simply as possible Eliminate all unnecessary detail
  19. 19. SIMPLICITY IN PRESENTATION & CONTENT STRUCTURE Present the idea as clearly & simply as possible Eliminate all unnecessary detail Learners understand the best when the learning is delivered with simplicity
  20. 20. SIMPLICITY IN PRESENTATION & CONTENT STRUCTURE Present the idea as clearly & simply as possible Eliminate all unnecessary detail Learners understand the best when the learning is delivered with simplicity The structure of the content should be in the right order & should facilitate understanding
  21. 21. SIMPLICITY IN PRESENTATION & CONTENT STRUCTURE KEY TAKEAWAYThe presentation and the structure of the contentshould be simple & easy to understand for learning to be effective
  22. 22. CONTEXT, CONTEXT, CONTEXT
  23. 23. CONTEXT, CONTEXT, CONTEXT For the learning to be effective, put the idea into context
  24. 24. CONTEXT, CONTEXT, CONTEXT For the learning to be effective, put the idea into context Context helps the learners quickly decipherwhat information is relevant in a given situation
  25. 25. CONTEXT, CONTEXT, CONTEXT For the learning to be effective, put the idea into context Context helps the learners quickly decipherwhat information is relevant in a given situation Ensure that the context is maintained in throughout the learning, during practice and assessment
  26. 26. CONTEXT, CONTEXT, CONTEXT For the learning to be effective, put the idea into context Context helps the learners quickly decipherwhat information is relevant in a given situation Ensure that the context is maintained in throughout the learning, during practice and assessment Enhance by using scenarios, stories, examples, demonstrations & case studies
  27. 27. CONTEXT, CONTEXT, CONTEXT KEY TAKEAWAY Provide context relevant to thelearner’s workplace performance. Not abstractions
  28. 28. Upside Learning Solutions Pvt.Ltd www.upsidelearning.com Email : info@upsidelearning.com Images courtesy of www.sxc.hu

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