The principles of online learning design are taught through the creation of an authentic online intervention (product and/or process) Process of development is explained and defended in an electronic portfolio. The overall learning design approach was adapted from Dabbagh, N. & Bannan-Ritland, B. (2005) Concepts, strategies and application. P233-270. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Person.
An EDUCATIONAL portfolio that makes explicit the assumptions that you held about: the overall learning design model that you adopted or adapted the context in which the learning intervention would take place the outcomes to be achieved by the learners how your understanding of learning informed your choice of pedagogy how you selected various teaching strategies to support the learners how you adopted various information and communication technologies to support these teaching strategies how you formatively evaluated the design of your small-scale intervention Reflects on the value of developing an e-portfolio noting the benefits and the possible shortcomings.
Using the Sakai wiki as a free-form e-portfolio
Using the Sakai wiki as a free-form e-portfolio Cheryl Hodgkinson-Williams Associate Professor Centre for Educational Technology, University of Cape Town 14 June 2010
Masters programme in Information Communication Technology (ICT) in Education at UCT
Example of an e-portfolio Podcast of students’ interpretation of online learning design process Reworked diagram from Dabbagh & Bannan-Ritland 2005
Example of an e-portfolio (2) Explanation of why a particular online design model was chosen
Example of an e-portfolio (3) Reflection on process of developing an e-portfolio
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