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    • As a rule, learners should spend a minimum of 50% of their time in do activities Discovery Practice Discovery Practice Games & Games & Simulations Simulations Do Activities Content taken from E-Learning by Design 90% would be better! (Horton, 2006).
    • Do-type activities often include student to content, student to student, and student to instructor interaction. Discovery • Virtual laboratories Practice • Case studies • Role playing Games & Discovery Simulations Practice Games & • Quiz show games • Drill and practice • Puzzles Simulations • Hands-on • Adventure games • Guided-analysis Software simulations • Teamwork activities • Personal-response simulations • Mathematical simulations • Environmental simulations Do Activities Content taken from E-Learning by Design (Horton, 2006).
    • Drill and practice Hands-on Practice Photo by ggBO Photo by r_bowley Discovery Types of Games & Practice Simulations Activities Teamwork Guided analysis Photo by Challenge Business Photo by Jeremy Toeman Content taken from E-Learning by Design (Horton, 2006).
    • Apply skills, knowledge, and attitudes in real situations. Photo by Computer Science Geek Practice Verify the ability to apply low–level skills or Discovery knowledge before Adapt general, abstract moving on to more When to knowledge to specific use Games & complex items. practice concrete situations. Photo by Worldmegan Photo by Houstonian Simulations activities Automate skills and combine learning for Build confidence in the faster and more ability to apply learning. confident application. Photo by Prato9x Photo by Dan Pupek Content taken from E-Learning by Design (Horton, 2006).
    • Virtual Laboratories Practice Role-playing Case Studies Discovery Scenarios Photo by JulinaBleeker Games & Simulations Photo by blugrn Photo by Betina Tizzy Types of Discovery Activities Content taken from E-Learning by Design (Horton, 2006).
    • Exploratory Learning Discover skills and knowledge for themselves. Stimulate Curiosity Reveal Principles Focus on a subject and Guide learners to discover Practice motivate learners to seek trends, principles, and explanations. knowledge for themselves. Discovery Games & Simulations Photo by Alphachimp Studio When to use Discovery Activities Content taken from E-Learning by Design (Horton, 2006).
    • Word and jigsaw puzzles Photo by café.com Practice Discovery Quiz shows Mathematical and environmental Types of Games simulations Games & Photo by Jckcorbett70 and Simulations Photo by Shockwellenreiter Simulations Photo by Today is a Good Day Personal-response Software and device simulations simulations Photo by .imelda Photo by Thomas Small Content taken from E-Learning by Design (Horton, 2006).
    • Developing games and simulations are difficult, time consuming and expensive. Use different program applications to Practice create games (e.g. StudyMate). Discovery Games & Simulations Use games and simulations that have already been created (e.g. MyITLab). Use a design team to help you design, plan, specify and produce your game or simulation. Content taken from E-Learning by Design (Horton, 2006).
    • Drill and practice Hands-on Brainstorming List examples of practice activities for Photo by r_bowley Photo by ggBO your online course Types of that are aligned with Practice reaching your Activities primary objectives. Teamwork Guided analysis Photo by Challenge Business Photo by Jeremy Toeman Content taken from E-Learning by Design (Horton, 2006).
    • Virtual Brainstorming Laboratories List examples of Case Studies Role-playing discovery activities Scenarios Photo by JulinaBleeker for your online course that are aligned with reaching your Photo by blugrn Photo by Betina Tizzy primary objectives. Types of Discovery Activities Content taken from E-Learning by Design (Horton, 2006).
    • Brainstorming Photo by café.com List examples of games and simulations for your online course that Photo by Jckcorbett70 are aligned with Photo by Shockwellenreiter reaching your Photo by Today is a Good Day primary objectives. Photo by .imelda Photo by Thomas Small Content taken from E-Learning by Design (Horton, 2006).