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    • Assessment Task 2 E Learning Tools Presentation Student Simon Stevens
    • Email
      • Email is the most commonly used computer tool
      • used extensively around the world
      • is becoming the communication tool of choice by most businesses and organisations
      • allows rapid development of online activities
      • can include attachments for learners to use
      • allows you, the trainer, to monitor and record interaction
      • relevance to the learner and their context
      • a conflict or problem which needs to be solved
      • prompts research and stimulates analysis from a variety of viewpoints or perspectives
      • an engaging story line and characters
      • use of appropriate technology to enhance the story. This may include graphics, multimedia interactions, video and audio clips, digital story telling
      Case Study
    • Email Case Study
      • VISUAL AND VERBAL LEARNERS
      • ACTIVE AND REFLECTIVE LEARNERS
    • Collaboration. Is it possible?
      • Email- Sending assignments and cc: questions into group emails
      • Case Study- Create group based activities to develop solutions to historic cases
    • Is Collaboration relevant?
      • This will depend on the topic and if the issue is individual based or group themed
    • What would collaboration look like? Email Case Study Student
    • Describe an activity for each strategy
      • Email- Assessments/ feedback/ questions/ time frames/ supporting evidence
      • Case Study- Group discussion on evaluating a crime scene based on a past event
    • The trainers role
      • Engage students seeking feedback
      • Follow up to see if they are learning
      • Technical skills req? – understanding of internet/email/power point
      • Support learners? Offer face to face where appropriate
      • Trainers – will set the topic and be available to discuss online or via return email
      • Assessment? – After completing the various case studies, student complete an exam or paper
    • S kills and S oftware
      • develop appropriate case study scenarios.
      • develop the elements of the case study using appropriate technologies