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  • 1. Universidad de Antioquia Escuela de Idiomas Sección Servicios Taller de estrategias y herramientas en e-learning E-tivities
  • 2. We use E-tivities in online teaching & learning because… • They’re cheap • They’re in the hands of the teachers • They’re easily changeable • They are focused on the application of learning • They are customizable and personalisable • They help to build communities of practice • They use any platform with a bulletin board or they can be adaptable to any tool • Evaluation for quality & effectiveness can be built into process • You can use them for any topic, any level 14/07/2013 Taller de estrategias y herramientas en e- learning
  • 3. E-tivities are: • Structured participative group work online • Motivating, engaging & purposeful • Based on interaction between learners/students & active contributions • Designed & led by an e-moderator (online teacher, tutor, trainer) • Usually asynchronous (i.e. over time) • Based on simple text based bulletin boards • On or offsite, blended or online only • One-off or built into a programme 14/07/2013 Taller de estrategias y herramientas en e- learning
  • 4. What your e-tivities need • Illustrative title • Small piece of information, stimulus, input or challenge (the ‘spark’) • Online action which includes individual participants posting a response (the ‘invitation’) • Interactive or participative element- such as responding to the postings of others (the Action & Interaction) • Elapsed time allowed, posting times required • Summary, feedback or critique from e-moderator 14/07/2013 Taller de estrategias y herramientas en e- learning
  • 5. For your e-tivities you’ll need • Technology: bulletin board accessible from anywhere or any other tool • A little training in: – Designing e-tivities – Running e-tivities – A bit of imagination • A little technical support 14/07/2013 Taller de estrategias y herramientas en e- learning
  • 6. What you get from e-tivities • More involvement, by students • Lower costs • Viable pilots • E-learning more acceptable • Visible knowledge/information transfer • Purposeful impact of e- learning 14/07/2013 Taller de estrategias y herramientas en e- learning
  • 7. On the bulletin board, forum or the introduction message of your e-tivity (1) • Provide just one instructional message, which contains everything your students will need to take part in the e-tivity and include: The purpose of the e-tivity (why the participants are doing it). If the e-tivity is assessed, indicate what might indicate success and how they can achieve it. 14/07/2013 Taller de estrategias y herramientas en e- learning What participants should do and how they can go about doing it.
  • 8. On the bulletin board, forum or the introduction message of your e-tivity (2) • How the participants should work together. What the e-moderator’s role is and when s/he will 14/07/2013 Taller de estrategias y herramientas en e- learning How long it should or could take in minutes or hours as well as when the e-tivity starts and when it should finish.
  • 9. Planning an e-tivity of your own to try 14/07/2013 Taller de estrategias y herramientas en e- learning
  • 10. Name of e-tivity choose an enticing one Purpose Really sell this to your participants. Check that you can use it too to evaluate for quality and outcome How many participants? Suggest 6-15 maximum first time Structure? Design 3 days on this, 4 days on that, 4 days for summary & feedback etc. E-lapsed time needed I.e. Calendar time, usually at least a week! E-moderators time Estimate your time (Then double...) E-moderator actions What you’ll do and when…most important part is keeping participants going and providing summary 7 feedback Student time Asynchronous working needs plenty of time to work Student actions What will they DO, (don’t forget to include responses to others) How Evaluated? Against what criteria will you judge success, and how will you get that information? Taller de estrategias y herramientas en e- learning