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An overview presentation of the e-Learning module of the Mphil in Health Sciences Education programme delivered on 5 February 2010.

An overview presentation of the e-Learning module of the Mphil in Health Sciences Education programme delivered on 5 February 2010.

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  • 1. MPhil HSE IIe-Learning Module 125 February 2010
    Bob Mash
    JP Bosman
    chse | Mphil23456
    https://maties2.sun.ac.za/rtad4/adm/
  • 2. “Soos die paddavertel, siensyvriend in syverbeelding die voëlsrondvliegsoosgrootvisse met vere. “Watnog?” vra die visongeduldig. (“’n Vis is ’n vis” – Leo Lionni)
  • 3. View from the clouds
    11:00-12:00 (theory)
    • Webstudies Year 2
    • 4. What is e-Learning?
    • 5. Prof Bob Mash (ADDIE in Action)
    12:00-13:00 (hands-on)
    • Create a blog
    13:00-13:30
    • Lunch break
    13:30-14:00
    • iSpring (PPT to flash)
    14:00-14:45
    - LMS discussion exercise
  • 6. Shift happens exercise
    Watch video while filling in the stats
    Shifts our understanding of our world
    Prepares us for our future
    How do we react?
    be afraid …
    be brave …
    Digital natives | digital immigrants
  • 7. What is e-Learning?
    Catch-all concept
    Computer-based, Web-based, ICT based, m-Learning
    Wikipedia: “e” = exciting, enthusiastic
    Part of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
    Why?
    It is not the “flavour of the month”
    The oil price and e-Learning 
    Can we afford not to?
    It adds value
    Aspects:
    Personal Learning
    Teaching
    Research
  • 8. ?
  • 9. Technology rules!
  • 10.
  • 11. l34rn
    Technology
  • 12. Student
    Engage
    Reflective
    Learning
  • 13. Planning the Curriculum / Beplan die kurrikulum
    Instruksioneleontwerp /Instructional design
    Situational
    analysis
    Writing
    outcomes
    Evaluation
    Planninga module
    Facilitating
    learning
    Assessment
  • 14. What is e-learning?
    Technology
    Learn | Teach
  • 15. Give e-Learning a try!
  • 16. A model for e-learning
    Constructivism
    Cognitivism
    Behaviourism
  • 17. E-Learning Grid i
    Distribution (Behaviourism):
  • E-Learning Grid II
    Interaction (Cognitivism):
  • E-Learning Grid II
    Collaboration (Constructivism):
  • New trends
  • 36.
  • 37. Planning the Curriculum / Beplan die kurrikulum
    http://www.grayharriman.com/ADDIE.htm
    http://www.nwlink.com/~Donclark/hrd/learning/development.html#Gagne
    Merrill's Component Display Theory
    Robert Gagne's Nine Steps of Instruction
    John Keller's ARCS Model of Motivational Design
    ReigeluthísElaboration Theory
    http://itsinfo.tamu.edu/workshops/handouts/pdf_handouts/addie.pdf
    Instructional design (how to)
  • 38. Planning the Curriculum / Beplan die kurrikulum
    Instructional design (how to)
  • 39. What’s Hot in HSE e-learning?
    Dr Steve Walsh – Concept maps for registrars
    Prof RazeenDavids – Flash course
    Ukwanda – Mobile learning for rural rotations
    Prof Dana Niehaus and Dr Liezl Koen – Video project for psychiatry
    Prof Juanita Bezuidenhout – Scenario based learning modules
    Nutrition – Renal Smart Blog
    Clinical Skills Centre – Video project
    Dr Debbi Marais – Mistress of Nutritious e-learning
    Prof Bob Mash – Join the e-Learning Family (medicine)
  • 40. Hands-on
    Blog
    iSpring
    LMS communication design (Webstudies)
  • 41. Module overview
    Outcomes
    Articulate the role of e-learning in HSE
    Identify the characteristics of a teaching environment and target group to select the most appropriate technology to facilitate learning
    Evaluate existing curricula, learning events and assessments to identify appropriate e-learning activities and strategies
    Use technology to facilitate learning and assessment
    Components:
    Theoretical: Introduce you to theoretical underpinnings
    Practical: Hands-on component to experiment with different types of technologies
    Module Description
    Contact session = Today
    Online component: 5 July – 30 July 2010
    Assignments due: 10 August 2010
    The creation of an e-Learning intervention using e.g. the ADDIE Instructional Design model
    Your reflection on the whole process of creating an e-Learning intervention on a blog.
  • 42. 1. Creation of e-Learning intervention (web, mobile, CD ROM)
    Design & Development
    Analysis
    Implementation & Evaluation plan
    Reflection and collaboration on blog including:
    How you did your analysis
    How you experienced the design and development phase
    Your implementation and evaluation plan
    2. Reflection and collaboration on blog including:
    Posting of summary of one article
    At least one comment on each of your colleagues’ blogs
    Module assignments
  • 43. Thank you!That’s enough + See you online