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Company Directors, example of VET teaching with robust of collaboration and reflective practice.

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  • In the design of this learning object, the principles of adult learning are followed.Adults need to know why they are learning something, particular they should be told how it affectsAdults have a life time of learning and use honds on problem solving approaches to learningAdults want to apply new knowledge and skills immediately. Retention decrease if the learning is applied only someTime in the future.Objectives should be set for the course in areas of knowledge, skills and attitudes.How you are going to assess the courseOverview of the course content before the learner startsAn explanation of how the learner works their way through the course contentThe course content, including text and mediaA review of the content following completion of the course.Any assessments, whether integrated into the course or at the completion of the course3Help with using the courseOpportunity for the learner and instructor to provide feedback.
  • While there are many ways to prepare a script that contains all of the information required by a programmer to put together the e-learning course, the following template contains the basics. It can be modified and expanded as required. Remember also when preparing a script for e-learning, that it should be written in such a way that a non-programmer also can understand its content. This allows all stakeholders to use the script to assess the e-learning course before programming commences.Introduction• What is the title of the e-learning course?• What is the general purpose of the e-learning course?• Who are the stakeholders?• Who are the learners?• What are the specific outcomes of the e-learning course?• Overview of how the course is designed (this could be a flowchart or description of how the course is organised).• The general style and look and feel of the course (will it be photographic or cartoon style, for example).• What are the assessment requirements, and how will these be met?• What are the record-keeping requirements, and how will these be met?• The specification document that defines the project specifications and deliverables should be referred to.For each screen• What is the purpose of the screen? A brief description helps programmers to understand the screen and the way the learner interacts with it.• What text appears on screen?• What graphics are associated with the screen?• What audio and video elements are associated with this screen?• What interactivity is associated with this screen? This includes listing all buttons on the screen, and the consequences of the learner clicking each.• How will the screen look? This may be a description of the appearance of the screen, noting the location of each element. Or it may be a storyboard view, a sketch of the screen indicating the locations of each element. 
  • scriptEngages the learnerChallenges the learnerAllows the learner to demonstrate what they have learntIs set in a context related to the workplaceProvides timely feedback and contains formative and summative testingThe learners can demonstrate their understanding and application of outcomes.Is readily adaptable for new conditions if needed.A content checklist This checklist may prove useful once the content has been written, and before you send it to the programmer.q The content covers all of the objectives of the course, and is it all related to the objectives.q The course contains adequate scaffolding.q Is the course organisation clear and the content easy to read.q The content has been well edited and reviewed.q The content is interactive. That is, there are checks on how well the user has understood the content as they progress through the course, and the user has to do more than just read content on screen.q The course content is easy to navigate.q The amount of content on each screen is easily read, and there is not too much text on each screen (no more than about one screen of text).q There is appropriate use of media to support the text.q There will be no problems programming the content.  
  • Preparing content for e-learningThe following general steps are involved in preparing the content for an e-learning course:determine the objectives and outcomes for the course. Elsewhere in this Practical guide is information about creating instructional objectives.summarise the main topics for the content and arrange the content into an educationally sound sequenceapply instructional design to the content. This includes determining how units of the content will be assessed, what scaffolding the learners will need, and how the learners will progress through the content. It also includes breaking the content into manageable units for the learner. Sometimes called modules or units, these are discrete segments of work that accomplish specific objectives. They help the learner to access the content easily, and to see which parts of the course they have completed as they progressbrainstorm learning activities based on the content sequence. Try separating the theory from the practice and make the practice an interactive exercise. Put the theory into learner support and scaffolding, and rather than state facts, turn the facts into questionswrite the body of the content. It is important to ensure that the language level is appropriate for the learner community. Make sure that the content is chunked in amounts that fit comfortably onto a single screen. Minimise the use of jargon and acronyms, or at least explain them when their use is unavoidable. Use a style guide to have consistency in your writing. The Australian Government Style Manual [Style Manual, 6th edition, John Wiley and Sons] is a good fall-back if there is no corporate style guidemake sure the content is divided into units that comfortably fit on one screen. This process is called chunking. While it is possible to scroll through text, scrolling can make the learning cumbersomedetermine what media will be required to support the learning content and assemble the media in a way that will support the learning contentdecide how the learner will navigate through the content. Will the learner have complete freedom to navigate anywhere within the content, or will they be directed on specific paths? Will assessments be barriers to progress?determine what will be able to be printed or downloaded by the learner. This affects decisions about how the course will be delivered.

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  • Fundamental Instructional Design Principles
  • DesignThe module is comprised of autonomous tasks with a low level of guidance. Problem solving isexpected in the learning of design, where authentic tasks are used for writers to explore designaspects in the real world.The learning outcomes attempt to support content writers with little or no understanding of theintegration of content into a learning environment. The key concepts of instructional design in thecontext of executive education are applied through learner engagement includingReading, choosing, describing, reflecting, planning, investigation and inquiry.
  • A new eLearning module is being developed for the Australian Institute of Company Directors. The problem The challenge being addressed is to design a module whichopportunity being provides training in the fundamental principles of instructional addressed design to subject matter contributors/writers for the AICD who have little or know background in education. New research into designing for industry suggests that adults enjoy working in groups. Modules which are self paced do not allow for this. It is suggested to develop a community of practice for new designers to collaborate.
  • The target audience will be subjectThe learners/clients matter contributors/writers for AICD. and how they will The benefit to the learner will be in benefit gaining understanding of the fundamental principles in Instructional design. The benefit to the clients, will be in a design that AICD may wish to use in future as well as a current methodology used in industry which is research based.
  • How the training iscurrently delivered The Currently, my guess would be that the training is through face to face support.
  • Fundamental skills in Instructional Design How the innovation The learning design of the innovation will provide as will change current self paced elearning module which will provide delivery background knowledge, skills and suggestions of technology used in the design. The module will also address methods for learners to use reflective practice during the development of the project.
  • Meet the Analysis AICD Interpret Designers the Design Implement Evaluate Research problem  BackNextLearning and assessment – text Toolbox
  • Meet the AnalysisAICD InterpretDesigners the Design Implement Evaluate Research problem Throughout this Toolbox you will be working on a short module for company directors. As you are a content expert, you may Meeting the designers choose your own topic or one of our suggested areas. Short clip introductory clip on Fundamentals of Instructional design This short video will give you an overview of the project and what is involved to become an instructional designer  BackNextLearning and assessment Toolbox
  • Meet the AnalysisAICD InterpretDesigners the Design Implement Evaluate Research problem  BackNextLearning and assessment Toolbox
  • Meet the Analysis Design Implementation Evaluate AICDDesign Interpret ers the problemTheAnalyses Phase Click here to download Design Brief TASK There are several methodologies for developing eLearning material, which you may explore in the first phase of this module, i.e. the analysis of the problem. Step 1 – research learning design Resources Step 2 – research the various http://www.asktog.com/basics/firstPrinciples.html models http://www.mendeley.com/groups/778381/educationa l-multimedia-design-learning-interface-design/papers/ ndustry.flexiblelearning.net.au Step 3 - use the design brief template to support your thinking http://www.elnet.com.au/ http://toolboxes.flexiblelearning.net.au/  Back Next
  • Meet the Analysis Design Implementation Evaluate AICD Interpret Designers the problem DesignThe Analyses phase – Step 1 TASKS Brief PDF Project concept Listen to the audio lesson What are your motives for doing this project? Read What are the key ideas behind your project. Resources Document your ideas and add to your ePortfolio. What reading and ideas have influenced your project?  Back Next
  • Meet the Analysis Design Implementation Evaluate AICD Interpret Designers the problem Design BriefTheAnalyses Phase – Step 2 TASKS Listen to Ann’s brief story on SCOPING – where to start in eLearning Team members Scheduling Budget Resources Check list  Back Next
  • Meet the Analysis Design Implementation Evaluate AICD Interpret Designers the problem TASKS Design Brief ResourcesTheAnalyses Phase – Step 3  Back Next
  • Meet the AnalysisAICD InterpretDesigners the Design Implement Evaluate Research problem  BackNextLearning and assessment Toolbox
  • Meet the AnalysisAICD InterpretDesigners the Design Implement Evaluate Research problem The Design Phase – Often in design an elearning strategy is needed as the content should determine the style of eLearning. For eLearning to be effective, several characteristics have been identified. Short clip explaining design ClickLearning and assessment Toolbox
  • Meet the Analysis Design Implementation AICD Interpret Evaluate Designers the problemDESIGN TASKS Design Brief Listen to Sara’s design methodology Readings TEMPLATES  Back Next
  • Meet the Analysis Design Implementation AICD Interpret Evaluate Designers the problemDesign TASKS Design Brief Analyse problem Tutorials Resources Plan steps Guidelines Implement steps  Back Next
  • Meet the Analysis Design Implementation AICD Interpret Evaluate Designers the problemDESIGN Design Brief TASKS  Back Next
  • Meet the Analysis Design Implementation AICD Interpret Evaluate Designers the problemThe Project so Far TASKS Design Brief TEMPLATES  Back Next
  • Meet the AnalysisAICD InterpretDesigners the Design Implement Evaluate Research problem  BackNextLearning and assessment Toolbox
  • Meet the AnalysisAICD InterpretDesigners the Design Implement Evaluate Research problem  BackNextLearning and assessment Toolbox