Text      Getting Started with Mobler      Cards and Ilias Question Pools      Part 3                                     ...
Overview1. Motivation for Mobile Learning2. Introducing the Mobler Cards App3. Lunch4. Making Great Mobler Cards
Content forself-practicing
The learning lies insolving a challengeNot in reading a question
Mobile content for practicingworks differently thancontent for tests
Some problems we encounteredwith existing learning material ...
Try to rememberthis for longerthan 5”
Focus on the Answer not on the Question
The question is no longervisible to the learnerswhen they seen the answer
Keep the question closeto the task at hand
e.g., remove additionalbackground informationEmphasize the question
True-or-false itemsare not fun afteranswering themfor the first time
Support thinkingNot guessing
True-or-false questionsoften refer toidentification-tasks
Shift the identificationto the answer section (e.g., by providing multiple choices)
Some items mightbe too easyor too complex
Rephrase the questionChange the task
Many complex questionscan be split into two ormore simpler questions
Avoid answer patternsThe leaners will learn thepattern not the subject
Trick questions      are almost like      true or falseEve   ryth       ing             is c                 orr          ...
Use trick questions rarely tokeep up the tensionMaybe one per pool
Enable progressNot quick wins
Use feedbackfor providingbackgroundinformation
Positive feedbackshould unlocknew insights
Negative feedbackshould help solving thequestion the next time
Mobler Cardsin the app store of your choice
Mobler Cardscreate your Mobler Cards courses today   http://hornet.ethz.ch/scorm_editor
Christian Glahn@phish108slidesha.re/phish108IAMLearn.org
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Part 3 of the Mobler Cards Workshop at the PfPC ADL WG meeting in Vienna, 6 Nov. 2012. This presentation focuses on tips for creating good content for Mobler Cards.

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  • Getting stated with Mobler Cards; Part 3

    1. 1. Text Getting Started with Mobler Cards and Ilias Question Pools Part 3 Dr. Christian GlahnCC http://www.flickr.com/photos/lwr/7453114934/
    2. 2. Overview1. Motivation for Mobile Learning2. Introducing the Mobler Cards App3. Lunch4. Making Great Mobler Cards
    3. 3. Content forself-practicing
    4. 4. The learning lies insolving a challengeNot in reading a question
    5. 5. Mobile content for practicingworks differently thancontent for tests
    6. 6. Some problems we encounteredwith existing learning material ...
    7. 7. Try to rememberthis for longerthan 5”
    8. 8. Focus on the Answer not on the Question
    9. 9. The question is no longervisible to the learnerswhen they seen the answer
    10. 10. Keep the question closeto the task at hand
    11. 11. e.g., remove additionalbackground informationEmphasize the question
    12. 12. True-or-false itemsare not fun afteranswering themfor the first time
    13. 13. Support thinkingNot guessing
    14. 14. True-or-false questionsoften refer toidentification-tasks
    15. 15. Shift the identificationto the answer section (e.g., by providing multiple choices)
    16. 16. Some items mightbe too easyor too complex
    17. 17. Rephrase the questionChange the task
    18. 18. Many complex questionscan be split into two ormore simpler questions
    19. 19. Avoid answer patternsThe leaners will learn thepattern not the subject
    20. 20. Trick questions are almost like true or falseEve ryth ing is c orr ect
    21. 21. Use trick questions rarely tokeep up the tensionMaybe one per pool
    22. 22. Enable progressNot quick wins
    23. 23. Use feedbackfor providingbackgroundinformation
    24. 24. Positive feedbackshould unlocknew insights
    25. 25. Negative feedbackshould help solving thequestion the next time
    26. 26. Mobler Cardsin the app store of your choice
    27. 27. Mobler Cardscreate your Mobler Cards courses today http://hornet.ethz.ch/scorm_editor
    28. 28. Christian Glahn@phish108slidesha.re/phish108IAMLearn.org

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