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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.

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