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This presentation discusses some basic concepts of learning design and how they can get used for integrating mobile devices into course concepts. ...

This presentation discusses some basic concepts of learning design and how they can get used for integrating mobile devices into course concepts.

Presented as part of the CDT training at NATO School Oberammergau (Germany) on 14 May 2014.

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Mobile Learning Design - not just for ILIAS Mobile Learning Design - not just for ILIAS Presentation Transcript

  • Mobile Learning Design (not  just  for  ILIAS)  
  • Why should we go mobile?
  • Smart Phone Penetration (Quelle  Google,  2013;  n  =  1005)  
  • but in your organization there might be far more smart phones ~ 50% penetration isn’t that good
  • Smart Phone Penetration im VBS (age: 20-50yrs) (Quelle  ISN,  2012;  n  =    498)   1%   10%   51%   29%   9%   No  Mobile  Phone   Feature  Phone   iPhone   Android   Other  Smart  Phones   50%  wanted  to   buy  a  smart   phone  in  2013   89%!  
  • How can we integrate mobiles into our course design? The  big  quesNon     for  this  morning  
  • Learning Design Models You  already  learned   about  some   You  need  to  structure   your  course!    
  • A D D I E nalyze esign evelop mplement valuate Good  for  structuring  the     learning  design  life  cycle     No  so  good  for  doing   learning  design  
  • 4 Component Model of Instructional Design (4C/ID) •  Learning Task •  Learning Material •  Learning Process •  “Part-task Practice” Van  Mërienboer,  Ten  Steps  to  Complex  Learning   Good  for  structuring     the  learning  design   SNll  too  generic  for     creaNng  real  courses  
  • Hybrid Learning (design) Model
  • AcNvity   Type   Role   Role   Statement   AcNvity  Verbs   (choose  1  or  2)   InteracNon   Type   LMS  Tools  
  • Not all activities are well supported by all LMS!
  • Each course module has many activities!
  • CETL – Utilising Institutional E-Learning Services To Enhance The Learning Experience, University of Ulster. Hybrid Learning Model – Mapping Grid Page 2 of 4 http://cetl.ulster.ac.uk/elearning/index.php?page=8LEM-1 Activity/Task - Objective Learning Event Teacher’s Role Learner’s Role Resources Tools (inc. Technologies) Other Comments (1- 1, group work, Timing etc) HLM-­‐grid.pdf   What  should  learners   show  a_er  compleNng   the  acNvity  
  • CETL – Utilising Institutional E-Learning Services To Enhance The Learning Experience, University of Ulster. Hybrid Learning Model – Mapping Grid Page 2 of 4 http://cetl.ulster.ac.uk/elearning/index.php?page=8LEM-1 Activity/Task - Objective Learning Event Teacher’s Role Learner’s Role Resources Tools (inc. Technologies) Other Comments (1- 1, group work, Timing etc) HLM-­‐grid.pdf   AcNvity  Type     (only  one  per  line!)  
  • CETL – Utilising Institutional E-Learning Services To Enhance The Learning Experience, University of Ulster. Hybrid Learning Model – Mapping Grid Page 2 of 4 http://cetl.ulster.ac.uk/elearning/index.php?page=8LEM-1 Activity/Task - Objective Learning Event Teacher’s Role Learner’s Role Resources Tools (inc. Technologies) Other Comments (1- 1, group work, Timing etc) HLM-­‐grid.pdf   Role-­‐based   learning  verbs  
  • CETL – Utilising Institutional E-Learning Services To Enhance The Learning Experience, University of Ulster. Hybrid Learning Model – Mapping Grid Page 2 of 4 http://cetl.ulster.ac.uk/elearning/index.php?page=8LEM-1 Activity/Task - Objective Learning Event Teacher’s Role Learner’s Role Resources Tools (inc. Technologies) Other Comments (1- 1, group work, Timing etc) HLM-­‐grid.pdf   Supplementary  Material   (Learning  Resources)  
  • CETL – Utilising Institutional E-Learning Services To Enhance The Learning Experience, University of Ulster. Hybrid Learning Model – Mapping Grid Page 2 of 4 http://cetl.ulster.ac.uk/elearning/index.php?page=8LEM-1 Activity/Task - Objective Learning Event Teacher’s Role Learner’s Role Resources Tools (inc. Technologies) Other Comments (1- 1, group work, Timing etc) HLM-­‐grid.pdf   Mobile  Devices?   LMS?   Projector  in     class?  
  • The learning objective and the activity type help you to identify the best tools
  • Mobiles are great when you need great flexibility!
  • Mobile Learning Activities
  • E-Books Read the resources everywhere Integrated     into  ILIAS  
  • Mobler Cards Practice exam questions on the go Integrated     into  ILIAS  
  • Instant Messaging (SMS, Whatsapp) Update your peers quickly
  • Mobile Sensors Collect real-world data with your Camera or make Audio Notes
  • Collaborative image mapping (uses automatic geo tagging of mobiles) e.g www.panoramio.com
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  • Things to remember •  Structure your course into sets of activities •  Always define tasks for learners and trainers •  Map your resources to activities •  Choose the best tool for each activity •  You may have hammers, but not everything is a nail! •  Don’t restrict yourself to one activity type, use what is best for the learning objective!
  • Dr. Christian Glahn http://www.isn.ethz.ch https://github.com/ISN-Zurich/ @phish108   hcp://slidesha.re/phish108     hcp://lo-­‐f.at/glahn