Basics of e-Learning DAY III

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  • Link with e-learning: learning environment can be partially (blended) or completely online.
  • No typology is all-inclusiveandone tool cannotbelimitedtoonecertain “goal” or “teaching methods”. Tools are alsoconstantlychangingandevolving. But, for the sake of clarity we willuse a “framework” fortoday…
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  • Basics of e-Learning DAY III

    1. 1. Basics of e-learningIntroduction to Instructional DesignDAY IIIStijn Van LaerMariet VriensBas Bergervoet
    2. 2. ICT and the learning environment Context Objectives Evaluation Support Learning Activities Contents Teaching Methods Materials By whom Learning Environment Student Characteristics
    3. 3. A TYPOLOGY OF ICT TOOLS FOREDUCATION?
    4. 4. Tools according to teaching methodsType of activities ToolsInstruction - Lecture - Audio/video-recordingsActivities where the teacher - Demonstration - Screencastingtransfers his/her expertise to - Webcollegesthe students, who are mainly - Videocommunicationlistening.Interaction - Brainstorm - MindmappingActivitities where the teacher - Discussion - Foruminteracts/communicates with - Debate - Weblogthe students or where students - Role play - Edugamescommunicate with each other. - Virtual worlds - VideocommunicationCollaboration - Making a project together, - Virtual classrooms (videoActivities intended to let researching together, or webconferencing)students reach certain learning testing together - Digital grouppagesobjectives together (learning - Social software: wiki, socialwith and from each other). bookmarking, social networking, etc. - ePortfolio
    5. 5. Typologybased on theuse of tools
    6. 6. Our framework today…Tools to support and facilitate:• Knowledge transfer / information• Interaction• Collaboration• Reflection• Feedback and assessmentCombination of tools: learning platforms
    7. 7. Knowledge transfer / information → The teacher as expert, the learner consumesONLINE• Digital information online – Help center• Weblectures – Complete lectures – “Power clips” – Demonstration (Skills Lab)• Educational video: AVLM session October 15th 2012• Screencasts: AVLM session October 17th 2012IN THE CLASSROOM• Use of smartboards or WACOM tablets (in Dutch)
    8. 8. Interaction → student – teacher student - studentONLINE• Chat• Email• Discussion forums• Web or video conference – AVLM session October 24th 2012• Social media Integrated on learning platform?IN THE CLASSROOM• Automatic response systems – AVLM Session November 19th 2012
    9. 9. Collaboration → Learning with and from each other while working towards a joint end product• Document sharing (google docs)• Cloud computing (dropbox)• Wiki • KU Leuven example: Japanese- Dutch Dictionary
    10. 10. Reflection • e-portfolio • Blogging – KU Leuven examples: • Computer Science • Architecture
    11. 11. Feedback / assessment• Automated feedback for questions – Edumatic / Jurimatic• Automated adaptive learning paths – Authoring tools• Online exams• Oral exams at-a-distance – Video conference / Web conference• e-portfolio, blogs,…
    12. 12. Learning platforms• KU Leuven: Toledo (Blackboard based)• Moodle• Ning
    13. 13. OUR FRAMEWORK AND THE AVLMPROGRAMME
    14. 14. Context Objectives EvaluationRadio / Videoproduction Support Learning ActivitiesWebsite Contentsdevelopment Teaching Methods Student Materials ResponseDigital SystemsLearning By whomMaterial Learning EnvironmentPresentationTechniques Student Characteristics
    15. 15. PROGRAM FOR TODAY
    16. 16. • Finalizing group exercise• Lunch break• Presentation outcome group exercises• Break• Individual exercise• Evaluation

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