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This presentation describe a methodology I used to convert f2f training to e-learning training

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    • TIME OFF Transfer of Innovation in Methodologies for European Officials: Follow up on a joint learning path Work Package 5 – Development of five ICT supported modules 1-5 March 2010, Bratislava, Slovakia Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • Our goal • Adapt and develop existent f2f modules to e- learning Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • Our agenda • What’s e-learning all about? • Lets take a look at a few e-learning samples • How to adapt a f2f module to e-learning • Useful guidelines to develop e-learning materials Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • The concept of e-learning “All of my fellow eLearning gurus will tell you that learning is the important part of eLearning, not the "e". Jay Cross, Internet Time Group Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • e-learning? Do you mean … ? Self study? Self study with access to a reactive tutor? Self study with a proactive tutor? Group learning at a distance with a tutor? Distance learning + f2f sessions? Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • And what about the e-trainee? • What is expected of him? • Take a look at the breakdown structure of the f2f units of your module and see which tasks are assigned to the trainer and which are assigned to the trainee. Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • e-learning samples • Mi vida loca • Choose a different ending • Cyber budget Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • METHODOLOGY - HOW TO DESIGN THE E-LEARNING MODEL Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • First step – learning units Which are your learning (thematic) units? • List the main topics of your module and group them in learning (thematic) units? Take a look at the training breakdown structure on the trainer’s manual Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • Second step - objectives What are the learning objectives for each unit? •List what the trainees should be able to do/know/be aware/etc. at the end of each unit (1 to 3). ACTIONS, not information. Take a look at the training breakdown structure on the trainer’s manual. Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • How are we going to reach these objectives? Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • IF YOU CAN DO IT IN A CLASSROOM, YOU CAN DO IT IN AN E-LEARNING COURSE William Horton Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • Learning activities Learning activities are necessary to provoke learning experiences. •Use 3 types of learning activities: – absorb – do – connect Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • 3 types of learning activities • Watch an animation/video Do • Current learning to: or a short presentation • Life • Read about • Answer questions • Work • Listen to a podcast • Practice a procedure • Prior knowledge • Play a game • Solve a case-study Absorb Connect Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • Absorb - read, listen, watch The learner absorbs Read about knowledge, is physically passive, but mentally active. Watch a Watch a video Absorb tutorial Listen to a podcast Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • Do- exercise, explore, discover Trainees do something with what Practice a procedure they are learning. They practice, explore and discover. Solve a Play a case-study Do game Answer questions Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • Connect - work, live Trainees connect what Research they are learning with their work, their lives, and their prior knowledge. Tell stories Connect Job aids Ponder Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • Examples of connect activities • The trainee discovers and use their own sources of information. Teach them to gather, analyze and report information. E.g.: guided research – trainees consult various sources of information on a topic and Research summarize their findings. • Tools that help the trainees apply learning to real-world tasks. E.g.: Job aids check-lists, reference summaries, glossaries, etc. • The trainee thinks deeply and broadly about what is learning; invites him to adopt a new perspective about the subject. E.g.: rethorical Ponder questions, brainstorming activities, summary activities. Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • Use combinations of activities to achieve learning objectives • Current learning to Connect life, work and prior knowledge Do • Answer, practice, play, solve Absorb • Watch, read, listen Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • Combine activities to achieve learning objectives Know how to trigger the EU mechanism alert in a case of Objective social crisis Activities Type Watch a video which presents an overview of the EU Alert Framework Absorb Read a presentation about the procedures and actors Absorb Answer a self-assessment questionnaire Do Play a simulation game based on a real situation Do Checklist with actors, procedure and steps of how to activate the mechanism Connect Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • Combine activities to achieve learning objectives Know how to trigger the EU mechanism alert in a case of Objective social crisis Activities Type Watch a video which presents an overview of the EU Alert Framework Absorb Answer a self-assessment questionnaire Do Read a presentation about the procedures and actors Absorb Play a simulation game based on a real situation Do Checklist with actors, procedure and steps of how to activate the mechanism Connect Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • Alternate “absorb” activities with “do” activities! Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • If not, by the time the trainee has the opportunity to practice what he had learned, he had already forgotten. Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • Third step - activities What trainees need to do to accomplish in order to reach these objectives? •Design the learning activities and define their sequence. Keep in mind the time allocated to the module. Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • Fourth step – learning path Does the sequence of the activities create a coherent learning path? •Review the sequence of the activities so it creates a consistent and logical learning path that allows the trainees to reach the learning objectives. Read and then practice or pratice and then read? Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • Fifth step – time How much time will each activity last? •Estimate the duration of each learning activity in minutes. The time allocated to the your module is 6 to 8 hours. Keep in mind the target public of your module. Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • Sixth step – review Does the overall breakdown structure makes sense? •Review the breakdown structure (in column and in row, back and foward) and see if the units, objectives, activities and time defined meet the overall objectives of the module. Put yourself in the trainees shoes Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • Reference materials Learning FAQs Glossary Links manual Runs along all the units of the module Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • POSSIBLE E-LEARNING SCENARIOS FOR YOUR MODULE Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • E-learning models Blended- Self-study Online tutor learning Learning materials (online, Self-study Self-study CD, LMS, etc.) Learning manual Face-to-face Online forum instruction Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • Online tutor • Learning materials and learning activities Self delivered online/CD/LMS study • Online forum; online group activity. E.g.: groups discusses a case and presents solution. The tutor gives FB and all the Online groups’ activities are shared. Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • Blended-learning • Learning materials and learning activities Self delivered online/CD/LMS study • Activity on a face-to-face session, with a trainer. E.g.: case-study analyzed on a F2F F2F session Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • Lets design activities to these scenarios! Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • Useful guidelines to subject- matter experts Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • When writing remember to • Use short sentences - large blocks of text tend to be avoided by readers • Don’t tell the obvious • Use the active voice - is more direct and requires less words - shorter sentences. • Place the most important information first – inverted pyramid Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • When writing remember to • Say “you” and “me”. Write as if you’re speaking directly to your trainee • One idea per paragraph • Use a conversational tone • Delete words and details that aren’t crucial to your meaning- Cutting excess words, highlights relevant content Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt
    • Selma Fernandes www.selmavedor.net selmafernandes@yahoo.com Leonardo da Vinci Programme Selma Fernandes | e-learning training team | http://elearning.ina.pt